Japanese government releases devastating earthquake simulations for predicted disasters

Japans Cabinet Office Disaster Management team released two videos showing the predicted damage of two earthquakes that scientists say are expected anytime soon. The first earthquake hitting Tokyo would kill an estimated 23,000 people and destroy 610,000 homes, whilst the second would trigger an tsunami killing nearly 25,000 people. The report predicts that there is a 70% chance in the next 30 years that the region is hit by a magnitude 9 earthquake. Sep 29, 2016

Flight MH17 was shot down by Russia-made missle say prosecutors

International prosecutors say the Malaysian airliner that was shot down in eastern Ukraine on 17 July 2014 was hit by a Russian-made Buk Missile, launched from rebel-held territory. All 298 people on broad the flight were killed when the flight was shot down while heading to Kuala Lumpur from Amsterdam. Russia has firmly denied the claims, saying the findings are politically motivated and biased. Sep 28, 2016
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Jeremy Corbyn calls on Labour to accept the decision of the members

Jeremy Corbyn addressed the Labour Party conference in Liverpool on 29 September, calling for unity in a dived party. The Labour leader, having retained the title after being re-elected by the parties membership, told the conference that the party needed to rebuild the trust and support of voters in order to be elected into power. Sep 28, 2016