A man on Ryanair yelled racist insults at a black woman. She was the one who had to change seats.
Washington Post, 21 October at 22:12
David Lawrence had just settled into seat 22F on a Ryanair flight on Thursday when he heard a commotion brewing on the other side of the plane. A few rows behind him, a ruddy-faced man with gray hair and dark-rimmed glasses was yelling at a black ...
Jordan plans to revoke parts of its peace treaty with Israel
Washington Post, 21 October at 21:13
JERUSALEM — Jordan's King Abdullah II announced Sunday that he does not plan to renew parts of the country's 24-year-old peace agreement with Israel, amid public pressure to rebuke the Israeli government following the U.S. Embassy's move to ...
Strictly Come Dancing 2018, week 5 results: will "snog-gate" couple Seann Walsh and Katya Jones survive another ...
Telegraph.co.uk, 21 October at 21:02
Strictly's week 5 results shows airs at 7.45pm on BBC One; Bottom two couples will face the dreaded dance-off for survival; READER EVENT | An Evening with Darcey Bussell and Carlos Acosta Join The Telegraph for a special evening with two of the
At least 18 killed, 168 injured after express train derails in Taiwan
Washington Post, 21 October at 20:52
At least 18 people are dead and 168 others injured after an express train in Taiwan derailed Sunday, flipping and toppling carrier cars onto their sides, the Associated Press reported. The train wreck is the island's worst in decades. The Puyuma
Red Funnel ferry runs aground on Isle of Wight
The Times, 21 October at 20:05
A car ferry hit at least two yachts and ran aground off the Isle of Wight after losing course in thick fog. The Red Funnel-operated vessel was grounded shortly after 8am today while attempting to berth at the entrance of Cowes Harbour in the third
Isle of Wight ferry hits yachts, runs aground
The Times, 21 October at 20:05
A ferry has collided with at least two yachts while trying to berth at the entrance of Cowes Harbour on the Isle of Wight during heavy fog this morning. A HM Coastguard said they received reports of the incident just after 8am and received a 999 call
Jamal Khashoggi: Saudis blame 'rogues' as pressure on crown prince grows
The Guardian, 21 October at 20:04
A senior Republican senator on Sunday said he believed the Saudi crown prince was responsible for the killing of Jamal Khashoggi and that the US had intelligence suggesting “very high-level” involvement.
Rangers' Steven Gerrard relief at first away league win against Hamilton
BBC Sport, 21 October at 19:32
Steven Gerrard wondered whether his team changes were going to backfire before his Rangers side ran out 4-1 winners over Hamilton Academical. Jordan Rossiter was given a first start of the season, while Nikola Katic and Andy Halliday came into the side.
Lewis Hamilton goes for F1 title glory in US GP – live!
The Guardian, 21 October at 19:30
Really, Lewis Hamilton is one of us. “I don't look in my mirrors a crazy amount,” he says, “but of course at the start you would. I don't like driving. Anything but the Formula One car, I don't like driving. Of successfully whizzing round Austin the
Trump promise to leave nuclear deal could be bargaining move, Corker says
The Guardian, 21 October at 19:21
Amid rising alarm over Donald Trump's announced withdrawal from a key nuclear weapons treaty with Russia, the Republican chair of the Senate foreign relations committee said he hoped it was “just a move” to achieve a new deal, in the way the president ...
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