News Headlines - 18 October 2017

Dow Closes Above 23000 for First Time - WSJ

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 23000 for the first time, driven by soaring shares of International Business Machines.

French parliament adopts controversial anti-terror bill - France 24

The French parliament on Wednesday adopted a tough new anti-terrorism bill that gives authorities vastly expanded powers to search homes, restrict movement and close places of worship.

Attempted murder trial jury shown how to sabotage a parachute | The Guardian

The court hearing the trial of a soldier accused of trying to kill his wife with a sabotaged parachute has been shown a video demonstrating how it could be done in a toilet cubicle in just over five minutes.

Russian Mayor Tells Citizens Not to Beat Up Foreigners During World Cup

As Russia gears up to host the World Cup next year, the mayor of Kaliningrad is calling on citizens to be friendly toward foreign fans who will be in town for the world’s most important sporting event.

Brazil's former Olympic chief charged in 2016 Games bribes investigation

Brazilian prosecutors charged the former head of the national Olympics committee (COB), Carlos Nuzman, and five other people on Wednesday with corruption based on an investigation of alleged bribery to have Rio de Janeiro host the 2016 Games.








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