News Headlines - 23 October 2015

Nearly 450 killed in Russian strikes on Syria - Yahoo News

Russian air strikes in Syria have killed at least 446 people, more than a third of them civilians, since they began end-September, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Friday.

Nigeria bombs leave at least 42 dead in Maiduguri and Yola - BBC News

Two bomb attacks in north-eastern Nigeria have left at least 42 people dead and more than 100 injured, officials say.

Nike hands Back to the Future style power-lace shoes to Michael J Fox | The Guardian

Back to the Future Day may not have yielded flying cars, hoverboards or drone dog walkers, but shoemaker Nike has delivered Michael J Fox his very own pair of genuine power-lacing trainers to commemorate Wednesday’s global celebration.

‘Star Wars’ Trailer Fan Reactions Prompt Thanks from Disney, Lucasfilm | Variety

An announcement Friday deemed the “Star Wars” creators at Lucasfilm “totally overwhelmed by the enthusiasm we’ve seen from fans this week and throughout the lead-up to this film.” That included a monstrous 112 million views of the new trailer online in just the first 24 hours, building on top of the nearly 16 million viewers who had access to the preview via the football broadcast on ESPN, another part of the Disney family.

Kurobuta chef to remove 'sleazy' signs saying 'prostitutes available' after feminist protests | London Evening Standard

A London restaurant run by a former Nobu head chef has been forced to turn off neon signs saying “prostitutes available” and “sluts” in Japanese after angering women’s rights campaigners.








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