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  • UK told to pay £1.7bn extra to EU
    The UK has been told it must pay an extra £1.7bn (2.1bn euros) towards the European Union's budget because the economy has performed better than expected in recent years.
  • NY doctor tests positive for Ebola
    A US doctor who returned to New York from Ebola-hit Guinea in West Africa becomes the first person to test positive for the virus in the city.
  • Payout to mother of secret PC's child
    The Metropolitan Police is to pay £425,000 to a woman whose child was fathered by a man she did not know was an undercover police officer.
  • Video of Ottawa attack released
    Authorities in Canada release video showing the moments before a lone gunman stormed into Canada's parliament and was shot dead.
  • Cliff Richard police raid 'inept'
    The handling of a police raid at the home of veteran pop star Sir Cliff Richard is described as inept by the Commons Home Affairs Committee.

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal

  • China Vows to Strengthen Judicial System
    China’s Communist Party said it planned to give its judicial system more authority and its citizens a bigger say in the lawmaking process, while stressing the importance of ensuring the p...
  • EU Agrees to Long-Term Climate Targets
    European Union leaders agreed on a set of long-term targets on energy and climate change, agreeing to financial sweeteners and weakening some objectives in order to get a deal.
  • A Gunman's Journey to Terror
    A number of details about Canadian Michael Zehaf-Bibeau emerged that began to fill in a picture of a middle-class suburban youth who grew estranged from his family and descended into a st...
  • Jerusalem Unrest Simmers Long After War
    Unrest escalated here the day after a Palestinian driver rammed into a crowded train station and killed a 3-month-old Israeli girl.image
  • Mexican Governor Quits Over Missing Students
    A Mexican governor resigned on Thursday following increasingly violent protests over the fate of 43 students who vanished in his state after being allegedly abducted by police last month....

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The EconomistThe Economist

  • Cheaper oil: Winners and losers
    IN EARLY October the IMF looked at what might happen to the world economy if conflict in Iraq caused an oil-price shock. Fighters from Islamic State (IS) were pushing into the country’s ...
  • Portrait of a virus: A killer in close up
    EBOLA is a simple virus, but also a subtle one. The stringy looking particles consist of a genome wrapped up in two layers of protein (see diagram). This long, thin package, along with a...
  • The Ebola crisis: Much worse to come
    ON MARCH 25th the World Health Organisation (WHO) reported a rash of cases of Ebola in Guinea, the first such ever seen in west Africa. As of then there had been 86 suspected cases, and ...
  • Telemedicine: Stuck in the waiting room
    THE idea of telemedicine—health care provided using telecommunications equipment—has a lengthy history. Radio News , an American magazine, devoted its cover to a patient at home consulti...
  • The spread of Ebola: Bridges or walls
    THE death toll from Ebola in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the three most affected countries in west Africa, now stands at around 3,900. Among cases diagnosed outside Africa, the tot...

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The Standard (HK)

  • Hang Seng dips by lunch
    Hong Kong shares fell 0.14 percent Friday morning after China Construction Bank reported its worst quarter in more than five years and China's Natio...
  • More dialogue urged between govt and students
    A local deputy to the National People's Congress has called for further dialogue between student protesters and the government. Priscilla Lau Pui-k...
  • (NBA) Nash out for season with back injury
    Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash has been ruled out for the season because of a back injury, putting the two-time NBA MVP's career in doubt. The...
  • (NHL) Canucks top Blues
    Ryan Miller was victorious in his return to St. Louis, making 31 saves as Vancouver scored three times in the third period. Nick Bonino, Linden Vey...
  • (NHL) Wild beat Coyotes on Kuemper's shutout
    Darcy Kuemper made 26 saves for his third shutout of the season, and defenseman Jared Spurgeon had two assists to lead Minnesota past Arizona 2-0. ...



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  • The Sun website is now part of Sun+
    Love The Sun? There's going to be even more to love this summer. We've launched Sun+, our brand new digital entertainment bundle. It's The Sun and then some. Sun+ Digital: You will enjoy...

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Deutsche WelleDeutsche Welle

  • BASF lowers 2015 operating profit outlook
    Germany's BASF has reported growing sales for the third quarter amid a difficult business environment. But it warned it might not be able to meet earlier operating profit targets next year.
  • Aid for Syrian refugees in Lebanon drying up
    The aid sources for Syrian refugees in Lebanon are threatening to dry up because of the multiplying crises around the world. Aid organization World Vision spoke to DW about the potential ...
  • New York doctor tests positive for Ebola
    A doctor who recently returned to New York City after treating patients with Ebola in Guinea has tested positive for the disease. Three contacts of the man are under observation
  • Opinion: Mexico's uprising for the rule of law
    Four weeks after the alleged massacre in Iguala, the perpetrators have been named and warrants issued for their arrest. But the protests will continue - rightly so, says DW's Uta Thofern.
  • Mexico governor moves aside after Iguala disappearances
    The governor of the Mexican state of Guerrero has stood aside amid growing criticism. A police failure to explain the disappearance of dozens of students, and the deaths of six others, ha...



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