INTERNATIONAL NEWS HEADLINES THURSDAY 18TH OCTOBER 2012

Negotiators from the Colombian government and left-wing Farc rebels set the stage for their first direct talks for a decade, addressing reporters in Norway.

A leaked report into the activities of Huawei found no evidence that the firm was in league with the Chinese government.

Newsweek, the 80-year-old US current affairs magazine, is to become an online-only publication, ending its print edition.

ImageGermany calls for the EU to be given the power to veto member states’ budgets, as leaders meet in Brussels and a general strike grips Greece.

World-famous Turkish pianist Fazil Say appears in court in Istanbul charged with inciting hatred and insulting the values of Muslims over tweets he wrote mocking radical Islam.

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