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Hamas leader in Gaza declares intifada as deadly attacks continue
A protester uses a slingshot to throw stones during clashes near the border fence between Israel and the Gaza Strip. Photograph: Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images. Peter Beaumont in Jerusalem. Friday 9 October 2015 12.20 EDT Last modified on Friday 9 ...
Six killed in Gaza as Israeli-Palestinian violence widens
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Six Palestinians killed as violence spreads to Gaza
Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey in 'serious condition' after bring returned to ...
A British nurse who almost died after contracting Ebola while working in Sierra Leone has been flown back to hospital after the virus was detected again in her system. Pauline Cafferkey, 39, was thought to have made a full recovery after spending more ...
Pauline Cafferkey case shows we still know little of Ebola's long-term effects
Pauline Cafferkey who contracted Ebola is back in isolation after meeting ...
Scots nurse 'serious' with Ebola after-effects as epidemic fades
England NHS trusts rack up near £1bn deficit in three months
NHS trusts in England have racked up a deficit approaching £1 billion in the first three months of the financial year - the "worst" financial position in a generation. The figure is more than the £820 million overspend for the entire previous year. It ...
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Nobel peace prize: national dialogue brought Tunisia back from the brink
Members of Tunisia's national assembly celebrate the adoption of the new constitution in Tunis in 2014. Photograph: Aimen Zine/AP. Rory McCarthy. Friday 9 October 2015 10.05 EDT Last modified on Friday 9 October 2015 10.21 EDT. Share on Facebook ...
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FIFA mulls delaying presidential election - sources
ZURICH FIFA is discussing delaying the election for their next president following the suspensions given to Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini, two sources have told Reuters. The issue is expected to be on the agenda of an emergency executive committee ...
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FIFA may delay its presidential election, scheduled for February
FIFA could delay presidential election following suspensions of Sepp Blatter ...
1 dead, freshman arrested in N. Arizona University shooting
A male freshman at Northern Arizona University opened fire on a group of fellow students at the Flagstaff campus early Friday during a confrontation in a dormitory parking lot, killing one student and injuring three more, the campus police chief said.
Officials: 1 dead, 3 wounded in university shooting in Ariz.
Gunman kills one, wounds three at Northern Arizona University
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Watson issues partial retraction over Brittan child abuse claims
Tom Watson (left) and Leon Brittan, whose brother called for Watson to apologise after police dropped a rape inquiry against the former home secretary. Photograph: PA. Patrick Wintour Political editor. Friday 9 October 2015 09.33 EDT Last modified on ...
Concern mounts over police handling of Westminster sex abuse claims
Tom Watson defends actions over Lord Brittan allegations
Watson Defends Actions Over Brittan Rape Claims
StanChart chief plans to cut about 1000 top staff - memo
SINGAPORE/LONDON Standard Chartered's new Chief Executive Bill Winters plans to cut about 1,000 of the bank's most senior staff to reduce costs, according to a memo sent to staff, as he battles to revive the bank following a sharp drop in profits. The ...
Standard Chartered Cuts 1000 Senior Bankers
Standard Chartered axes 1000 senior management jobs
Standard Chartered to axe 1000 senior manager jobs
US scraps Syrian rebel training programme
The US is halting a controversial $500m programme to create a rebel force in Syria after concluding that it was having practically no impact in the battle against Isis fighters in the war-torn country. Instead of trying to build up a new force of ...
The US Gives Up on Building Syrian Rebel Groups
US changes tack on support to Syria rebels after failed training push
SeaWorld Falls as Breeding Ban Forces Review of New Whale Homes
A killer whale and her calf swim together at SeaWorld San Diego's Shamu Stadium on Dec. 4, 2014, in San Diego, Calif. Photographer: Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld San Diego via Getty Images. Don't Miss Out — Follow Bloomberg On. Facebook Twitter Instagram ...