News Headlines - 08 October 2015

Nato ready to 'defend' Turkey as Russia strikes Syria | The Guardian

Nato is ready to send troops to Turkey to defend against threats on its southern flank, the head of the alliance has said following violations of Turkish airspace by Russian jets conducting airstrikes in Syria.

Wartime sex slaves at the heart of UN battle between Japan and China | The Guardian

A Chinese campaign to have documents related to Japan’s use of wartime sex slaves and its bloody invasion of Nanjing recognised by Unesco has sparked a new round of diplomatic tension between Beijing and Tokyo.

Facebook to add happiness, love and anger buttons as alternatives to ‘like’ - Telegraph

The social network will offer its users other options to express love, laughter, happiness, shock, sadness and anger by launching a trial of the service in the coming days.

Svetlana Alexievich wins 2015 Nobel prize in literature | The Guardian

Belarusian journalist Svetlana Alexievich has been awarded the 2015 Nobel prize in literature... She becomes the 14th woman to win the prize since it was first awarded in 1901. The last woman to win, Canada’s Alice Munro, was handed the award in 2013.

Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini suspended by FIFA for 90 days over £1.35m payment from president to UEFA chief  | Daily Mail Online

Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini have both been provisionally banned for 90 days from any football-related activity in a ruling that throws world football into total meltdown... The ban will effectively end outgoing FIFA president Blatter's ambitions to stay on until February, while UEFA president Platini's hopes of succeeding him lie in tatters.








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