News Headlines - 31 October 2017

Sex pest dossier names six Cabinet ministers and senior allies of PM - throwing parliament into panic

PARLIAMENT was in a panic last night after it was revealed a dossier of alleged Tory sex pests names six Cabinet ministers and other senior allies of the Prime Minister.
The bombshell document, drawn up by anonymous female and male staff who work for and with Conservative MPs, details claims about 36 Tories in total — 21 of them serving or former ministers.

New York terror attack: Truck crash in lower Manhattan leaves many dead, injured; suspect in custody - CBS News

Police and witnesses say a man deliberately drove a rented truck onto a busy bicycle path near the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan, killing eight people and injuring at least 12 others, then emerged from the vehicle screaming and brandishing imitation firearms before being shot by police. The suspect was wounded and taken into custody.

Japan Police Find 9 Dismembered Bodies in Tokyo Apartment

Japanese police found nine dismembered bodies hidden in coolers in an apartment southwest of Tokyo, an apparent serial killing case that is transfixing and horrifying the nation.

Apple Is Designing iPhones, iPads Without Qualcomm Parts, Source Says - Bloomberg

Apple Inc. is designing iPhones and iPads for 2018 that don’t use components from Qualcomm Inc. amid an escalating dispute between the companies, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Germany marks 500th anniversary of Protestant Reformation in Wittenberg | DW

Germany celebrated the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation on Tuesday with a national holiday and ceremonies in the eastern city of Wittenberg, where Martin Luther began a split in the Catholic Church that transformed Christianity and Europe.








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