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Hong Kong Leader To Meet Student Protesters

2nd October, 2014
With the island on a knife-edge, CY Leung ignores an ultimatum to quit but offers talks to head off a threat to occupy buildings. Continue reading


Japan Volcano Victims Crushed By Falling Rocks

2nd October, 2014
Some bodies were found wedged between large boulders while others were half-buried in sticky ash at the summit. Continue reading


Hannah Graham Suspect Named In 2003 Sex Attack

2nd October, 2014
Jesse Matthew, the last man seen with the missing University of Virginia student, was named in a police file about a sex assault. Continue reading


US Has List Of 100 Contacts Of Ebola Patient

2nd October, 2014
Officials scramble to identify people who may have been exposed to the virus and order four relatives to stay at home. Continue reading


Japan Braces For 300-Mile-Wide Typhoon

2nd October, 2014
Phanfone could bring devastating winds, huge waves and landslides to a nation already hit by several natural disasters in 2014. Continue reading


ECB details stimulus plan

2nd October, 2014
NAPLES, ITALY - European Central Bank (ECB) head Mario Draghi says a stimulus programme that includes buying private-sector bonds will mean a significant increase in the bank's efforts to help the economy. Continue reading


Thai Murders: Man Admits Killing Britons

2nd October, 2014
A Burmese worker confesses to the murders of the young British backpackers after being detained for DNA tests, police say. Continue reading


Hong Kong Leader Speaks As Deadline Nears

2nd October, 2014
The territory's chief is holding a news conference before the protesters' deadline ends, amid fears tear gas could again be used. Continue reading


Mexican Drugs Lord Caught In Seafood Restaurant

2nd October, 2014
Hector Beltran Leyva, one of Mexico's most wanted, had been posing as a businessman dealing in art and real estate, say police. Continue reading


China May Be Using App To Spy On Protesters

2nd October, 2014
A malicious app that targets Apple iOS and Google Android devices is likely to be backed by China, a security firm says. Continue reading


Thai footballers miss Games bronze

2nd October, 2014
Thailand narrowly missed the football bronze medal in the 17th Asian Games after losing 1-0 to Iraq on Thursday. Continue reading


Udomdej assigns duties to his staff

2nd October, 2014
Army chief Udomdej Sitabutr has signed orders allocating assignments to his deputy, assistants and chief-of-staff just two days after starting work, deputy army spokeswoman Sirichan Ngathong said. Continue reading


RAF Tornados Take Out IS Truck Using Guided Bomb

2nd October, 2014
The latest airstrike comes as a UN report details IS crimes in Iraq, including executions and the rape of women and children. Continue reading


White Women Sue Over Black Sperm Donor Error

2nd October, 2014
A lesbian couple seek compensation after a sperm clinic gave them a donation that resulted in a mixed-race child. Continue reading


Southern trains resume at Cha-am

2nd October, 2014
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) resumed southern train services through Cha-am district of Phetchaburi at about 12.30pm on Thursday after clearing a train that had derailed there early in the morning. Continue reading


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