Thursday , 27 November 2014

National News

Police Clear Mong Kok Protest Site

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Hong Kong police have cleared the most volatile protest site and arrested several student leaders in a 24-hour operation that marked a new phase in the two-month long occupation. Read More »

Ferguson Hit by Second Night of Protests

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Protesters took to the streets in Ferguson, Mo. for a second consecutive night in response to the grand-jury decision not to indict a police officer in the shooting death of an unarmed teenager this summer. Read More »

EU: 'Right to Be Forgotten' Should Be Extended

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In a new set of guidelines agreed on in Brussels, the body representing the EU’s 28 national privacy regulators said that search engines should apply the bloc’s new right to be forgotten to all of their websites. Read More »

Nigeria Raises Interest Rate

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The Central Bank of Nigeria raised the country’s interest rate to a record high, in a move aimed at curtailing speculation against its currency—battered in recent months by the slide in oil price. Read More »