News Headlines - 03 October 2015

994 mass shootings in 1,004 days: this is what America's gun crisis looks like | The Guardian

The Oregon school shooting is evidence that the US response to gun violence ‘has become routine’, Barack Obama says. The data compiled by the crowd-sourced site Mass Shooting Tracker reveals an even more shocking human toll: there is a mass shooting – defined as four or more people shot in one incident – nearly every day

Jeb Bush criticized for saying ‘stuff happens’ while discussing school shootings - The Washington Post

President Obama and Democrats quickly condemned comments made Friday by Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, who said that there isn't always a useful government solution to mass shootings and other crises because "stuff happens."

'Labour Party giant' Denis Healey dies at 98 - BBC News

Former chancellor Denis Healey has died at the age of 98, his family has said.
Lord Healey was Labour's defence secretary from 1964 to 1970 and chancellor of the exchequer from 1974 to 1979 before becoming deputy party leader in opposition in 1980.

Coca-Cola Calls for FIFA's Sepp Blatter to Step Down Immediately - Bloomberg Business

Top sponsors of FIFA called for Joseph “Sepp” Blatter to step down immediately as president of soccer’s governing body following a sweeping scandal involving allegations of bribes and kickbacks dating back decades.

BBC Sport - Premier League clubs' fans unite for ticket protest this weekend

Fans from all 20 Premier League clubs and 10 Championship teams will join forces this weekend to protest about the cost of ticket prices.








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