News Headlines - 11 October 2015

Thai protesters riot after deaths of men in police chase | The Guardian

An angry crowd hurled homemade fire bombs and torched vehicles at a police station on Thailand’s resort island of Phuket to protest against the deaths of two young men who died in a motorcycle crash while being chased by police.

Japanese woman 'held in China for spying' - BBC News

A Japanese woman is being detained by the Chinese authorities on suspicion of spying, Japanese media has reported.
The unnamed woman from Tokyo, said to be in her 50s, worked at a language school in the Japanese capital. She was detained while in Shanghai in June.

Kakao Bends: Will Users Seek Asylum to Protect Privacy? | Be Korea-savvy

Kakao, who earlier refused an interception warrant from an investigative agency, changed its stance after a year, and has decided to cooperate. Although concerns over the occurrence of cyber asylum are stirring, officials are predicting that there won’t be a huge drop in the number of users.

Geoffrey Howe’s resignation: the speech that began Thatcher's downfall – video | The Guardian

Geoffrey Howe delivers his resignation speech in the House of Commons in 1990. Lord Howe’s resignation is often credited with ending Margaret Thatcher’s political career. His speech criticised Thatcher for undermining policies on economic and monetary union in Europe.

The glass pyramid that reveals Kazakhstan's ambitions - BBC News

Oil money is rolling into Kazakhstan, and new architectural landmarks in the capital city, Astana, reveal the country's economic aspirations. Jonathan Fryer recently visited the central Asian country and witnessed how President Nursultan Nazarbayev's ambitions are omnipresent there.








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