1.Police in Austria say gunmen opened fire in the capital, Vienna, on Monday night.  At least two people were killed. Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has strongly condemned what he described as a terrorist attack which he says is ongoing.  He is urging people to stay on the alert.

2.An armed group has stormed a university in the Afghan capital of Kabul, leaving at least 19 people dead and more than 20 injured.The government said gunmen forced their way into the campus of Kabul University following an explosion nearby on Monday.

3.U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden have made their last-minute appeals to voters on the eve of Election Day.  Trump campaigned in five locations on Monday.  In the southern state of North Carolina, he called on people to vote.  Trump said, “I was elected to fight for you and I fight harder than any other president has ever fought for his people.”  Biden was holding rallies in four locations.  In the Midwestern state of Ohio, Biden accused Trump of trying to divide the country.  He called on voters to choose unity over division.


November 3, Tuesday, 2020 (1:30 p.m.) Newsline read by Ms. Keiko Kitagawa