News Headlines - 02 November 2015

First bodies delivered to Russia after Egypt plane crash | Reuters

The first bodies from a plane crash in Egypt in which all 224 passengers, most of them Russians, died over the weekend arrived in St Petersburg early on Monday morning aboard a Russian government plane.

Greek parliament approves TV bill to regulate 'vampire' media | Reuters

The Greek parliament on Saturday approved a bill to regulate the awarding of TV licences to broadcasters, as part of the leftist government's efforts to clean up a sector it says is mired in debts and corruption.

Knights and dames removed from Order of Australia by Malcolm Turnbull | The Guardian

Knights and dames are “not appropriate” in a modern Australian honours system and will be scrapped from the Order of Australia, the prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has announced.

Turkey's AK party wins back majority in snap election - Al Jazeera English

The Justice and Development Party (AK party) is set to lead Turkey alone once again after a five-month break, easily regaining its parliamentary majority in what Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu called a victory for democracy.
With nearly all of the votes counted, the ruling party was leading Sunday's general elections with 49.4 percent of the vote.

S Korea and Japan leaders meet for first time in years - Al Jazeera English

South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have held their first formal bilateral talks since both leaders took office, seeking to move beyond a bitter wartime history that has plagued ties between two of Washington's key Asian allies.








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