News Headlines - 07 October 2015

Russia targets Syrian rebels with cruise missiles - FT.com

Russia on Wednesday dramatically escalated its military campaign against Syrian rebel groups, launching 26 cruise missiles from ships in the Caspian Sea to support a land offensive by the regime of Bashar al-Assad and allied militias.

Former UK bishop jailed for sexual abuse of young men | Reuters

A retired British Anglican bishop was jailed on Wednesday for exploiting his position to abuse young men, some of them aspiring priests, for sexual gratification over a 15-year period.

Christian group predicts the world will be 'annihilated' on Wednesday | The Guardian

Over a week after blood moon doomsday forecasts were proven wrong, eBible Fellowship leader Chris McCann says ‘the world will pass away’ on 7 October

Myanmar election: Suu Kyi vows to lead government - BBC News

Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has vowed to lead the country if her National League for Democracy comes to power in the upcoming election.

Migrant crisis: New EU operation targets people-smugglers

According to the EU’s foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, a combined EU naval mission known as EU Navfor Med will now be able “to board, search and seize vessels in international waters, [after which] suspected smugglers and traffickers will be transferred to the Italian judicial authorities”.








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