News Headlines - 29 October 2016

South Korea: thousands of protesters call for president to resign | The Guardian

Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital on Saturday calling for increasingly unpopular president Park Geun-hye to step down over allegations that she let an old friend, the daughter of a religious cult leader, interfere in important state affairs. The evening protest came after Park ordered 10 of her senior secretaries to resign over a scandal that is likely to deepen the president’s lame duck status ahead of next year’s election.

Calais 'Jungle': France urges UK to take more children - BBC News

France's president has urged Britain to take its share of responsibility for migrant children who remain in Calais after the "Jungle" camp was cleared.

Theresa May said in 2007 MPs should have veto on EU negotiations - BBC News

In 2007 Theresa May said ministers should gain Parliamentary approval before talks with the European Union.
Mrs May is now resisting pressure to give Parliament a vote on her plans for Brexit prior to EU negotiations.

World on track to lose two-thirds of wild animals by 2020, major report warns | The Guardian

The analysis, the most comprehensive to date, indicates that animal populations plummeted by 58% between 1970 and 2012, with losses on track to reach 67% by 2020. Researchers from WWF and the Zoological Society of London compiled the report from scientific data and found that the destruction of wild habitats, hunting and pollution were to blame.

10 Things You Need to Know Before Seeing ‘Doctor Strange’ - The New York Times

Even though he’s about to get the full Hollywood C.G.I. treatment, Doctor Strange has never been a superstar of the Marvel Universe — more like an endearing benchwarmer with a knuckleball personality and a wacky Cloak of Levitation.









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