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By MARK STEVENSON | October 01, 2014 5:18 am
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  • Germany reports Eurofighter manufacturing fault
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 5:13 am
    The joint venture making the Eurofighter plane said Wednesday that it was managing a problem discovered with the fuselage after Germany's military suspended deliveries of the plane.
  • Taiwan throws support behind HK democracy demands
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 5:00 am
    Taiwan, an island that China's ruling Communist Party has long sought to bring into its fold under the same "one country, two systems" arrangement it has for Hong Kong, has thrown its support behind Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement.
  • France's Socialists detail hefty spending cuts
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 4:54 am
    France's Socialist government has detailed a 21 billion-euro ($26.5 billion) cost-cutting plan, the biggest in the country's modern history, saying it will focus on trimming welfare benefits.
  • UN: At least 1,119 Iraqis killed in September
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 4:48 am
    The United Nations said Wednesday that at least 1,119 Iraqis died in violence in September but that the real figure was likely much higher since the reported death toll did not include killings in areas controlled by the Islamic State group.
  • Protesters to HK boss: Quit or we occupy buildings
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 4:48 am
    Student leaders of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong warned Wednesday that if the territory's leader doesn't resign by the end of Thursday they will step up their actions, including occupying several important government buildings.
  • New Polish premier wants more US military presence
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 4:43 am
    Poland's new prime minister says she will seek a greater U.S. military presence in Poland because the conflict in neighboring Ukraine has made Poland's security and the U.S.-Polish relationship even more important.
  • Ireland unit seeking secret IRA graves finds body
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 4:42 am
    Forensic experts searching for the long-hidden graves of Irish Republican Army victims say they have found the remains of a body during a month-long search of bogland.
  • Philippines won't send troops to unclear mission
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 4:42 am
    The Philippine president said Wednesday his government would no longer deploy peacekeepers in "impossible" missions like the Golan Heights, where Filipino forces were attacked by Syrian insurgents.
  • Moet bets on bubbly in China with sparkling winery
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 4:36 am
    France's Moet Hennessy is betting on China's taste for bubbly with the launch of sales this month by the first foreign-owned Chinese winery devoted to sparkling wine.
  • World's 1st bullet train, made in Japan, turns 50
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 4:36 am
    It was, retired Japanese railway engineer Fumihiro Araki recalls, "like flying in the sky."
  • Ukraine rebels close in on Donetsk airport
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 4:19 am
    Rebels in eastern Ukraine appeared to be successfully closing in on the government-held airport in Donetsk Wednesday, a strategic victory for the pro-Russian separatists that further undermines a shaky cease-fire in the region.
  • Official: School blasts kill 17, including 10 kids
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 4:12 am
    A Syrian official says 17 people, including 10 children, have been killed in twin explosions near a school in the central city of Homs.
  • Bodies found on Japan volcano, raising toll to 48
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 3:19 am
    One body recovered near the volcano's summit was in a squatting position and had to be dug out of a thick layer of ash. Another was caught between huge boulders bigger than large refrigerators. Police who recovered a dozen bodies on Wednesday portrayed a painful scene of death around the summit where hikers enjoying a weekend autumn hike were caught by the mountain's surprise eruption.
  • NATO gets new chief_one Putin may approve of
    Associated Press | October 01, 2014 2:24 am
    At a time of daunting geopolitical crises, NATO is undergoing its own version of regime change, with the arrival of a new chief official who has the blessing, at least temporarily, of one of the West's biggest adversaries: Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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