News Headlines - 08 October 2014

Thomas Eric Duncan, First Ebola Patient to Be Discovered in U.S., Dies - NYTimes.com

Thomas Eric Duncan, 42, the patient with the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States and the Liberian man at the center of a widening public health scare, died in isolation at a hospital here on Wednesday, hospital authorities said.

Briton detained in Morocco for 'homosexual acts' describes horrific ordeal - Telegraph

Ray Cole, 69, tells of "total nightmare" following his release from a Moroccan jail following arrest for having images of a homosexual nature on his mobile phone

IMF cuts growth outlook, warns on euro zone, Japan | Reuters

The International Monetary Fund cut its global economic growth forecasts for the third time this year on Tuesday, warning of weaker growth in core euro zone countries, Japan and big emerging markets like Brazil.

Beautiful Octopus Pictures: Masters of Disguise and Agile Hunters

Octopuses are masters at flying under the radar, changing their coloration and texture to match their surroundings in seconds.
But today, this intelligent invertebrate is in the spotlight—it's International Octopus Day... Click through for pictures of these stealthy animals, which can be found in wide-ranging habitats from the deep sea to coral reefs, such as the above octopus seen in the Bonin Islands near Japan in 2008.

BBC Sport - England could make partial Wembley exit in 2018

England could play home games around the country from 2018 if an NFL team bases itself at Wembley.
The Football Association are obliged to hold matches at the stadium until 2017 but want an American Football franchise to replace those revenues.








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