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First U.S. Ebola Patient Was Likely Exposed to General Public for Days

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Tuesday that the man who is the first confirmed case of Ebola in America had originally come to the hospital the previousThursday due to an unknown illness. The man was then sent home with a prescription for antibiotics and spent three days out in the general public before coming back to the Dallas hospital Sunday, when officials confirmed he had indeed contracted the Ebola virus. 1 Oct 2014

HuffPo Authors: Climate Change to Blame for Rise of ISIS

A read-it-to-believe-it column in the Huffington Post is demanding that each American do more to stop the looming threat of the Islamic State-- by recycling. Arguing a direct correlation between droughts in Syria and the rise of Islamist extremism, the authors blame climate change for the terrorist group's advance in the Middle East. 1 Oct 2014

Obama Condemns Israel--After Meeting with Netanyahu

White House spokesman Josh Earnest read out a condemnation of Israel's latest plans for construction in East Jerusalem, just hours after President Barack Obama had received a visit from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday.  1 Oct 2014

Netanyahu Faces Off With Obama on Iran

On Wednesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with President Barack Obama at the White House, where Netanyahu lectured Obama on the need to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. 1 Oct 2014

5 Things the CDC Can Do to Contain Ebola

News that the first case of Ebola in the U.S. had been identified and isolated in Dallas has caused widespread concern, given the severity of the disease and previous assurances by President Barack Obama himself that it was "unlikely" that Ebola would reach our shores. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) will not recommend banning travel to or from affected countries in Africa, lest potential Ebola carriers simply "go underground." Here, however, are five other actions to be taken ASAP. 1 Oct 2014

Russian State Media: Hong Kong Protests are Organized U.S. Plot Against China

Russian state media has developed a reputation for absurd interpretations of international news events that may shed unfavorable light on the control the Russian government has on expression and politics in the nation. The burgeoning protests in Hong Kong are no different-- these, the Russian government reports, are not earnest manifestations against government oppression, but an organized American plot to cause mischief in the region. 1 Oct 2014

Turkey Vows to Protect Suleyman Shah Tomb Against ISIS

The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) is known to destroy tombs and sacred temples held dear to Christians and Muslims in Iraq and Syria because the buildings, they claim, are idolatrous. Their next victim might be the Suleyman Shah tomb in Aleppo, Syria, built in Turkish territory in 1921 under a treaty with France when the French ruled Syria. 1 Oct 2014

Arabs Praise Israel for Their Treatment of Palestinian Workers

A September 21, 2014 article in the Palestinian Authority controlled daily publication, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, praises Israel as well as Israeli businesses for their treatment of Palestinian workers. The same article condemned Palestinian employers for their unfair treatment of fellow Palestinians. 1 Oct 2014

Taliban Suicide Bombers Kill 7 in Kabul, Wound 21

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Taliban suicide bombers struck two buses carrying Afghan soldiers in Kabul early Wednesday, killing seven people and wounding 21, just a day after the signing of a key U.S.-Afghan security pact. 1 Oct 2014

Hong Kong Protesters Threaten to Occupy Buildings

HONG KONG (AP) — Student leaders of Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests warned that if the territory's top official doesn't resign by Thursday they will step up their actions, including occupying several important government buildings. 1 Oct 2014

Timeline for First Case of Ebola Diagnosed in US

The first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States traveled from Liberia, federal health officials said. The unidentified man, who flew into Dallas, is being treated at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. 1 Oct 2014

Ebola Case Stokes Concerns for Liberians in Texas

DALLAS (AP) — The first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S. has been confirmed in a man who recently traveled from Liberia to Dallas, sending chills through the area's West African community whose leaders urged caution to prevent spreading the virus. 1 Oct 2014

Turkey Mulls Military Action Against Islamic State

(Reuters) - Turkey signaled it may send troops into Syria or Iraq and let allies use Turkish bases to fight Islamic State, as coalition jets launched air strikes on Wednesday on insurgents besieging a town on its southern border with Syria. 1 Oct 2014

Will Obama Apologize to Bibi at Today's Meeting?

For several weeks this summer, President Barack Obama and his State Department insisted that Israel a) reach a cease-fire with Hamas, after the Palestinian terror group started a war; b) restrict its aerial bombing of Hamas targets, so as to minimize the risk of civilian casualties; and c) negotiate under fire with Qatar and Turkey, two countries that have funded and encouraged Hamas. Now, however, the shoe is firmly on the other foot. 1 Oct 2014

Boston Marathon Bombers' Sister: 'I Know People that Can Put a Bomb Where You Live'

On Aug. 25, a New York City woman caught up in a messy child custody battle with her ex-boyfriend got into a fight on the phone with her former flame's new girlfriend. According to the police, heated words were exchanged, and the girlfriend, who also has a child with the man, was subsequently arrested and charged with harassment after she allegedly threatened the other woman's life. 1 Oct 2014

Narendra Modi Wows Crowd at Madison Square Garden

The two parts of one of the world’s largest mutual-admiration societies, long frustrated in their efforts to see each other in the flesh, came together Sunday at New York’s Madison Square Garden, when India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi thrilled to -- and in turn enthralled -- a gathering of about 20,000 members of the Indian diaspora. 1 Oct 2014

World View: Russia's Ruble Currency Drops to Record Low Against the Dollar

Apparently the European and American sanctions on Russia for the latter's invasion of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea are having some effect, after all. The value of the ruble currency has fallen over 20% against the dollar this year. The ruble is now at the lowest point since it was restructured during Moscow's traumatic 1998 debt default. 1 Oct 2014

To Better Protect Muslims, AG Holder Set To Ban 'Religious Profiling'

If one is looking for reasons why Washington has become so caustic, divisive and bitter, look no further than retiring Attorney General Eric Holder. If reports first published by the Los Angeles Times are correct, the always controversial Holder, aged 63, will soon announce a new and permanent ban on so-called ‘religious profiling’ designed to better protect those suspected of jihadist or Islamist activities from federal surveillance. 30 Sep 2014

Hong Kong's 'Umbrella Revolution' Expected to Peak in Next Few Days

Starting October 1st, Hong Kong celebrates two days of government holidays which will no doubt be the peak of the recent ‘Umbrella Revolution’.  What started as a protest last Wednesday by university students in Hong Kong has now filled the streets and hearts of many living in Hong Kong. 30 Sep 2014

EU Questions Ireland's Tax Deal with Apple

(Reuters) - The European Union has accused Ireland of giving Apple Inc. state aid by letting the iPhone maker shelter profits worth tens of billions of dollars from tax, in return for maintaining jobs. 30 Sep 2014

Trial Opens for Belgian Terror Suspects

ANTWERP, Belgium (AP) — A radical Muslim organization in Belgium was a terror group that brainwashed youngsters and sent them to fight in Syria, prosecutors said Monday as a trial started for dozens of its alleged leaders and members. 30 Sep 2014

Egyptian Prime Minister: 'Egypt Can Lead' Fight Against Terrorism

During a recent interview with the Russian news organization Rossiya Segodnya, Egyptian Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab stated that Egypt could take the lead in the fight against terrorism. "Today's terrorism is an artificially created product which has no borders and is expanding at high speed. The price for terrorism is being paid by ordinary people. Egypt can lead the list of countries that are active in the fight against terrorism," Mahlab said. 30 Sep 2014

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