News Headlines - 13 October 2017

Palestinian rivals Fatah, Hamas sign reconciliation accord

Rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah signed a reconciliation deal on Thursday after Hamas agreed to hand over administrative control of Gaza, including the key Rafah border crossing, a decade after seizing the enclave in a civil war.

Hundreds to be freed from Raqqa in Isis ‘surrender deal’ | The Times & The Sunday Times

Forces backed by the West are negotiating an Isis surrender in the battle for Raqqa and safe passage for civilians, according to activists in eastern Syria.
The US-led coalition confirmed yesterday that its allies were attempting to arrange for thousands of residents still trapped in the jihadists’ former capital to leave.

UK lawmakers join protest tea party to support medicinal marijuana

Several British lawmakers lent their support to a cannabis tea party on the lawns outside parliament on Tuesday, protesting against legislation that criminalizes use of the drug for medical purposes.

Princess Mary divides opinions with kimono-style outfit in Japan | Starts at 60

This time, Mary has gone for something darker than her usual style with a kimono-like ensemble that might have been perfect for the occasion: an official celebration of 150 years of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Tokyo.

Hong Kong Soccer Fans Defy Warnings And Boo Chinese National Anthem

Hong Kong's supporters defied warnings and booed the Chinese National Anthem at the start of Hong Kong's Asian Cup Qualifier against Malaysia.
Before the match, the city’s chief secretary warned that Hong Kong’s soccer team may have to play future matches behind closed doors if supporters continue to boo the Chinese national anthem.








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