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30/10/2014 | 

Burkina Faso army imposes interim gov't after crowd burns parliament

Burkina Faso's military has dissolved parliament and announced a transitional government after violent protests against President Blaise Compaore, but it was not immediately clear who was in charge.

30/10/2014 | 

Two shot, one was stabbed in San Francisco following Giants win

Two people were shot, one was stabbed and around 40 were arrested as celebrations in San Francisco for the Giants victory in the World Series turned violent overnight, police has said.

30/10/2014 | 

UK gov't report says harsh anti-drugs law 'failing'

A groundbreaking Home Office document in the United Kingdom has said punitive drug law enforcement was failing, having no “obvious relation” with the abuse of substances. The investigation has reached the House of Commons with MPs debating the government’s policy on narcotics.

30/10/2014 | 

Clashes erupt as Israeli police kill Palestinian suspected of shooting Jewish far-rightist

Israeli police today shot dead a 32-year-old Palestinian man suspected of having tried hours earlier to kill a far-right Jewish activist, leading to fierce clashes in East Jerusalem and fears of a new Palestinian uprising.

30/10/2014 | 

Apple's Tim Cook says 'proud to be gay'

Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook publicly came out as gay in an article he wrote in Bloomberg Businessweek, saying he wanted to support others who find it difficult to reveal their sexual orientation.

30/10/2014 | 

After school massacre, Washington voters push for gun control measures

A ballot measure to tighten background checks for gun buyers in Washington state, which is reeling from a deadly school shooting last week, was drawing strong support ahead of a Nov. 4 vote, a poll showed.

30/10/2014 | 

Wall St up on GDP, earnings; fund year-end lifts winners

US stocks have risen, boosted by a strong reading on quarterly economic growth and by another round of upbeat earnings reports including Visa, which accounted for nearly 140 points in the Dow industrials.

29/10/2014 | 

Liberia Ebola deaths down, Sierra Leone up after revision

Almost 300 fewer people are known to have died from Ebola in Liberia than previously thought, while more than 200 have been added to Sierra Leone's death toll, the World Health Organization has said.

29/10/2014 | 

Fed ends bond buying, exhibits confidence in US recovery

The Federal Reserve ended its monthly bond purchase program and dropped a characterization of US labor market slack as "significant" in a show of confidence in the economy's prospects.

29/10/2014 | 

US health officials attend Ebola meeting in Cuba

US government officials joined health experts from throughout the Americas at an Ebola conference in Cuba, the latest show of cooperation between the historic adversaries on fighting the disease.

29/10/2014 | 

Zambia's Scott becomes first white African leader in 20 years

Zambia's Guy Scott has become Africa's first white head of state in 20 years after the president, "King Cobra" Michael Sata, died in a London hospital.

29/10/2014 | 

Francis says scientifc theories don't contradict Catholic teaching

Scientific theories including the "Big Bang" believed to have brought the universe into being 13.7 billion years ago and the idea that life developed through a process of evolution do not conflict with Catholic teaching, Pope Francis has said.

29/10/2014 | 

White House computers breached by hackers, US media reports

Suspicious cyber activity has been detected on the computer network used by the White House and measures have been taken to address it, a White House official has disclosed.




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