News Headlines - 28 October 2014

U.S. Solar Boom Boosts European Panel Makers, Solarworld - Bloomberg

Solarworld AG (SWVK) and REC Solar ASA (RECSOL) are benefiting from a boom in solar-energy installations in the U.S. that outweigh a decline in their European home markets.

BBC News - Ebola outbreak: Sierra Leone angry at Australia visa ban

Sierra Leone has condemned Australia's decision to suspend entry visas for people from Ebola-affected countries in West Africa as "counterproductive" and "discriminatory".

BBC News - Two genes linked with violent crime

A genetic analysis of almost 900 offenders in Finland has revealed two genes associated with violent crime... The authors of the study, published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry, said at least 5-10% of all violent crime in Finland could be attributed to individuals with these genotypes.

Indian prime minister claims genetic science existed in ancient times | The Guardian

Hindu nationalists have long propagated their belief that many discoveries of modern science and technology were known to the people of ancient India. But now for the first time an Indian prime minister has endorsed these claims, maintaining that cosmetic surgery and reproductive genetics were practiced thousands of years ago.

Video: Diego Maradona is secretly filmed 'beating up' girlfriend in row over mobile phone - Telegraph

Diego Maradona has been accused of beating his partner Rocio Oliva in a row over her mobile phone.
His girlfriend secretly filmed the episode which shows the former Argentina legend shouting at her for using her mobile and then apparently hitting out at her twice.








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