News Headlines - 10 November 2015

Athletics doping: Russia 'committed to anti-doping fight' - BBC News

Russia's sports ministry has said it is open to co-operating more closely with the World Anti-Doping Agency after it was implicated in a damning report... The report said widespread doping was "state-sponsored" and even secret services had been complicit.

Catalonia MPs vote for secession as Spain looks to block plans in court | The Guardian

The Catalan parliament has voted to formally begin the process of breaking away from Spain, deepening its standoff with the central government in Madrid as the region begins one of the most decisive weeks to date in its push for independence.

Myanmar election: Aung San Suu Kyi's party on track for majority | The Guardian

By noon on Tuesday, of the 88 declared seats in the lower house, the NLD had taken 78 with the USDP winning just five.
There are 440 seats in the lower house but, under the constitution drawn up by the former junta, a quarter of these are unelected and reserved for the military.

Bloody Sunday: Ex-soldier arrested over Londonderry shootings - BBC News

The 66-year-old is a former member of the Parachute Regiment. He was detained in County Antrim on Tuesday by the PSNI's Legacy Investigation Branch.
He is the first person to be arrested as part of the investigation.

Japan demands UN envoy retract remarks that 13% of schoolgirls involved in paid dates - The Straits Times

The Japanese government is demanding a United Nations envoy retract remarks that 13 per cent of schoolgirls in Japan are involved in forms of paid dating that can involve sex.








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