Video shows bombing of funeral hall in Yemen

Video shows bombing of funeral hall in Yemen

A video has emerged showing the bombing of a Yemeni funeral hall, led by Saudi Arabian jets. According to local health officials, more than 140 people were killed in the attack. They were attending a wake for the father of the administration’s interior minister, Jalal al-Roweishan. The Ministry of Health said that more than 450 people were killed. Unconfirmed eyewitness reports state that senior Houthi officials, including the mayor of Sanaa, were present in the funeral hall during the air strikes Oct 9, 2016
Jeremy Corbyn speaks at Battle Cable Street commemoration

Jeremy Corbyn speaks at Battle Cable Street commemoration

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn spoke at event marking the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Cable Street. The 1936 battle saw 20,000 anti-fascist demonstrators clashs with Oswald Mosleys British Union of Fascists and officers from the Metropolitan Police Service who were protecting them. Around 2,000 people, including members from the Jewish and Irish communities, were present at todays event. Oct 9, 2016
Ukip MEP Mike Hookem describes scuffle with Steven Woolfe as handbags at dawn, girl on girl

Ukip MEP Mike Hookem describes scuffle with Steven Woolfe as handbags at dawn, girl on girl

In an interview with Sky News,Ukip MEP Mike Hookem described the circumstances that resulted in Steven Woolfe being hospitalised. Mr Hookem gave his account which involved Steven Woolfe inviting him to take this outside, mano il mano [sic], and then described the altercation as tussle between an elderly grandfather and a 40-year-old MEP. Steven Woolfe reportedly hit his head that resulted in two seizures and a CPR team being called the EU Parliament building in Strasbourg. Oct 7, 2016
Battle for Orlando: Whos voting for Hillary Clinton in the key US election swing state of Florida?

Battle for Orlando: Whos voting for Hillary Clinton in the key US election swing state of Florida?

Best known for its world famous theme parks, this year the city of Orlando has become one of the most important political cities in the US. Located in the heart of the key swing state of Florida, the city and surrounding area have become vital battlegrounds for both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The Clinton campaign can boast of support from the large and influential Latino and Hispanic community, as well as from LGBTQ groups and other minorities. However, Donald Trump is clearly very popular across Florida, defeating native politicians Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush on his way to winning 66 out of 67 counties in the Republican primaries. With both Clinton and Trump battling for every last vote in Orlando, IBTimes UK visited the city to speak with the people, groups and organisations that could help decide the result of this fiercely contested election. Oct 8, 2016