149 killed in Seoul Halloween crowd surge

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It's been a busy day of news with stories on everything from the Black Ferns' win over Wales to the devastating stampede in South Korea that killed at least 146 people. Here's a look at some of the top stories from around the world today.


  • The Black Ferns have qualified for the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup after a huge win over Wales.
  • At least 149 people have been killed in a stampede in Seoul, South Korea, on Halloween night.
  • Kiri Allan, the Minister for Small Business, has revealed how the government's new alcohol laws will change.
  • Over 140 people have been killed and 150 injured in a stampede in South Korea's capital, Seoul, on Halloween night.
  • The Central Bank of Nigeria has replied to the Finance Minister, saying that President Buhari gave them the go-ahead to redesign the Naira notes.
  • BBC Radio 4 is a British radio station which broadcasts a variety of programming, including news, current affairs, and arts.
  • Fire crews are dealing with a large fire at a social club in Fazakerley, Liverpool.
  • Salt Lake Colors is a company in Kazakhstan that produces salt products.
  • The B.C. government is hosting an avian flu information session in Maple Ridge.
  • All Blacks captain Sam Cane is returning to New Zealand after fracturing his cheekbone in a win over Japan.
  • Families are desperate as holiday food vouchers are being axed, teachers warn.
  • Katie Taylor has won her bout with Karen Carabajal at Wembley Arena.
  • Redmi Note 12 Pro Discovery Edition fails to match Xiaomi's advertised charging metrics in a real-world test.
  • ‘Sedentary lifestyle, obesity, high BP reasons for stroke in young people’.
  • At least 146 people have been killed in a stampede in Seoul, South Korea, on Halloween night.
  • Daly Cherry-Evans has delivered a passionate speech after combining with Nathan Cleary in the Kangaroos' win over Italy.
  • Several people were involved in a fight at the Steve-O show in Kelowna Friday night.
  • The World Series will continue tonight with Game 2 between the Houston Astros and the Philadelphia Phillies.
  • Chris Hemsworth has been cast in a huge role in an upcoming movie.
  • Max Verstappen has won the Mexico City Grand Prix, beating the strong challenge from Mercedes.