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France to send three more fighter jets, warship to Gulf

Oct 02, 2014

France to send three more fighter jets, warship to Gulf

PARIS (Reuters) France will send an additional three Rafale fighter jets to its base in the United Arab Emirates and a warship to the region as part of coalition efforts to support the Iraqi forces fighting Islamic State, the defence ministry said on Wednesday. "This will increase our support to Iraqi forces in terms of surveillance and will provide a naval capacity to take part with our allies in the control of air space in the zone," it said in a statement #facebook #United States #Japan #Brazil #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #Mexico #opinion
Liberia says U.S. Ebola case showed no symptoms when he left

Oct 02, 2014

Liberia says U.S. Ebola case showed no symptoms when he left

DAKAR (Reuters) The man being treated for Ebola in Texas showed no signs of fever or symptoms of the virus when he left Liberia for the United States via Brussels on Sept. 19, the Liberian government said on Wednesday. The case is the first to be diagnosed outside West Africa during the current outbreak, raising the prospect that the worst epidemic of the deadly hemorrhagic fever on record could spread to nations beyond the region. #United States #India #Japan #markets #Italy #United Kingdom #Virus #opinion
U.S. Secret Service director Pierson resigns under fire

Oct 02, 2014

U.S. Secret Service director Pierson resigns under fire

WASHINGTON (Reuters) U.S. Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned under fire on Wednesday after a series of security lapses came to light involving the protection for President Barack Obama. #India #Business #Japan #Technology #Russia #United Kingdom #Latin America #Mexico
France's Le Pen loses driving licence, but says not her fault

Oct 02, 2014

France's Le Pen loses driving licence, but says not her fault

PARIS (Reuters) French farright leader Marine Le Pen said on Wednesday police had confiscated her driving licence for a string of road offences but insisted they had been committed by someone else. #United States #India #Business #Japan #Brazil #Technology #Arabic #Russia #markets #Argentina #French #opinion
Car bomb kills 11 in Shi'ite Baghdad neighbourhood  police, medics

Oct 01, 2014

Car bomb kills 11 in Shi'ite Baghdad neighbourhood police, medics

BAGHDAD (Reuters) A car bomb exploded in a mostly Shi'ite Muslim neighbourhood of southeastern Baghdad on Wednesday, killing 11 people, police and hospital sources said. The violence came a day after Baghdad witnessed one of its bloodiest days since U.S.led air strikes against Islamic State insurgents in Iraq began in August #India #China #Japan #Brazil #France #Arabic #Middle East #markets #Argentina #Latin America #opinion
U.S. Ebola patient travelled to Texas via BrusselsCanada official

Oct 01, 2014

U.S. Ebola patient travelled to Texas via BrusselsCanada official

REUTERS The first patient diagnosed in the United States with an Ebola infection travelled from Liberia to Texas via Brussels, Canadian chief public health officer Greg Taylor said on Wednesday. U.S. #Politics #China #Japan #France #Arabic #Middle East #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #opinion
Asian games women's hockey India edge Japan to clinch bronze

Oct 01, 2014

Asian games women's hockey India edge Japan to clinch bronze

The Indian womens hockey team stunned Japan 21 in a keenlycontested match to clinch their third bronze medal at the Asian Games after a hiatus of eight years, in Incheon . #Sports #India #Japan #hockey #Asian Games 2014 #Jaspreet Kaur #India at Asian Games 2014 #Vandana Kataria
Japan's bullet train network Shinkansen turns 50

Oct 01, 2014

Japan's bullet train network Shinkansen turns 50

It was, retired Japanese railway engineer Fumihiro Araki recalls, "like flying in the sky." Zipping crosscountry in a superhigh speed train has become commonplace in many countries these days, but it was unheard of when Japan launched its bullet train between Tokyo and Osaka 50 years ago Wednesday. #Japan #NewsTracker #Shinkansen #Fumihiro Araki #Hamanako lake #Amtrak's Acela Express
Asian Games 2014 The growing tribe of the useless, corrupt Indian official

Oct 01, 2014

Asian Games 2014 The growing tribe of the useless, corrupt Indian official

We should be just feeling sorry for Sarita, we should be ensuring that the official gets a bollocking that he remembers for the rest of his life. #India #China #Japan #Boxing #South Korea #IOA #Devendro Singh #AIBA #live #Sarita Devi #Asian Games 2014 #Asian Games Live #Day 12