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Obama Says Ebola Travel Ban Could Make Things Worse
(Reuters) President Barack Obama on Saturday urged Americans to avoid hysteria over Ebola, and played down the idea of travel bans from Ebola-ravaged countries in West Africa, explaining that restrictions could make things worse.
Power Out for Thousands in Bermuda as Hurricane Moves Away
(Reuters) Power was out for tens of thousands in Bermuda on Saturday morning after Hurricane Gonzalo pummeled the island with torrential rain and howling winds through the night, but there have been no reports of serious injuries.
Nepali Troops Seek at Least 40 Missing on Blizzard-Hit Trek
(Reuters) Nepali troops on Saturday searched rugged snow-covered Himalayan terrain in their most intensive effort to find any remaining survivors of a blizzard that killed 30 people and injured 175 in one of the country’s worst mountain disasters.
Hong Kong Activists Regroup; Police Chief Warns Safety at Risk
(Reuters) Hong Kong pro-democracy activists recaptured parts of a core protest zone from police early on Saturday after hours of turmoil that the city’s police chief warned undermined order and jeopardized public safety.
Death Toll in India From Cyclone Hudhud Climbs to 41
(Reuters) The death toll from a cyclone that hit India’s east coast last week has risen to 41, as authorities struggle to restore power, transport and communication links and shelter 150,000 people forced to abandon their homes.
Japan Rolls Out ‘Long-Held Dream’ With First Commercial Jet in 50 Years
(Reuters) To the sound of drums and a children’s choir, Mitsubishi Aircraft on Saturday rolled out Japan’s first commercial jet in half a century, amid doubts it can attain an ambition to sell more than 2,000 aircraft in a competitive market segment.
Obama Names Ebola ‘Czar,’ Beefs Up Texas Response
(Reuters) President Barack Obama on Friday appointed a former White House adviser as U.S. Ebola “czar” and named senior officials to help step up the government’s response to the disease in Texas, where it first appeared on U.S. soil.
Mexico Captures Leader of Gang Suspected of Student Massacre
(Reuters) The leader of a criminal gang suspected of conspiring with Mexican police to kill 43 missing students in the violent southwestern state of Guerrero has been detained, authorities said on Friday.
Brazil Election Poll Gives Neves Wide Advantage Over Rousseff
(Reuters) Opposition candidate Aecio Neves would defeat President Dilma Rousseff by almost 13 percentage points in the Oct. 26 runoff to Brazil’s presidential election, according to a poll published on Friday.
Car Bombs Kill 24 Across Baghdad as Violence Rages
(Reuters) A string of car bombs killed at least 24 people across Baghdad on Friday night, medical and police officials said, amid a surge of violence in the capital.
US military sees long haul ahead for war with IS
WASHINGTON (AP)—Ten weeks into its war against Islamic State extremists, the Pentagon is settling in for the long haul, short on big early successes but still banking on enlisting Syrians and Iraqis to fight the ground war so that U.S. troops won’t have to.