2015.10.17

News Headlines - 17 October 2015

Migrant crisis: Slovenia braces as Hungary closes border - BBC News

Migrants have begun arriving in Slovenia by bus from Croatia, after Hungary shut its border with Croatia to try to stem the numbers arriving en route to Western Europe.

Jeremy Corbyn risks deepening Labour party splits with new role at Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament | The Independent

Jeremy Corbyn has reaffirmed his determination for the Labour party to adopt his long-standing commitment to scrapping Trident by becoming vice-president of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND).
The move risks splitting his shadow cabinet, many of whom support renewing Britain’s nuclear deterrent.

Mexican drug lord 'El Chapo' Guzmán injured after narrowly evading capture | The Guardian

The world’s most-wanted drug boss, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, narrowly evaded security forces searching for him in the north-west of Mexico in recent days, sustaining injuries to his face and leg, the Mexican government said on Friday.

German hunter pays €50k to shoot 'magnificent' bull elephant - bringing back memories of Cecil - Independent.ie

The animal, one of the largest elephants ever seen in Zimbabwe, was killed on October 8 in an area set aside for private hunting, which borders the Gonarezhou National Park.
A German hunter reportedly paid about €50,000 for a permit to shoot a large bull elephant and was led by an experienced local guide.

Europe, Russia Plan To Send Lander To Unexplored Region Of The Moon : Tech Times

The European Space Agency, in a space mission led by Russia's Roscosmos, plans to launch a series of lunar explorations in five years, which will become the cosmonauts' preparation and investigation for possible human settlement on the surface of the moon.


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