News Headlines - 14 October 2015

Chinese Censors Are Giving North Korea a P.R. Makeover | ChinaFile

But that all appears to have changed; an October 12 search on Baidu blocks all mentions of the term for failing to cohere with “relevant rules and regulations,” although a search for “little fatty Kim the third” calls up a dead link that promises to lead to 336,081 related images, a vestige of the term’s bygone ubiquity. On Weibo, as of October 12, searches for the term have been blocked, also “in accordance with relevant rules and regulations.” Such language typically indicates that officials have sought censorship.

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey now critically ill - Telegraph

A British nurse being treated for a late complication of an Ebola infection is now critically ill after her condition deteriorated, medics treating her have revealed... Miss Cafferkey's sister has claimed doctors "missed a big opportunity" to spot she had fallen ill with Ebola again when she was told at a clinic she had a virus, describing her treatment as "absolutely diabolical".

UK jobless rate hits 7-year low, BoE to note cooler pay growth | Reuters

Britain's unemployment rate fell to 5.4 percent in the three months to August, down from 5.5 percent in the three months to July, the Office for National Statistics said.
It was the lowest jobless rate since the second quarter of 2008, before the worst of the financial crisis, and below a median forecast of 5.5 percent in a Reuters poll of economists.

Online attackers steal £20m from UK bank accounts - BBC News

The UK's National Crime Agency is hunting cyber-attackers who stole more than £20m from British bank accounts.
Malware called Dridex harvested victims' online banking details so the attackers could siphon off funds.

Divorcees who accused ex-husbands win supreme court fight to seek more money | Daily Mail Online

Two divorcees who accused their ex-husbands of lying about their true wealth have won their Supreme Court battle for the right to seek more money from them.
In a landmark ruling which lawyers said could open the floodgates for similar claims, the UK's highest court upheld challenges by Alison Sharland, 48, from Wilmslow, Cheshire, and Varsha Gohil, 50, from north London.








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