|New Yorkers Told Not to Panic with First Confirmed Case of Ebola|
New York City officials on Friday urged people not to panic one day after a medical doctor was tested positive for Ebola virus, the first confirmed case in the Big Apple.
|2 Dead, Including Gunman, 4 Injured in School Shooting in Washington State|
Police said two students were dead and four others were injured in a shooting incident Friday morning at Marysville Pilchuck High School north of Seattle.
|Dongfeng, Nissan Recall Autos for Airbag Defect|
Chinese automaker Dongfeng Automobile and its joint-venture partner Nissan Motors said on Friday they will recall more than 10,000 vehicles for a safety hazard in airbags, according to China's top quality watchdog.
|US and South Korea Agree to Delay Wartime Control Transfer|
The United States has agreed to delay the transfer of wartime control of South Korean troops which was previously scheduled for next year. US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the transfer will occur when South Korea has "necessary defensive capabilities".
|China Sept. Home Prices Continue to Moderate |
The National Bureau of Statistics is reporting new home prices in 69 of 70 major cities monitored are reporting month-on-month drops. The only exception is the city of Xiamen, where home prices remained flat from the previous month.
|Tianjin Submitted Free Trade Zone Application|
Tianjin has reportedly submitted an application to the State Council, waiting for the last step of its approvals. It is expected to be the next free trade zone in China after Shanghai.
|Over 500 Interrogated at Sports Gym over Pyramid Scheme|
More than 2000 police in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, detained over 500 suspects for allegedly taking part in an illegal pyramid scheme and interrogated them at a sports gymnasium on Thursday.
|Luc Besson's Lucy Out in China|
Luc Besson's latest sci-fi film Lucy opens in Chinese cinemas today. Lucy has grossed over 400 million US dollars worldwide since its release last summer.
|Christie's Opens Autum Sales in Shanghai|
Christie's has opened its autumn auction and exhibition in Shanghai. The auction features over 60 art pieces by Pablo Picasso, Salvatore Dali, Andy Worhol and some contemparory Chinese artists.
|Creative Wuhan Firefighter Posters|
A set of creative firefighter posters has been recently released by the Wuhan Fire Brigade in central China's Hubei province. The posters depict the training and daily lives of young firefighters born after 1990.
|Alumni Pledges a 300-million-yuan Donation to Chongqing University|
Southwest China's Chongqing University has recently received a 300-million-yuan donation from alum Tang Lixin. The sum is now the single highest alumni donation in China.
|Qatar Beat North Korea 1-0 in AFC Under-19 Final|
Undefeated Qatar claimed their first AFC Under-19 Championship title after a 1-0 victory against three-time winners North Korea.
|Sam Smith Leads MOBO Winners|
British singer Sam Smith cleaned up at this year's Mobo awards in the UK. The 22-year-old won Best Album for his debut record 'In The Lonely Hour', Best Male, Best R'n'B/Soul Act and Best Song for 'Stay With Me'.
|Tokyo International Film Festival Kicks off in Japan|
The 27th Tokyo International Film Festival has kicked off in Japan. Mascots of animated characters and superheroes paraded down the red carpet for the opening night.
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