News Headlines - 26 October 2015

Earthquake Shakes Afghanistan, Pakistan, India; At Least 49 Dead - NBC News

A magnitude-7.5 earthquake hit northeastern Afghanistan on Monday, killing at least 49 people there and in neighboring Pakistan.

Toshiba to sue former top brass over role in accounting scandal | The Japan Times

Toshiba Corp. plans to file a damages lawsuit against several former top executives over their role in the company’s accounting scandal, according to informed sources.

Polish conservatives score massive victory | GulfNews.com

Poland’s conservative Law and Justice party was on course Monday for a massive general election victory, ending eight years of centrist rule in a win that risks inflaming tensions with the EU and Russia.
The eurosceptic PiS led by Jaroslaw Kaczynski is heading for an outright majority, according to projections from partial results, ousting leftist parties from parliament for the first time since the fall of communism in 1989.

Halloween pumpkin shortage sees trick-or-treaters turn to turnip carving | The Independent

A pumpkin shortage in British supermarkets had led to English Heritage calling for the revival of the old tradition of pumpkin carving this Halloween.

Quentin Tarantino: Police Brutality Protest Joined by Director | Variety

Tarantino fired up the crowd with a speech, accompanied by images of those who have been killed by police, prominently Justin Smith, who was killed in 1999 while in police custody after spitting on officers.








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