News Headlines - 17 October 2014

Health officials say woman reported sick at Pentagon parking lot doesn't have Ebola

A woman who became ill in the Pentagon parking lot does not have Ebola, Virginia public health authorities said Friday, ending a daylong scare that forced the temporary quarantine of military members going to a Marine Corps ceremony in Washington.

Hong Kong activists regroup to force police retreat in protest hotspot | Reuters

Hong Kong pro-democracy activists recaptured parts of a core protest zone early on Saturday, defying riot police who had tried to disperse them with pepper spray and baton charges.

Dutch motorbike gang 'No Surrender' taking on ISIS with the Kurds | Daily Mail Online

Now the Dutch prosecutor has told gang members that they will not be prosecuted for going to fight abroad, because such actions are only illegal if you are fighting troops from the Netherlands.

Japan Cabinet’s Rising Star Hit by Funding Irregularities - WSJ

The rapid rise of industry minister Yuko Obuchi, a prominent appointee to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ’s cabinet last month, came to a sudden halt after revelations about irregularities in her handling of political funds.

Jose Mourinho will carry on shaking hands before final whistle after Chelsea boss is branded a DISGRACE | Daily Mail Online

Jose Mourinho insists he has no regrets over his touchline spat with Roy Keane and will continue to antagonise opposition benches by attempting to shake hands before the final whistle... Lambert refused to shake Mourinho's hand and couldn't understand why the Chelsea manager was leaving the Stamford Bridge dugout before the full-time had been blown








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