Hong Kong protests: Live Report

People chat next to protest signs in different languages and a poster showing Hong Kong's chief executive Leung Chun-ying with fangs for teeth, near the central government offices in Hong Kong on September 30, 2014Hong Kong (AFP) - 09:23 GMT - 'Struggle for freedom' - Although numbers dwindled earlier in the day, as has been the pattern here with people returning to work, certainly the protests have shown no signs of petering out.



Hong Kong democracy protesters ignore leader's call to end demo

Protesters and student demonstrators hold up their cellphones in a display of solidarity during a protest outside the headquarters of Legislative Council in Hong Kong on September 29, 2014Hong Kong's embattled leader called Tuesday for an immediate end to street demonstrations that have drawn tens of thousands and paralysed parts of the city, but protesters refused to move until China grants genuine democracy.



Nicole Kidman reveals heartbreak at father's death

FILE - In this Jan. 8, 2005 file photo, psychologist Anthony Kidman, left, and his daughter, actress Nicole Kidman, arrive to the Palm Springs International Film Festival in Palm Springs, Calif. Actress Nicole Kidman on Tuesday, Sept. 30 2014, broke her public silence since the death of her father more than two weeks ago by sharing her heartbreak and thanking well-wishers for their comforting thoughts and prayers. (AP Photo/Chris Polk, File)SYDNEY (AP) — Nicole Kidman revealed she was heartbroken over the death of her father this month and thanked well-wishers for their comforting thoughts and prayers.



US Ebola labs, parts for clinic arrive in Liberia

An Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) employee walks past drying safety boots at MSF's Ebola isolation and treatment center, in Monrovia, Liberia, Monday Sept. 29, 2014. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak in West Africa authorities are desperately waiting for shipments of aid to help in the fight of this deadly disease. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — The United States military has delivered two mobile Ebola testing labs and the equipment to build a field hospital to Liberia.



British European Union exit 'wouldn't break my heart', PM Cameron says

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves Downing Street for the House of Commons, in central LondonBIRMINGHAM England (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron said on Tuesday it would not break his heart if Britain left the European Union, but said his preference was for his country to stay in a reformed EU after a new settlement with Brussels. Cameron, who has promised to renegotiate Britain's EU membership before offering voters an in-out referendum by 2017, is under pressure from the anti-EU UK Independence Party (UKIP) and some of his own lawmakers to toughen his rhetoric on Europe. ...





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