NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York City doctor who treated Ebola
patients in West Africa became the first person to test positive
for the virus in America's largest city, setting off fresh fears
about the spread of the disease.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - After months of focus on slack in U.S.
labor markets, the Federal Reserve faces a new challenge: the
possibility that weak inflation may be so firmly entrenched it
upends the return to normal monetary policy.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong protesters have created a
self-sustaining village within a month of taking their call for
democracy to the streets, setting up changing rooms, tents for
hire, a study area, first-aid stations and even their own security
patrols as they ready for the long haul.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - The gunman in Wednesday's attack on
Canada's capital had a criminal record and recently applied for a
passport, planning to travel to Syria after undergoing a
"radicalization process," police said on Thursday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders struck a deal on
a new target to cut carbon emissions out to 2030, calling it a new
global standard but leaving critics warning that compromises had
undermined the fight against climate change.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A hatchet-wielding attacker charged a
group of New York City police officers posing for a photograph on
Thursday, wounded two, one critically, before the assailant was
shot dead, police said.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union and Ukraine will
discuss a bridging loan to Kiev next week so that the country can
pay in advance for Russian gas deliveries for the coming months,
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday.
CARACAS (Reuters) - President Nicolas Maduro's government
said on Thursday it had taken over warehouses around Venezuela
crammed with medical goods and food that "bourgeois criminals" were
hoarding for speculation and contraband.