News Headlines - 01 October 2015

New Explosion Hits China's Liuzhou City Just a Day After 17 Blasts - NBC News

Another explosion hit the Chinese city of Liuzhou on Thursday morning, just a day after a series of 17 blasts killed 7 people and wounded 50 others, state-run media reported.

Oregon Shooting at Umpqua College Kills 10, Sheriff Says - The New York Times

A 26-year-old man opened fire on a community college campus here in a rampage that left 10 people dead and seven wounded and turned this rural stretch of southern Oregon into the latest American locale ravaged by a mass shooting.

President Obama Laments Mass Shootings Becoming 'Routine' After Oregon School Massacre - ABC News

A grim-faced an emotional President Obama spoke out Thursday after the massacre at an Oregon college -- lamenting that mass killings have become “routine” in the United States and blasting those who oppose tougher gun laws.

4chan thread under federal investigation after Oregon college shooting | The Verge

Federal authorities are looking into a suspicious thread on the anonymous message board 4chan that appears to include someone with similar intentions to today's unnamed shooter who killed at least 10 people in Oregon, according to The New York Times. The thread, archived here, shows an anonymous user on 4chan board /r9k/ advising others, "Don’t go to school tomorrow if you are in the northwest," late in the day on September 30th.

Russian Airstrikes Hit CIA-Trained Rebels, Commander Says | News | The Moscow Times

Two Russian airstrikes in Syria on Thursday hit a training camp operated by rebel group that received military training from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in Qatar and Saudi Arabia, its commander said.








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