News Headlines - 10 October 2015

At least 95 killed in twin blast in Turkey's Ankara ahead of peace rally

At least 95 people died in two explosions that shook a road junction in the center of the Turkish capital of Ankara on Oct. 10, the largest single terror attack in the country's history, ahead of a "peace" meeting, the Prime Ministry's Coordination Center has said.

Bomb found at police recruitment event in Northern Ireland | Reuters

A homemade bomb was made safe by army bomb disposal officers at a hotel in Northern Ireland that had been due to host a police recruitment event, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said on Saturday.

UK lawmakers to weigh up economic case for EU exit | Reuters

British lawmakers will start an inquiry into the costs and benefits of staying in the European Union next week as campaigning gets underway for a referendum on the country's EU membership.

Japan-backed fund considering investing in Sharp: source | Reuters

A Japanese government-backed fund is considering a range of options to help turn around Sharp Corp including a direct investment, a person familiar with the matter said.

Geoffrey Howe, Margaret Thatcher’s nemesis, dies aged 88 | The Guardian

Geoffrey Howe was heralded as one of the greats of the Conservative party and a “quiet hero” of the Thatcher years, after the former chancellor’s death of a suspected heart attack was announced by his family.








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