News Headlines - 18 October 2015

French give Hollande lowest approval rating this year | Reuters

The share of respondents satisfied with Hollande fell to 20 percent from 23 percent in September, in the survey for the newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche.
It had stood at 29 percent in January, when Hollande was praised for his handling of Islamist militant attacks in Paris.

FBI Probing Dow Jones Hacking by Russians

U.S. authorities are reported to be investigating whether Russian hackers have infiltrated the Dow Jones financial news company to steal market-moving information prior to publication.

Amazon sues more than 1,000 people over 'fake reviews' - Telegraph

Amazon is taking legal action against more than 1,000 people it claims provide fake reviews on its website.
The online retail giant said in the lawsuit, filed in the US on Friday, that its brand reputation is being tarnished by "false, misleading and inauthentic" reviews.

Emails reveal Tony Blair's deal with George Bush over Iraq war was forged before invasion started  | Daily Mail Online

A bombshell White House memo has revealed for the first time details of the ‘deal in blood’ forged by Tony Blair and George Bush over the Iraq War.
The sensational leak shows that Blair had given an unqualified pledge to sign up to the conflict a year before the invasion started.
It flies in the face of the Prime Minister’s public claims at the time that he was seeking a diplomatic solution to the crisis.

Ancient human teeth discovered in China could rewrite the historic migration map of Homo sapiens | HeraldSun

HUMAN teeth discovered in southern China provide evidence that our species left the African continent up to 70,000 years earlier than prevailing theories suggest, new published research finds.
Homo sapiens reached present-day China 80,000-120,000 years ago, according to the study, which could redraw the migration map for modern humans.








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