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us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - VOA
1. Lt. Colonel Taking Power in Burkina Faso
A lieutenant colonel in Burkina Faso's presidential guard has declared himself the new head of state.   Yacouba Issac Zida said Saturday in a statement broadcast on the radio and posted on the Internet that he is assuming the "responsibilities of head of this transition and head of state to guarantee the continuity of the state."   "While waiting to define in a consensual manner, with all the political parties and civil society organizations, the content...
Originally posted at VOA 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - VOA
2. Zambian President's Remains Return Home
The remains of Zambia's late president return to the country Saturday. Michael Sata died Tuesday in a hospital in London from an unspecified illness.   Information Minister Joseph Katema says the president's body will lie in state in Lusaka's Mulungushi Conference Hall and a state funeral will be held November 11.   For months, officials in the southern African nation had repeatedly denied that Sata was sick, despite making several trips abroad for medical...
Originally posted at VOA 

 
 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - VOA
3. Boko Haram: Kidnapped Schoolgirls 'Married Off'
 The leader of Nigeria's Islamic extremist group Boko Haram says the 219 schoolgirls kidnapped in Chibok earlier this year have all converted to Islam and have been married off. Abubakar Shekau said in a video the girls, who he says are now in their marital homes, have memorized two chapters of the Quran. Nigeria had announced it was in negotiations with Boko Haram to release the girls.  Shekau denied those claims, saying he did not know the man who claimed to represent...
Originally posted at VOA 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - Reuters Politics
4. Upside-down politics in Rhode Island governor's race
(Reuters) - In Rhode Island, the next governor could be a Democrat preferred by Wall Street or a Republican favored by rank-and-file union members.
Originally posted at Reuters Politics 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - Pajhwok
5. Would-be bomber blown up in Kandahar
by Bashir Ahmad Naadem on 1 November, 2014 - 16:03 KANDAHAR (Pajhwok): A would-be suicide bomber was blown up by his own explosives before reaching his target in southern Kandahar province on Saturday, an official said.  (Read more)read more
Originally posted at Pajhwok 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - Pajhwok
6. Man guns down father, 3 brothers
by Ajmal Wisal on 1 November, 2014 - 15:30 TIRINKOT (Pajhwok): A man shot dead his father and three brothers in central Uruzgan province as a result og what appeared to be a family dispute, the governor said on Saturday.  (Read more)read more
Originally posted at Pajhwok 

 
 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - Pajhwok
7. Pakistan backs China’s efforts for Afghan stability: Aziz
by Pajhwok Report on 1 November, 2014 - 15:26 KABUL (Pajhwok): A senior Pakistani official on Saturday said Islamabad fully supported Beijing’s constructive contribution and five-point proposal envisaged by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang for Afghanistan’s peace and economic development.   (Read more)read more
Originally posted at Pajhwok 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - Pajhwok
8. 12 security personnel killed in Logar
by Abdul Maqsood Azizi on 1 November, 2014 - 14:05 PUL-I-ALAM (Pajhwok): A suicide attack in central Logar province killed nine security personnel and injured some 20 civilians, an official said on Saturday.  (Read more)read more
Originally posted at Pajhwok 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - NPR
9. Hollaback! Video Calls Out Catcallers, But Cuts Out White Men
In the video, most of the men who street-harass, who cat-call, yell sand follow the woman are black and Latino. Noticeably absent from the video? White men.
Originally posted at NPR 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - News.com.au
10. There is life after Year 12 exams
YEAR 12 exams may seem like the be all and end all at the time but five high-profile West Australian’s are urging students to keep things in perspective as they begin final exams tomorrow.
Originally posted at News.com.au 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - News.com.au
11. Perth street to become giant water slide
ONE of Perth’s main streets could be transformed into a giant water slide this summer.
Originally posted at News.com.au 

