News Headlines - 14 November 2015

Hollande calls Paris massacre an ‘act of war’ | The Times

President Hollande declared three days of national mourning today and promised “merciless” retribution against the Islamic State terrorist group after multiple shooting and bombing assaults in Paris last night that left at least 128 dead and up to 20 critically wounded.

Belgian police arrest suspects in Brussels including 3 seen in Paris | Daily Mail Online

Belgian authorities have arrested several suspects following yesterday's Paris terror attacks after a car seen near one of the murder scenes was intercepted crossing the border.
Federal prosecutors in Brussels confirmed that a car with Belgian number plates had been seen close to the Bataclan theatre on Friday night, scene of the worst bloodshed.

Gatwick Airport north terminal evacuated after suspect package sparks security alert | London Evening Standard

Gatwick Airport's north terminal has been evacuated after a suspect package sparked a security alert.
The evacuation happened at around 10am and passengers were reportedly told to stay away from glass windows after the alarm was raised.

FTSE 100 hits six week low - BBC News

The UK market continued to slide, to a six week low, having dropped 1.9% in the previous session.
The FTSE 100 index closed down a further 60.40 points, or 0.98%, at 6,118.28.

Commodities hit record low as China fears grow | The Times

As oil and metal prices continued to plunge, the closely watched Bloomberg Commodity Index slumped to a historic low of 82.07. That is nearly one third of its the level at its peak of 238.07 in September 2008 and the lowest since the index was created 15 years ago.








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