News Headlines - 19 October 2013

BBC News - Nazi Erich Priebke to be buried 'in secret location'

Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke, who died under house arrest in Rome last week, is to be buried in a secret location, his lawyer has said. On Wednesday, his coffin was seized by the Italian authorities and taken to a military base near Rome after a funeral was halted amid angry protests.

Snowden Says He Took No Secret Files to Russia - NYTimes.com

Edward J. Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor, said in an extensive interview this month that he did not take any secret N.S.A. documents with him to Russia when he fled there in June, assuring that Russian intelligence officials could not get access to them.

Lebanese and Turkish hostages return home in Syria swap | DW.DE

Two Turkish pilots have landed in Istanbul after two months in captivity in Lebanon. As part of an apparent trade-off, nine Lebanese pilgrims captured by Syrian rebels near the Turkish border have also arrived home.

England manager Roy Hodgson’s hard work starts now and most importantly, he must get his squad right - Telegraph

The events of last week, in which the euphoria of World Cup qualification was overshadowed by the claim that an England player had taken offence on racial grounds over a joke that Hodgson made during a half-time team-talk, showed that here is a manager who has his own way of illustrating a point.

BBC Sport - Jose Mourinho: Chelsea manager sits with fans after sending off

Stunned Chelsea fans found themselves sitting next to manager Jose Mourinho after the Portuguese was sent off during his side's 4-1 victory over Cardiff.








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