News Headlines - 01 October 2014

Ebola Virus: First U.S. Case Confirmed - WSJ

The patient, who officials declined to name but referred to as "he," arrived in Texas from Liberia 10 days ago to visit family, developed symptoms of the disease on Sept. 24 and was admitted to an isolation unit at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas four days later, health officials said.

BBC News - Muslim hate crime 'rises 65% in London'

Hate crime against Muslims in London has risen by 65% over the last 12 months, Metropolitan Police figures show.
Islamophobic hate crime offences have increased from 344 to 570 in the last year, with many attacks targeting women wearing traditional Islamic clothing.

Hopes rise of meeting between China’s President Xi and Japan’s Abe - FT.com

Japanese and Chinese diplomats are close to agreeing the first meeting between their nations’ leaders, in what would be a small, but significant breakthrough after nearly two years of dangerous stand-off between Asia’s two biggest economic powers.

Yen hits six-year low after Tankan data - FT.com

The yen weakened to a six-year low against the dollar on Wednesday as the US currency spiked after mixed economic data were published in Tokyo.

eBay split to create independent PayPal - Yahoo News

US online retail giant eBay unveiled plans Tuesday to spin off PayPal, aiming to help the unit compete better in the fast-moving online payments segment.








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