News Headlines - 28 October 2013

BBC News - China Tiananmen Square car blaze kills five people

Chinese state media have said at least five people died and 38 others were injured after a vehicle crashed in Tiananmen Square in Beijing. Three of those killed were inside the car and the other two were bystanders.

Spain summons US ambassador over claim NSA tracked 60m calls a month | theguardian.com

The Spanish prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, has summoned the US ambassador to explain the latest revelations to emerge from the files leaked by Edward Snowden, which suggest the National Security Agency tracked more than 60m phone calls in Spain in the space of a month.

Phone Hacking Trial: Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson trial begins - Telegraph

More than two years after the phone-hacking scandal led to the closure of the News of the World, two of its former editors are due to go on trial in one of the most high profile criminal cases in years. Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson are among eight people who will face a range of charges, when the five month long trial gets underway at the Old Bailey today.

Panel says no cover-up in Japan's Mizuho mob loans scandal | Reuters

Mizuho Financial Group looks likely to escape serious penalty in a loans-to-mobsters scandal after an outside panel said on Monday that Japan's second-biggest bank by assets did not intentionally cover up the shady lending.

How has Jose Mourinho managed to lift Fernando Torres out of his Chelsea funk? - Mirror Online

Martin Lipton sees a reborn Torres playing the best football of his Chelsea career and wonders how the Special One has pulled it off








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