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Thursday, October 23, 2014


  Tokyo News
Tokyo stocks dive to 2-month low; Nikkei below 15,000
 Stocks retreated sharply on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Friday amid heightened geopolitical risks over Ukraine and the Middle East, with the key Nikkei average closing at its lowest level ..

winners despite record low turnout

  Independet News
Ebola outbreak: Guinea closes its borders to contain virus
  Guinea has closed its borders with its neighbours Sierra Leone and Liberia in the latest bid to slow the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, which has killed close to 1,000 people..

No sign of MH370 after two-thirds of underwater search completed S
  Two-thirds of the planned underwater search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has been completed, with no signs so far of the jet, Australian officials said on Monday. As many as 10 military aircraft and 11 ships .

k  The Star
Immunity and impunity in elite AmericaMuammar As intense protests spawned by Occupy Wall Street continue to grow, it is worth asking: Why now? The answer is not obvious. After all

mumbai CNBC
U.S. considering closing embassy in Syria
The State Department said Friday it "may have no choice" but to close the U.S. embassy in Damascus and remove all US personnel from the country wracked by a 10-month revolt against the regime of President Bashar Assad unless Assad's government takes extra steps to protect the mission...

Jobs, re-election frame Obama's State of the Union
Vilified on the campaign trail by Republicans, President Barack Obama will stand before the nation Tuesday night with a State of the Union address designed to reframe the election-year debate on his terms, suggesting a stark contrast with his opponents on the economy and promising fairness

Many dead after Nigerian blasts
Eyewitnesses in the northern Nigerian city of Kano say they have counted more than 20 bodies after co-ordinated bomb attacks. A 24-hour curfew is in place in the city. Police have confirmed
afghans Telegraph
China's days as workhouse of the world could be numbered
China faces diminishing work force China will face a shortage of workers unless it revises its one-child policy, experts said, after statistics showed the first fall in the proportion of working-age adults in a decade.

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