News Headlines - 22 October 2015

Three dead, two hurt in Swedish school attack - The Local

The attack took place on Thursday morning at the school, around 75km from Gothenburg, after a man wearing a mask walked into a building on the premises wielding "several knife-like objects", police said.

18-month jail term sought for Japanese journalist charged with defaming S. Korean president – The Korea Times

Prosecutors sought an 18-month jail term on Monday for a Japanese journalist charged with defaming President Park Geun-hye in print.

China to Take Custody of Chinese Couple in Philippines Deaths

The Philippine government says it is turning two Chinese diplomats over to China after they invoked immunity when local police arrested them in connection with shootings at a central Philippines restaurant Wednesday that left two diplomats dead.

Facebook Expands Search To All 2 Trillion Posts, Surfacing Public Real-Time News | TechCrunch

Facebook is ready to challenge Google and Twitter for control of real-time news search and the news itself. Starting today with a rollout to US English language users, Facebook Search will return anything you’re allowed to see from its 2 trillion posts. That includes public posts by all people and Pages, not just your friends and Pages you Like as before.

Drought causes 450-year-old Mexican church to emerge from reservoir | The Guardian

The ruins of a 16th century church have emerged from the waters of a reservoir in Mexico.
The water level in the Nezahualcóyotl reservoir in Chiapas state has dropped by 25m (82ft) because of a drought in the area. The church, known as the Temple of Santiago or the Temple of Quechula, has been under nearly 100ft of water since 1966.








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