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Back to School, Though Not Back to Normal, in a Liberia Still Fearful of Ebola
Ebola cases have receded into the single digits in Liberia, but fear of the virus and a depressed economy have dampened a back-to-school campaign.


News Analysis: U.S. Strategy in Iraq Increasingly Relies on Iran
Iran has helped the Iraqis hold the line against Islamic State advances, analysts say, while American advisers train Iraq?s armed forces.


News Analysis: What Netanyahu Chose Not to Say in Speech Signals a Slight Shift
The stances of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Obama remain far apart, but the Israeli leader?s remarks did raise the question of whether he could ultimately accept an imperfect deal.


John Kerry Flies to Saudi Arabia to Discuss Iran Nuclear Talks
Mr. Kerry plans to meet with King Salman and to consult with foreign ministers from Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.


Chinese Premier Sketches a Lofty Vision for Private Enterprise but Warns of Obstacles
Prime Minister Li Keqiang lowered the country?s yearly target for economic growth and announced efforts to reduce China?s dependence on government-led infrastructure investment, heavy industry and low-end exports.


Kuta Village Journal: Beach Dogs, a Bitten Girl and a Roiling Debate in Bali
On average, more than 4,000 people a month were bitten by dogs on Bali, an island of four million people, from 2010 to 2012.


U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Is Hospitalized After Knife Attack
The ambassador, Mark W. Lippert, was in stable condition after the attack by a South Korean assailant protesting joint American-South Korean military exercises.


China?s Military Budget Increasing 10% for 2015, Official Says
A legislative spokeswoman has estimated that military spending will expand at a rate faster than the overall Chinese economy.

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•  US museum group bans selfie stick
The Smithsonian museum group in Washington DC has banned the fashionable photography aid, the selfie stick, to "protect visitors" in crowded conditions.
•  Erdogan fined for statue insult
Turkey's president is fined for making disparaging remarks about a statue in 2011.
•  'Mystery amphibian' sought in Vietnam
Environment officials are at a loss to identify metre-long amphibian pulled from a pond in northern Vietnam.
•  Moles dig for history in Denmark
Moles are being used by a museum in Denmark to help gather information at an archaeological site.
•  Finn given 54,000-euro speeding fine
Millionaire fined 54,000 euros under Finland's earnings-linked speeding penalty system.

BBC: World [Video&Audio]
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•  VIDEO: Ambassador filmed moments after attack
The US ambassador to South Korea was attacked in Seoul by a man who slashed him with a knife.
•  VIDEO: India film: 'The ban is misguided'
Film-maker Leslee Udwin has described the authorities' banning of her documentary in India as 'misguided' and warns that it 'will muzzle free speech'.
•  VIDEO: Worldwide risk of massive flooding
The World Resources Institute warn that the number of people affected by river flooding around the world could almost triple over the next 15 years.
•  VIDEO: Mine survivor speaks of horror
Some 33 miners are feared dead in a suspected methane gas blast at a coal mine in a rebel-held region of eastern Ukraine.
•  VIDEO: Chinese 'maternity tourism' to US
Many Chinese women are travelling to the US to give birth, a phenomenon known as maternity tourism.

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