News Headlines - 02 October 2017

Monarch Airlines goes BUST: 110,000 passengers stranded abroad - ALL flights CANCELLED | Express.co.uk

Passengers booked on the first wave of flights had already arrived at five UK airports when they realised they were unable to check-in... The airline’s collapse has cost the jobs of 2,750 staff while 300,000 future bookings involving 750,000 customers have also been axed.

Madrid vows to 'do everyting' to stop Catalan independence declaration - The Local

Spain will do "everything within the law" to prevent Catalonia from declaring independence, Justice Minister Rafael Catala said Monday, a day after Catalonia's regional government declared victory in a banned secession referendum.

Trump: Las Vegas shooting 'was an act of pure evil'

President Donald Trump on Monday called the mass shooting in Las Vegas "an act of pure evil," and said he would visit Las Vegas on Wednesday to meet with victims' families and first responders.

2 women plead not guilty to killing Kim Jong Nam; prosecution says they practised act overseen by 4 others - The Straits Times

Lawyers for the two women accused of killing Mr Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korea's leader, are questioning if he was killed by the deadly VX nerve agent or by other means.

Edano plans to form new party as liberal force in election:The Asahi Shimbun

Yukio Edano, deputy president of the main opposition Democratic Party, on Oct. 2 announced plans to form a liberal-leaning party that could become a third major force in the Oct. 22 Lower House election.








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