2015.10.19

News Headlines - 19 October 2015

Abe becomes first Japan PM to board US carrier - Stripes

Shinzo Abe became the first Japanese prime minister to board a United States nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, when he flew aboard the USS Ronald Reagan at sea, Navy officials said Sunday.

Al Qaeda financier in Syria killed in US coalition air strike: Pentagon - DAWN.COM

The Pentagon on Sunday confirmed that a United States (US)-led coalition air strike has killed Sanafi al-Nasr, a Saudi citizen and the leading financier for Al Qaeda and its Khorasan Group offshoot.

Four held in Turkey over Ankara attack, AsiaOne World News

A criminal court in Turkey ordered the detention of four people suspected of involvement in the double suicide bombing in Ankara that killed over 100 people, the Anatolia news agency said Monday.
The suspects, remanded in custody after going before a judge on Sunday night, were charged with the "fabrication of explosive devices with the intention to kill" and "an attempt to disrupt constitutional order", the official news agency said without providing any further details.

Friends call for investigation after British journalist dies in Istanbul - BT

Friends and colleagues of a British journalist and international development worker who died in Istanbul have described her reported suicide as "impossible to understand".

War For The Planet Of The Apes Reveals First Image From The Set, See It Now - CINEMABLEND

Reeves posted this image on his personal Twitter account, and it's really a perfect way to kick off production. It's hard to identify either of the figures in the picture due to the shot's silhouette style, but our fingers are crossed that at least one of the those motion capture suit-wearing actors is Andy Serkis, who has been confirmed to return in his role as the apes leader Caeser in the new film.


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