News Headlines - 11 October 2014

Student leader Agnes Chow steps back from Occupy spotlight citing 'exhaustion' | South China Morning Post

Prominent student leader Agnes Chow Ting has quit her role as a spokeswoman for Scholarism, an activist group representing secondary school students, citing exhaustion and stress as the pro-democracy movement continues.

New Clinton documents shed light on Monica Lewinsky fallout - CBS News

The National Archives has released documents showing how the White House sought to defend President Bill Clinton against the political fallout from his affair with intern Monica Lewinsky.

Sports Company Says It 'Clearly Messed Up' by Ignoring Female Athletes - ABC News

McKenna Peterson wrote a viral letter to Stack last week that pointed out that the only girl featured in Dick's Sporting Good's basketball catalog was shown sitting on the stands.

Woman receives kidney from stranger after making appeal in local newspaper - Telegraph

Sally-Anne Grainger, 34, is given the gift of life by a former prisoner who wanted to make amends for his past mistakes

BBC News - Japan prepares for 'powerful' Typhoon Vongfong

Japan is bracing for the arrival of a powerful typhoon, Vongfong, which officials have said will be the strongest storm to hit Japan this year.








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