News Headlines - 15 October 2017

Hustler publisher offers $10 million for dirt on Trump | AFP.com

Hustler Magazine publisher Larry Flynt offered $10 million Sunday for dirt to help remove from office US President Donald Trump, in a full page ad in the Washington Post.

Qualcomm Seeks China iPhone Ban, Expanding Apple Legal Fight - Bloomberg

Qualcomm Inc. filed lawsuits in China seeking to ban the sale and manufacture of iPhones in the country, the chipmaker’s biggest shot at Apple Inc. so far in a sprawling and bitter legal fight.

Hitachi unveils first UK built commuter trains at Newton Aycliffe factory | The Northern Echo

TRAIN builder Hitachi has unveiled the first UK built commuter trains to be completed at its Newton Aycliffe factory... A fleet of 70 Class 385 trains will, say Hitachi, transform journeys for the ScotRail commuter routes, including Edinburgh to Glasgow.

Bangkok Hit With the Heaviest Rainfall in More than 30 Years | Chiang Rai Times

Residents in Bangkok city woke up to knee-deep water and severe flooding after the capital was hit with the heaviest rainfall in more than 30 years.
At least 55 major roads were flooded but most had dried up by the late afternoon, Bangkok Post reported.

Viking Funeral Clothes Reveal Surprising Arabic Lettering

In a surprising find by Swedish researchers, Arabic characters were found woven into the burial costumes found from Viking boat graves, as well as the chamber grave clothing of central Viking Age sites, such as Birka. The garments were kept in storage for more than a century—dismissed as being typical Viking Age funeral clothing—until a new investigation yielded much more intriguing results.








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