News Headlines - 07 November 2015

Presidents of China and Taiwan Shake Hands in First Ever Meeting - The New York Times

President Xi Jinping of China met with Ma Ying-jeou, the president of Taiwan, on Saturday in the first ever encounter between the leaders of the neighbors and longtime rivals, an act both sides described as a breakthrough gesture meant to promote peace and mutual prosperity.

Trilateral summit a promising step - The Straits Times

Sunday's summit between China, South Korea and Japan comes three years after talks stalled. The editorials below from papers in the Asia News Network offer a range of perspectives on their significance.

Russian plane crash: French 'rule out technical failure' - BBC News

The Russian plane crash in Egypt last week was not due to technical failures, French aviation officials familiar with the investigation have told the BBC.

Israel arrests Palestinian teenager over Facebook posts - Al Jazeera English

Israeli police have arrested a Palestinian teenager for Facebook posts as unrest continues in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories.

Anonymous posts Ku Klux Klan alleged sympathisers list - BBC News

The hackers' collective Anonymous has shared details of hundreds of alleged sympathisers of the white supremacist Ku Klux Klan (KKK) on the internet.
Anonymous said the data was "a form of resistance" against racial violence.








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