News Headlines - 04 November 2015

UK says bomb might have downed Russian jet over Sinai - FT.com

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The leaders of China and Taiwan to meet, amid widespread skepticism - The Washington Post

Experts said Beijing appeared to be trying to send a message to Taiwanese voters: that a vote for the KMT would be in their best interests, because it would lead to better ties with Beijing.
But the meeting — with an unpopular, lame-duck president — could easily backfire, they said.

Serbia closes down state 72-year-old Tanjug news agency - US News

Serbia's government is closing down the state Tanjug news agency founded 72 years ago by the Communist authorities of the former Yugoslavia, and laying off its 200 employees.
The Ministry of Culture said Wednesday that two attempts to privatize the agency have attracted no bidders.

White House prepares for catastrophic solar flares that could end civilization | Daily Mail Online

The U.S. government are preparing for a catastrophic solar flare which could wipe out power across the world for months.
The last powerful geomagnetic solar storm which hit the earth was in 1859 which caused telegraph lines to explode, setting fire to some telegraph offices, and power to fail across Europe and North America.

Wales boss hits out at Arsene Wenger's 'lack of respect' (From Free Press Series)

WALES manager Chris Coleman has hit back at Arsene Wenger, accusing the Arsenal manager of a lack of respect and taking a ‘cheap shot’ over Aaron Ramsey’s injury.








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