News Headlines - 20 October 2017

Spanish government aims for January regional elections in Catalonia - PSOE | Euronews

The Spanish government has agreed with the country’s opposition Socialists (PSOE) to hold regional elections in Catalonia in January.

EU anti-trust investigators raid BMW headquarters in Munich - The Local

EU anti-trust regulators have raided the offices of automaker BMW in Munich, the company said, in a fresh blow to the German car industry already hit by the Dieselgate scandal.

Northern Ireland boss admits drink-driving in Edinburgh - BBC News

Northern Ireland football manager Michael O'Neill has pleaded guilty at Edinburgh Sheriff Court to drink-driving.
The court heard he was caught by police in the early hours of 10 September at three times the Scottish drink-drive limit.

Thailand’s royal cremation: Last farewell to King Bhumibol Adulyadej - The Straits Times

After Thailand’s revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej died on Oct 13, 2016, his body was moved to the Grand Palace in Bangkok. Over 12 million people have travelled there to pay their respects since.
The final rites will take place from Oct 25 to Oct 29, with the actual cremation taking place on Oct 26.

Chris Coleman begins informal talks with FAW chiefs over his Wales future - Wales Online

Coleman, who has this week been linked with the vacant Leicester City job , sees his current contract expire after next month’s international camp following the disappointment of missing out on a place in Russia.
The existing deal, signed just before Euro 2016, would have automatically extended to this summer’s finals had they managed to overcome the Republic of Ireland and a play-off.








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