News Headlines - 10 October 2017

Britain could join trans-Atlantic trade alliance bigger than the EU if there is no deal on Brexit

The Telegraph understands that the Government is examining the possibility of joining the North American Free Trade Agreement, known as Nafta, as part of its planning for a “no deal” scenario.

Google uncovers Russian-bought ads on YouTube, Gmail and other platforms - The Washington Post

Google for the first time has uncovered evidence that Russian operatives exploited the company’s platforms in an attempt to interfere in the 2016 election, according to people familiar with the company's investigation.

Kim Jong-nam had 1.4 times lethal dosage of nerve agent on his face, says chemist at murder trial | TODAYonline

The estranged half brother of North Korea’s leader had about 1.4 times the lethal dosage of VX nerve agent on his face after he was attacked at a Malaysian airport, a government chemist testified Tuesday (Oct 10).

82% of Saudi women intend to get driving license, says survey | ZAWYA MENA Edition

As a result, 82 percent of the women are contemplating on getting a license and this is likely to fuel their ambition. The move is expected to uplift the sentiments of females. The biggest emotions expressed by women were related to the feeling that society was progressing the right way (61 percent), a sense of empowerment (55 percent) and enhanced career opportunities (46 percent).

Turkey's President Erdogan appears to nod off in briefing | Daily Mail Online

Footage has emerged appearing to show Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan falling asleep during a live news conference. The 63-year-old could be seen yawning as his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko spoke to reporters in Kiev.








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