News Headlines - 25 October 2015

Several injured in violent brawl outside Turkish embassy in Japan — RT News

Clashes have occurred outside the Turkish embassy in Japan. Security was stepped up after a few injured Kurds were taken to hospital.
The brawls began as the Turkish citizens were waiting at their country’s embassy in Tokyo to cast advance votes for Turkish elections which are to be held on November 1.

Tony Blair concedes link between Islamic State and Iraq War - BBC News

Tony Blair has apologised for mistakes made over the Iraq War - and said there were "elements of truth" to claims the war caused the rise of Islamic State.

Migrant crisis: Balkan states threaten border closures - BBC News

Balkan countries at the front line of the migrant crisis say they could close their borders to avoid becoming buffer zones for new arrivals.

UK nuclear deterrent to cost 167 bln pounds, far more than expected | Daily Mail Online

The overall cost of replacing and maintaining Britain's nuclear deterrent will reach 167 billion pounds ($256 billion), much more than expected, according to a lawmaker's and Reuters' calculations based on official figures.

Benedict Cumberbatch calls police after stalker leaves red ribbons at his home - Telegraph

Benedict Cumberbatch has contacted police after a stalker left red ribbons attached to his house and car.
The woman, thought to be an obsessed fan, visited Cumberbatch's north London home several times.








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