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Ships Agree To Go Slow In Bid To Save Whales — Environmentalists say a pilot programme in one of America's most precious natural locations could save the lives of endangered whales for generations to come. Campaigners have persuaded six global shipping companies to slow their vessels as they pass through the Santa Barbara Channel off the California coast.

Brit 'Disease Detective' Helps Ebola-Hit Dallas — A British "disease detective", who has become an information lifeline for residents of Dallas during the city's ebola crisis, has told Sky News she finds it "surreal" to be caught up in the outbreak. Dr Seema Yasmin is a public health professor but also works as a reporter for the city's Dallas Morning News newspaper.

Ebola: Dallas Shuns Panic As World Watches — When the man in hospital scrubs took his stool at the bar for lunch, his buddies jokingly shuffled away from him. "Get away from us, man," they yelled. "Haven't you heard of the ebola?" Their chuckling died down and they turned to the giant TV showing, oddly, the European Championship qualifier between Wales and Cyprus and continued drinking.

Celebrities Clip Wings Of Paparazzi Drones — A new law has been passed in California to prevent the paparazzi using drones to invade the privacy of celebrities. The legislation follows stars like Miley Cyrus posting videos of drones circling over their homes and is the latest battle in the age-old war between celebrities and the celebrity media machine.

'Dangerous Crossroads' For Hong Kong Protests — Authorities in Hong Kong have again called on 'Occupy' protesters to step aside and allow government offices and schools to operate as normal on Monday morning. There are signs that leaders of the protest movement are willing to co-operate with police and clear access routes on roads they have blocked for a week now.

Celebrity Power Boosts Youth Engagement In US — Sky News' Stand Up Be Counted: How It Works There is a group of people in this country who are invisible. They have little ability to influence politics, their voices are rarely heard in the news, and their opinions are largely ignored.

Missouri Unrest Goes Deeper Than Teen's Death — It is a rare sign of crisis in America when the National Guard have to take to the streets. No one can doubt that Ferguson, Missouri, is in crisis. That the UN Secretary General is urging law enforcement in an American city to "to exercise restraint" and "abide by US and international standards in dealing with demonstrators" reveals that these are remarkable times.

Police Fire Smoke Bombs At Missouri Protesters — Police have fired more smoke bombs at protesters in Missouri where an unarmed black teenager was shot dead by an officer. The violence comes just hours before a curfew will continue for a second night in the St Louis suburb of Ferguson. More follows...

Federal Autopsy Ordered On Black Teen's Body — Federal Autopsy Ordered On Black Teen's Body

Missouri Shooting: Robbery Claims Spark Unrest — Simmering Tension Amid Ferguson Robbery Claims What Ferguson, Missouri, did not need was another spark to re-ignite the flames of protest. The decision to name Officer Darren Wilson as the man who shot Michael Brown was welcomed by the community - to accompany it by naming Mr Brown as a robbery suspect was not.
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Oct 21, 2014

RT @NASA: .@BFI Yes, & shuttle Discovery shares its name w/ Spaceship Discovery One from the film. We didn't fly HAL, though.…

Oct 16, 2014

So the man NOT in a haz-mat WAS following protocol, in fact he is the medical safety coordinator…

Oct 15, 2014

Emory Hosp in Atlanta is leading Ebola centre @dallasnews @SecBurwell says Amber Vinson will be transferred to Emory for #Ebola treatment

Oct 15, 2014

Amber Joy Vinson named as 2nd Dallas nurse to contract #Ebola according to US media quoting family members.

Oct 15, 2014

132 passengers who were on Frontier Flight 1143 are being urged to call a hotline. Nurse was not showing #ebola symptoms at the time.

Oct 15, 2014

2nd Dallas nurse to contract #Ebola flew from Cleveland to Dallas the day before she started to show symptoms.

Oct 15, 2014

Neighbour of 2nd Dallas nurse to contract #Ebola - "It is a little alarming." Wonders how hospital staff weren't better protected.

Oct 15, 2014

Police activity at home of 2nd Dallas nurse to have contracted #Ebola - flat and communal areas being decontaminated

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