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Reuters: Te-height:20px;Hong Kong police clear protesters from government buildings
4 - Egypt postpones verdict in case against ex-president Mubarak
5 - Exclusive: Rohingya could face detention under Myanmar draft plan
6 - Houthi rebels attack Yemen security chief's home
7 - Erupting Japan volcano leaves seven unconscious, 250 stranded
8 - Four dead, dozen injured in college bus crash in Oklahoma
9 - No breakthrough in Iran nuclear talks, sides agree to keep talking
10 - Chicago-area air traffic center fire grounds 1,750 flights
11 - Islamic State tightens siege of Syria town, more Europeans join alliance
12 - Brazil's Rousseff gains on Silva a week from election
13 - Iran and six powers make little progress in nuclear talks
14 - Chicago-area air traffic center fire grounds 1,750 flights
15 - Rousseff gains on Silva a week from Brazil election: poll
16 - Islamic State tightens siege of Syria town, more Europeans join alliance
17 - Exclusive: Plan for U.S. securities audit trail seen delayed again
18 - Europe roar back to lead on gripping opening day
19 - BlackBerry cuts loss and sees rising sales; shares jump
20 - U.S.-led strikes pressure al Qaeda's Syria group to join with Islamic State
21 - Poland-bound LOT Boeing Dreamliner resumes flight after emergency landing
22 - Islamic State tightens grip on Syrian border town; shells hit Turkey
23 - U.S. Attorney General Holder to step down, successor faces array of challenges
24 - Fearing political crisis, Greece plots escape from bailout
25 - Ex-BBC DJ Travis given suspended jail term for sex attack
1 - Air strikes hit Islamic State militants in east Syria: monitors

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Air strikes hit Islamic State and other Islamist groups in eastern Syria early on Saturday, a monitoring group said, as a U.S.-led coalition seeks to turn the tide against the militants who have captured swathes of Syria and northern Iraq.






9/27/2014 1:39:50 PM

2 - Prospect of tighter White House security touches nerve in Washington

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The prospect of more of the U.S. capital being closed off after an intruder got into the White House has struck a nerve in Washington over public space being eroded by barricades and bollards.

9/27/2014 1:36:27 PM

3 - Hong Kong police clear protesters from government buildings

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong riot police used pepper spray to disperse protesters around government headquarters on Saturday, fuelling tension ahead of a planned sit-in by pro-democracy activists to oppose Beijing's tightening grip on the city.






9/27/2014 12:44:46 PM

4 - Egypt postpones verdict in case against ex-president Mubarak

CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court postponed to Nov. 29 its verdict on whether former president Hosni Mubarak ordered the killing of protesters during the 2011 uprising that ended his three-decade rule.






9/27/2014 11:36:08 AM

5 - Exclusive: Rohingya could face detention under Myanmar draft plan

YANGON/BANGKOK (Reuters) - Myanmar's national government has drafted a plan that will give around a million members of the persecuted Rohingya Muslim ethnic minority a bleak choice: accept ethnic reclassification and the prospect of citizenship, or be detained.

9/27/2014 11:07:31 AM

6 - Houthi rebels attack Yemen security chief's home

SANAA (Reuters) - Shi'ite Muslim rebels attacked the home of Yemen's intelligence chief in Sanaa on Saturday, residents and security sources said, showing the fragility of a power-sharing accord that has failed to halt fighting in the capital.

9/27/2014 10:43:58 AM

7 - Erupting Japan volcano leaves seven unconscious, 250 stranded

TOKYO (Reuters) - A Japanese volcano erupted on Saturday, spewing ash and small rocks into the air and leaving seven people unconscious, eight seriously injured and more than 250 stranded on the mountain, officials and media said.






9/27/2014 10:19:46 AM

8 - Four dead, dozen injured in college bus crash in Oklahoma

(Reuters) - Four college softball players were killed, and a dozen others were injured, when their bus was involved in a crash on an Oklahoma freeway, officials said on Friday.

9/27/2014 8:42:42 AM

9 - No breakthrough in Iran nuclear talks, sides agree to keep talking

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Iran and six world powers made little progress in overcoming significant disagreements in the most recent round of nuclear talks, including on uranium enrichment, Iranian and Western diplomats close to the negotiations said on Friday.






9/27/2014 3:34:04 AM

10 - Chicago-area air traffic center fire grounds 1,750 flights

CHICAGO (Reuters) - A fire apparently set by an employee at a Chicago-area air traffic control center led to the cancellation of more than 1,700 flights at the city's two major airports, snarling air traffic across the United States, officials said.

9/27/2014 3:01:11 AM

11 - Islamic State tightens siege of Syria town, more Europeans join alliance

KARACA Turkey/BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Islamic State fighters tightened their siege of a town on Syria's border with Turkey on Friday despite U.S.-led air strikes aimed at defeating the militants in both Syria and Iraq, in a coalition which has now drawn widespread European support.

9/27/2014 2:28:21 AM

12 - Brazil's Rousseff gains on Silva a week from election

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff gained on opposition candidate Marina Silva, increasing her chance to win a hotly contested runoff to the Oct. 5 presidential election, a new poll showed on Friday.







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