News Bulletin: 16/10/2015
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This week has had some troublesome news, with bombs going off in Turkey and killing at least 97 people. Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin continues playing geopolitical games in the Middle East, with Labour suggesting the U.K. could use British military personnel in Syria without UN authorization.
The report of the official investigation into the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 crash was finally released this week, stating that the plane was brought down by a Russian-made Buk missile.
The U.K. experiences the lowest jobless rate since 2008, while Euro 2016 finishes its qualifying round.
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UNITED KINGDOM NEWS
- Labour could support using British military personnel in Syria without UN authorization.
- Police no longer guards Julian Assange’s embassy refuge.
- Boris Johnson knocks over a ten-year-old Japanese schoolboy during rugby.
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- Saturday’s deadly explosions in Turkey killed at least 97 people.
- MH17 Flight was brought down by a Russian-made Buk missile – official report.
- Putin says he is protecting the world in Syria.
- UK unemployment rate falls to a seven-year low, the lowest jobless rate since 2008.
- Apparently, China now has more billionaires than the U.S. – 596 vs 537 billionaires.
- The scandalous Volkswagen recalls 2.4 million cars in Germany.
- Euro 2016: who has qualified for the tournament in France?
- Euro 2016: why did the Netherlands, so good in 2014, fail in 2015?
- Djokovic once again proves that he’s better than Nadal at China Open 2015.
- Emilia Clarke, mother of dragons, is Esquire’s 'Sexiest Woman Alive'.
- The Weeknd, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran dominate AMA nominations.
- Hayden Panettiere, who gave birth in December, enters treatment for postpartum depression.
- The car from ‘I, Robot’ is coming – in Elon Musk’s dreams.
- The Chinese Pepsi phone is not a joke, but you can’t take a selfie with it.
- Skype for Business app is now available on iOS.
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