News Headlines - 03 October 2014

Protest Camps in Hong Kong Come Under Assault - NYTimes.com

Pro-democracy demonstrations in two of Hong Kong’s most crowded shopping districts came under attack on Friday from unidentified men who assaulted protesters and tore down their encampments, as the Beijing-backed government sent sharply conflicting messages about how to grapple with the unrest.

Poll: 2 of 3 Americans back strikes in Iraq, Syria - U.S. - Stripes

Nearly 2 out of 3 Americans back U.S. airstrikes in Iraq and Syria to combat the threat from Islamic extremists, yet half also think there's a high risk of a future terrorist attack on American soil, according to an Associated Press-GfK poll.

British hostage Alan Henning 'beheaded by Islamic State killers' - Telegraph

Video posted online appears to show second British hostage murdered by the jihadists

Early Spread of AIDS Traced to Congo's Expanding Transportation Network

A new family history of the HIV virus that causes AIDS, reported Thursday, is troubling but instructive: Modernization in mid-20th-century Africa, especially in the city Kinshasa, played a profound role in shaping that global epidemic.

Manchester City to play at CSKA Moscow behind closed doors | The Guardian

On Friday Uefa announced that the Russian champions will take on City in an empty Luzhniki Stadium as a sanction following disturbances involving the Russian club’s fans at Roma a fortnight ago. City travel to Moscow on 21 October for a third Champions League group match that must be won after claiming only a point from their opening two games.








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