News Headlines - 27 October 2015

China condemns U.S. warship's route in South China Sea

Beijing reacted angrily Tuesday to a decision by the U.S. Navy to sail a guided-missile destroyer within 12 miles of artificial islands under construction by China in the South China Sea.

Government heads for second House of Lords defeat after tax credits - Telegraph

A motion blocking the speeding up of electoral changes is expected to be killed off by peers later today, just hours after they rejected George Osborne's tax credit reforms.

TalkTalk hack: 15-year-old boy arrested in Northern Ireland over cyber attack | The Independent

News of the suspect’s age stunned security experts who had assumed that a group of Isis terrorists or a country such as Russia had been behind the massive breach. IT insiders said it would be a “gamechanger” if proven that a teenager operating from his bedroom could bring a global company to its knees.

Australians should limit but not stop eating red meat, say experts | The Guardian

Australians do not need to stop eating red meat but should limit their intake, say experts responding to international research showing it can increase the risks for certain types of cancer.
A World Health Organisation review has found processed meats such as sausages and ham – eaten in sufficient quantities – carry an increased risk of bowel cancer, and red meat “probably” does too.

Japan urged to ban manga child abuse images | The Guardian

Japan must ban sexually abusive images of children in manga comics, despite claims that such a move would threaten freedom of expression, the UN’s special envoy on child protection has said.
Maud de Boer-Buquicchio praised Japan for passing a law last year that banned the possession of abusive images of children, but said it contained loopholes that allowed exploitation to continue.








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