World News Brief

US Army drops weapons to Kurdish forces; new president for Indonesia; two female cabinet ministers in Japan resign; Nigeria declared ebola-free; and more

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U.S. Army Drops Weapons to Kurdish Forces

Obama clears schedule to oversee US response to ebola; China, South Korea and Japan hold cybersecurity talks; US marine charged with murdering transgender Filipino woman; Indian PM announces labour reforms; Colombian farmers sue BP for alleged land degradation; and more

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Obama Promises Vigilance on Ebola

Hong Kong police break up protests; no breakthrough in military talks between North and South Korea; Russia and US to share more intelligence on IS; second healthcare worker sick following first US ebola death; and more 

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Hong Kong Police Break Up Protests

Obama to meet with anti-ISIS coalition; Kim Jong-Un makes first public appearance in 40 days, walking with cane; police and government officials among those killed in latest violence in Western China; protesters set fire to Mexican government building; 800 Sierra Leone peackeepers quarantined over ebola; and more 

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Obama to Meet With Anti-ISIS Coalition

US may use Turkish airbases in ISIS fight; Hong Kong leader says protesters have 'almost zero chance' of success; South Korea considers lifting economic sanctions on North Korea; Liberian health workers on strike; Eastern Indian coastal cities begin relief efforts in wake of cyclone; and more

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Turkey May Allow United S

US airports start screening passengers for Ebola; US and Japan plan more defense cooperation; Thai PM travels to Burma on first official foreign visit; new Palestinian unity government to hold first meeting; and more 

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U.S. Airports to Screen for Ebola

US increases air strikes on Syrian town of Kobani; Hong Kong government and protest leaders to meet; Australian PM Tony Abbott seeks to legislate against 'preachers of hate'; Ebola unavoidable in Europe; Canadian military to head to Iraq; and more 

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Fight for Syrian Town Intensifies