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Suspect arrested in South Africa soccer killing


A South African official says a suspect has appeared in court on a murder charge for the killing of Senzo Meyiwa, the national soccer team captain.

Halloween celebrations around the world


Across Europe, North America, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and other countries, Halloween is celebrated with costumes, parties and the decorating of pumpkins.

Bombardier's $3.4B Russian venture on hold amid sanctions


Bombardier is suspending negotiations on a $3.4-billion proposal to assemble turboprop aircraft in Russia due to the country's political situation and weak economy

Maine asks court to isolate Ebola nurse who defied quarantine


Maine health officials have asked a court to limit the movements of nurse Kaci Hickox, who defied a voluntary quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola patients.

Ebola outbreak: double gloves recommended for some health workers in new guidelines


The UN health agency is updating its guidelines for health workers dealing with the deadly Ebola virus, recommending tougher measures such as doubling up on gloves and making sure the mouth, nose and eyes are better protected from contaminated droplets and fluids.

Hungary suspends internet tax after huge protests


Hungary's government will suspend a planned tax on internet use and reconsider the matter next year.

Israel reopens Jerusalem holy site


Israel has reopened a contested Jerusalem holy site and deployed hundreds of security personnel amid rising tensions in the city.

Burkina Faso protesters demand President Blaise Compaore resign


Hundreds of protesters marched in the capital of Burkina Faso on Friday demanding that President Blaise Compaore step down, a day after the military dissolved parliament and announced a transitional government in the face of mass protests and violence.

Malaysia Airlines faces 1st lawsuit from relatives of missing plane passenger


Two Malaysian children sued Malaysia Airlines and the government on Friday over the loss of their father on Flight 370, the first lawsuit filed in the country by relatives of those aboard the jetliner that mysteriously disappeared eight months ago.

ISIS mission: Canadian CF-18s complete operational flights in Iraq


Canadian warplanes have flown their first operational flights as part of the anti-ISIS coalition, but have yet to carry out strike missions

Ukraine, Moscow clinch deal on Russian gas supply


Moscow and Kyiv have clinched a deal that will guarantee that Russian gas exports flow into Ukraine and beyond to the European Union throughout the winter despite their intense rivalry over the fighting in eastern Ukraine.

U.S. survivalist suspected in police ambush caught, could face death penalty


Pennsylvania authorities will seek the death penalty for a survivalist captured on Thursday by U.S. marshals in an abandoned airplane hangar, who is accused of killing one state trooper and seriously wounding another seven weeks ago.

U.S. survivalist suspected in police ambush caught after 7-week manhunt


A survivalist accused of ambushing two Pennsylvania state troopers, leaving one dead and seriously injuring the other, was captured on Thursday, ending a seven-week manhunt for him, authorities said.

Microbicides an 'empowering tool' for women to prevent HIV infection


Microbicides, products specifically aimed at protecting women from HIV without the need to negotiate condom use, are missing in the scientific response to the AIDS pandemic, say researchers working to bridge the gap.

U.S. National Guard arrives in Hawaiian town threatened by lava flow


United States National Guard troops arrived in a Hawaiin town threatened by a slow-moving river of molten lava on Thursday, and were greeted with cheers by residents of the Big Island community.

U.S. National Guard deployed to help Hawaiian town in path of oozing lava


A contingent of U.S. National Guard troops was dispatched to a Hawaii town on Thursday to provide security to the Big Island community threatened by a river of molten lava that is slowly creeping toward the town's main road.

Crash test dummies getting fatter to match American drivers


A U.S. company that manufactures crash test dummies has developed a new, bigger, model to better represent the third of Americans who are considered obese.

White House cyberattack confirmed by National Security Council


U.S. officials have confirmed there was a cyberattack on White House computers earlier this month and have released some details of the event.

Ebola fears infect Louisiana medical conference


Louisiana state health officials told thousands of doctors planning to attend a tropical diseases meeting this weekend in New Orleans to stay away if they have been to certain African countries or have had contact with an Ebola patient in the last 21 days.

HIV vaccine trial in South Africa clears 'important step'


An experimental HIV vaccine is safe to use in South Africa, which paves the way for a larger trial, researchers say.


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