News Headlines - 12 October 2014

Ebola outbreak: Texas nurse tests positive - CNN.com

The deadly Ebola virus has been contracted by someone inside the United States for the first time.
A nurse who had worn protective gear during her "extensive contact" at a Dallas hospital with an Ebola patient who died tested positive during a preliminary blood test, officials said Sunday.

Green Beret shot in Afghanistan dies at Landstuhl - Army - Stripes

A 30-year-old 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) soldier died in a hospital in Germany after being shot in Afghanistan last month.

Ukip leader Nigel Farage: 'I'll keep Tories in power to get EU poll next year' - Mirror Online

Slippery Nigel Farage finally has admitted he would prop up a Tory Government if UKIP wins enough MPs next year.
The UKIP leader, who had claimed he would never do a deal with the Conservatives, said a referendum on Europe next summer would be his “price” for keeping the Tories in power.

Video: Archive: Margaret Thatcher's response to Brighton bombing - Telegraph

Patrick Magee, who planted the deadly device, was handed eight life sentences at the Old Bailey in 1986, with a recommendation he serve a minimum of 35 years.
He was released in 1999 under the Good Friday Agreement - having served 14 years for the crime.

'Very Severe' India Cyclone Kills 6

A cyclone that India's Meteorological Department described as "very severe" roared across the country's eastern seaboard Sunday, killing at least six people.
Cyclone Hudhud brought heavy rain and winds of up to 195 kilometers per hour as its center came ashore at the port city of Visakhapatnam.








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