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What Will Happen to Nurse Kaci Hickox If She Breaks Ebola Quarantine Rules

Maine officials are scrambling to figure out what to do about returning Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox, who has vowed to disobey its quarantine rules. The governor and other officials are seeking legal authority to enforce what started out as a voluntary quarantine, ...


Yesterday17:40

SodaStream to move controversial factory from Israeli settlement

SodaStream's Soda Club factory in the Mishor Adumim industrial zone near the Jewish settlement of Maaleh Adumim in the occupied West Bank is to be moved to Levahim in Israel. Photograph: Sebastian Scheiner/AP. Associated Press in New York.


Yesterday17:33

Explosion unlikely to derail private space travel

The dramatic explosion of the unmanned Antares rocket moments after takeoff Tuesday unleashed questions about commercial space travel and rattled the nascent industry. The rocket was headed to the International Space station loaded with supplies.


Yesterday17:27

Netanyahu: Israel Facing an Attack on its Right to Exist

Prime Minister directly addresses unprecedented personal attack by US officials, vows to 'continue defending Israel.' By Ari Soffer. First Publish: 10/29/2014, 1:11 PM. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has responded directly to personal attacks made ...


Yesterday17:21

Another Zambian president dies in office. What happens now?

Late Tuesday night, Zambian president Michael Sata died while in London, where he was seeking medical care after months of reports of poor health. Sata is the second Zambian president to die while in office; Levy Mwanawasa suffered a stroke in June ...


Yesterday17:11

CommentJPMorgan lands Ferrari listing role

Sergio Marchionne has turned to bankers at JPMorgan to advise him on the spin-off of luxury sportscar maker Ferrari. The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles boss hired JPMorgan back in January when Fiat struck a deal to buy the 41.5 per cent stake in Chrysler it did ...


Yesterday17:08

Tongo admits to 'mistakes'

Cape Town - Convicted shuttle taxi driver Zola Tongo admitted on Wednesday to a few mistakes in relaying how honeymooner Anni Hindochi's murder came about in 2010. Tongo, 34, made these concessions while being cross-examined by Shrien Dewani's ...


Yesterday16:37

Sri Lanka Mudslide: 100 People 'Buried Alive'

Hopes are fading for more than 100 people buried alive when part of a mountain collapsed in Sri Lanka. 16:34, UK, Wednesday 29 October 2014. Mudslide in Sri Lanka. One witness described hearing a noise like thunder as the landslide hit. Share on Twitter ...


Yesterday15:45

New Ebola cases slowing in Liberia but too soon to celebrate: WHO

GENEVA - The World Health Organization confirmed Wednesday that the rate of Ebola infections appeared to be slowing in hard-hit Liberia, but warned the crisis was far from over. Workers from the Liberian Red Cross at ELWA 2 Ebola management center in ...


Yesterday14:02

Car bomb injures 37 in government-held area of Syria's Homs

PanARMENIAN.Net - A car bomb wounded 37 people including a child, now in a critical condition, in a government-held area of the central Syrian city of Homs on Wednesday, state media reported, according to Reuters. "Terrorists detonated a car bomb in the ...


Yesterday07:01

Zambian cabinet confirms Sata's death in London

LUSAKA Oct 29 (Reuters) - Zambian President Michael Sata has died in London, cabinet secretary Roland Msiska confirmed on Wednesday. "As you are aware the president was receiving medical attention in London," Msiska told state television. "The head ...


Yesterday07:00

Unmanned supply rocket explodes shortly after launch

NASA has played down the impact on the crew of the International Space Station following the explosion of a supply rocket shortly after take off from a commercial launch pad in Virginia. The unmanned 14-story Antares was carrying a robotic Cygnus ...


Yesterday06:58

China set to punish Hong Kong lawmaker for criticising leader

Hong Kong: A senior pro-Beijing lawmaker in Hong Kong faces being sacked from an influential Chinese government body after taking the unusual step of criticising the city`s embattled leader, his brother said Wednesday. Fellow lawmaker Michael Tien said ...


Yesterday06:56

Iraqi Kurdish fighters bound for Kobane arrive in Turkey

People wave to Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on their way to the Syrian town of Kobani, in Dohuk province October 28, 2014. (Photo: Reuters). Related. Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga cross into Turkey, head to Kobani · IS propaganda video places hostage in ...


Yesterday06:43

'Don't expect more iPod Classics' and other key takeaways from Cook's WSJD ...

During the Wall Street Journal live technology conference in California, Alibaba chief Jack Ma seemed keen to get its Alipay payments system to work with Apple Pay. When Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked what he felt about a potential 'marriage' with Alipay, ...


Yesterday06:05

US rocket explosion: Company pledges to find root cause

An unmanned supply rocket bound for the International Space Station has exploded during its launch from the US state of Virginia. Antares, a 14-storey rocket built by Orbital Sciences Corp, combusted seconds after leaving the seaside launch pad at Wallops ...


Yesterday05:17

2015: Finally!!! Kwankwaso formally declares presidential bid

Kano State Governor, Dr. Rabiu Musa Kwankwa has formally declared his intention to run for the office of the president of Nigeria on the platform of All Progressives Congress, APC. His declaration, yesterday, has brought the number of presidential aspirants ...


Yesterday05:15

MCX's CurrentC partner merchants liable to be fined for supporting Apple Pay

Apple Pay is not being supported by members of the Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX) consortium primarily because they're contractually obligated to reject mobile payment services other than the group's upcoming CurrentC platform. As reported by The ...


Yesterday05:04

Australia shuts door to Ebola-hit countries

Australia has become the first Western country to impose a total entry ban on people from Ebola-stricken West African countries. Medical experts, UN agencies and African government leaders denounced the move as discriminatory and damaging for ...


Yesterday04:44

Facebook's WhatsApp Lost $140 Million Last Year

Facebook spent $22 billion in cash and stock to acquire the messaging app, WhatsApp, but according to security filings, the expensive acquisition has been hemorrhaging money. Facebook's third quarter earnings shows that WhatsApp has lost $140 million ...

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