News Headlines - 30 October 2014

Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'I'm proud to be gay'

Apple CEO Tim Cook publicly confirmed he is gay in an opinion piece published Thursday, making him the highest-profile chief executive to come out.
In an essay published by Bloomberg Businessweek advocating for human rights and equality, Cook says he was inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King to set aside his desire for privacy to do something "more important."

Fox News to air interview with Navy SEAL who says he killed bin Laden - Stripes

Fox News Channel will reveal the identity of Osama bin Laden's killer in a two-part documentary next month.
"The Man Who Killed Usama Bin Laden" — that is Fox News' spelling — will premiere at 10 p.m. Nov. 11 and 12.

BBC refuses to include Green party in general election TV leader debates | The Guardian

The BBC has rejected a demand from the Green party to be included in the proposed TV leader election debates, saying that it, unlike Ukip, has not demonstrated any substantial increase in support.

BBC News - Sarah Payne's father Michael found dead at Kent home

The father of murdered schoolgirl Sarah Payne has been found dead at his home in Kent... Kent Police have not identified the occupant of the property but said the death was not suspicious.

BBC News - Japan Crown Princess Masako attends first banquet in 11 years

Princess Masako, 50, is the wife of Crown Prince Naruhito, the heir to the Japanese imperial throne.
She began to suffer from a stress-related illness after joining the imperial family in 1993.








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