 
 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - News.com.au
12. Miranda Kerr a work of art in Northbridge
A NORTHBRIDGE eyesore has been transformed into a work of art.
Originally posted at News.com.au 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - News.com.au
13. Pollies have ‘great craniums for cartoonists’
EARNING the hatred of the Premier and covering everything from Schapelle Corby to Kevin Rudd — it’s all in a decade’s work for Smithy.
Originally posted at News.com.au 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - News.com.au
14. Man sits on whale as sharks circle
A MAN was photographed sitting on a whale carcass as it was being circled by sharks off Rottnest Island. Picture: Seven News/Twitter. | GALLERY
Originally posted at News.com.au 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - News.com.au
15. Have your say about South Australia’s future
HAVE your say on South Australia’s future by taking the Sunday Mail’s Your State, Your Say survey inside here.
Originally posted at News.com.au 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:46 - News.com.au
16. Airborne jumping castle injures Vic teens
FOUR teenagers have been injured in Victoria when a jumping castle was caught in a wind gust.
Originally posted at News.com.au 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - Hürriyet Daily News
17. Biden concerned by tension between Greek Cyprus, Turkey
US Vice President Biden telephones president of Greek Cyprus to express concern over renewed tension with Turkey
Originally posted at Hürriyet Daily News 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - Hürriyet Daily News
18. Two Chinese miners killed in Turkey, two trapped in separate accident
Rescue workers find bodies of two Chinese miners after collapse in Turkey's Bartın
Originally posted at Hürriyet Daily News 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - FoxNews World
19. Yemen security officials say Shiite rebels kill 4 in attack on Islamist party headquarters
Yemen security officials say Shiite rebels have attacked an Islamist party headquarters in a central province, killing four guards and blowing up the building.
Originally posted at FoxNews World 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - FoxNews World
20. 2nd Burkina Faso soldier declares he is head of state after protest push president from power
A largely unknown military colonel has emerged to say he has taken the helm of Burkina Faso, hours after an army general had made a similar declaration following the ouster of the country's president of 27 years.
Originally posted at FoxNews World 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - FoxNews World
21. UK warns British travelers they could be targeted by Islamic State group terrorists
Britain has taken the unusual step of issuing a general terror warning to all U.K. travelers overseas because of fears that they could be targeted by Islamic State group terrorists seeking revenge for coalition actions in the Middle East.
Originally posted at FoxNews World 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - FoxNews World
22. UN report: At least 1,273 Iraqis killed in October violence, a slight increase over last month
The United Nations mission in Baghdad says at least 1,273 Iraqis were killed in violence in October, a slight increase compared to last month amid the ongoing assault by the extremist Islamic State group.
Originally posted at FoxNews World 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - FoxNews World
23. Cruise liner aground in northern Norway, no injuries, no damage
Norwegian rescue officials say a Bahamas-registered cruise liner with more than a thousand people on board has run aground in northern Norway, in sight of the pier where it was to be moored.
Originally posted at FoxNews World 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - FoxNews U.S.
24. California storm dampens World Series parade in San Francisco before moving south
Authorities say several homes in Ventura County have been evacuated after mud and debris from a hillside struck at least two of them and partially buried one man.
Originally posted at FoxNews U.S. 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - FoxNews Entertainment
25. Hello Kitty celebrates 40th anniversary
When she came to life in 1974, she was a kitty without a name, sitting sideways in blue overalls and a big red bow, on a coin purse for Japanese girls. On Saturday, fans around the world celebrate the 40th anniversary of this global icon of "cute-cool." That is, Hello Kitty.
Originally posted at FoxNews Entertainment 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - FoxNews Entertainment
26. 30 years later, ‘CHiPs’ cast reunites
It’s been more than 30 years since Ponch and Jon rode off into the sunset on the hit buddy cop show CHiPs.
Originally posted at FoxNews Entertainment 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - CNN Top
27. Flight puzzle solved?
Investigators say they think they know the location of Amelia Earhart's plane.
Originally posted at CNN Top 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - CNN Top
28. Can pot plants make you creative?
So, there is this monkey, living in the jungle.
Originally posted at CNN Top 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - CNN Top
29. He made millions by shining shoes
Suede slip-ons, elegant high-heels or lace-up brogues -- whatever shoes you wear in an important business meeting you want to look your shiny best. Some people apply polish with a brush and others choose a cloth, while those coming from afar often leave the task to the capable hands of craftsmen who can make travel-worn footwear look like brand new.
Originally posted at CNN Top 

 
us  Sat, 1-Nov-2014 14:45 - CNN Top
30. Who are last kings of Africa?
For the past five years, Austria-based art historian and photographer Alfred Weidinger has traveled across Africa in search of royalty. His photography project, The Last Kings of Africa, is his attempt to capture the beauty and mystique of the region's most powerful sovereigns. So far he has photographed 220 tribal kings and leaders, with many more to go.
Originally posted at CNN Top 

 
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