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2014 10 30, Thursday

Back Pain London - Same Day Service

RHINOS: One of the world's seven remaining northern white rhinos has died in Kenya
RATS: What diseases do New York City's rats carry?
WHALES: The private life of killer whales? Check out these first ever drone photos
DOGS: Channel 4 to screen grim footage of pet dogs stolen and slaughtered for meat in Vietnam
UK: #BANKING: Banks To Take £1bn Hit As Forex Deal Looms
FACEBOOK: Shares Slip On Cost Growth Warning
BRAZIL: stocks took a beating after presidential election
EGYPT: IMF cuts Egypt growth forecast citing concerns on tourism revenues
INDIA: Digging deep: Foreign firms may get to mine coal
TESCO: half-year pre-tax profits fell 92% - and the supermarket's chairman has quit.
UK: Lloyds Banking Group expected to cut 9,000 jobs
BANGLADESH Islamist leader Motiur Rahman Nizami sentenced to death
CHINA introduces rights for whistle-blowers for the first time amid crackdown on corruption
POWERPOINT files could be used to hack into your PC
GOOGLE: Employee Arrested by FBI for Nude Photo Scam
EFI: Silicon Valley company paid Indian employees just $1.21 an hour
SRI LANKA: says no hope of finding survivors from massive mudslide
SRI LANKA 100 buried alive in Sri Lanka tea region mudslide
KASHMIR: Infrastructure damage in Kashmir floods could touch Rs 6,000 crore
HONG KONG: Who created Hong Kong's 'Umbrella man'?
AFRICA: Ebola Epidemic: Where are the faith healers in Africa?
UNISLAMIC STATE: A long campaign against ISIS won't weaken them it could make them stronger
MALALA YOUSAFZAI: donates $50,000 to re-build UN schools in Gaza
MEXICO: Missing students: authorities are investigating a suspected mass grave
INDIA: Puducherry records massive spike in student suicides
UKRAINE: Prometheus brings light of online courses
AFRICA: EBOLA: crisis prompts Disasters Emergency Committee to launch first appeal in response to a disease
LEBANON: reports first suspected case of #Ebola
EBOLA: INDIA: braces for war on Ebola
NHS: UK: Dying patients 'could be treated with untested medicines' under proposed new law
EBOLA: World Health Organization won't discuss Ebola mistakes document
ANTARCTIC: 104-year-old notebook found beneath Antarctic ice
DYLAN THOMAS: A century after his birth, his poetry stands the test of time
POLAND: the Museum of the History of Polish Jews opens in Warsaw
SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC: Notebook from expedition discovered 100 years in ice
JANE FONDA: says movie studios have dumbed down by focusing on special effects-driven films
EGYPT: sentences another Al Jazeera journalist
UAE is a nation of television addicts
SPARTAN WARRIORS: Take Over London Underground
EGYPT: army readies to target Sinai extremists
IRAQ: IS militants execute 30 Iraqi tribal fighters, soldiers
LIBYA: UK: Army acts on Libya troops sex assaults
UK government accused of failing to live up to health care promises to military veterans
SYRIA: ISIS makes advance on city of Idlib, beheads up to 70 Syrian army chiefs
POLAND: to move troops to border with Ukraine due to 'biggest security crisis since Cold War
PANDORA: Now Sharing Listener Data With Artists
EGYPT: Renowned Egyptian musician Hani Mehanna sentenced to jail over fraud
GOOGLE: music service adds mood to the mix
VINYL: AUSTRALIA: Getting into the groove with Australia's last record maker
UAE tops world full-time jobs league
INDIA: Turning flowers into paint to tackle poverty
MALTA in 99th place in gender equality survey
UK: Broken Britain: Over Five Million Britons In Low-Paid Jobs
QUEEN ELIZABETH: sends first royal tweet
SWEDEN to officially recognize Palestinian state on Thursday
ISIS in RUSSIA: Russian fears of IS grow, amid arrests of migrant workers in Moscow
UKRAINE: voters are to go to the polls in snap parliamentary elections
EUROPE: EU leaders agree to landmark 2030 climate deal
CANADA: A gunman has been shot dead inside the Canadian Parliament
UK: NHS: Ministers Risk Controversy With NHS Sale Plan
TUNISIA: to raise retirement age two years to ease fiscal plight
SAMSUNG: Admits Mobile Woes As Profits Plunge
GOOGLE: data collection worries Americans more than NSA
UAE: Macy’s and Bloomingdales are coming to Abu Dhabi
AUDI: claims speed record with RS7 self-driving car
GMAIL 5.0: One app for all your email accounts
MUSLIMS: Girls’ jihadi quest stirs Muslim communities’ fear
DIWALI: India celebrate Diwali, the biggest Hindu festival
SYRIA: Syrian Christians take shelter in Istanbul church
MECCA: Fifteen Egyptian pilgrims die in Mecca
Zambian president Michael Sata has died, say family sources. He was 77
JACK BRUCE:  Cream Bassist Dies Aged 71
UK: LYNDA BELLINGHAM: TV Actress And Presenter Dies
IAN PAISLEY: Northern Ireland Politician dies at 88
JUPITER: gets a "giant eye" in eerie Hubble
MARS: Will there be a second Indian mission to Mars in 4 years?
SPACE: Supply rocket explodes at liftoff
MARS: Infertile Field of Mars? Colonization plans marred by gravity, radiation fears
NASA observatory captures largest sunspot in two decades
CYCLING: Glow in the dark ‘Tron’ style cycle lanes set to come to the UK
SURFING: UAE surfer takes to world stage
BASEBALL: USA: Baseball: St Louis Cardinals' Oscar Taveras killed in car crash
SURFING: Newquay surfer deaths: Lifeguard cover to be reviewed following tragedy
FOOTBALL: South African football captain Senzo Meyiwa, 27, shot dead by burglars
FOOTBALL: UK: Manchester City FC to display trophies in Abu Dhabi
AFRICA: Ebola fears ripple across continent to hurt east African tourism
UK: RAIL: HS3 could cost more per mile than HS2
USA: New York's JFK to start Ebola screening
UK: London Underground strike: Tube workers set to walk out for 48 hours next week
EGYPT CLAMPDOWN: police arrests 34 students amid clashes, army storms campus
HUNGARY: Tens of thousands revolt against internet tax
INDIA ‘love jihad’ claims fuel Hindu-Muslim tensions
EGYPT: declares state of emergency following violence
EGYPT: Tension rises in Egyptian universities as clashes continue
JORDAN: 'Heavy rain' expected Sunday; authorities call for taking safety measures
BERMUDA: Power out, trees fall as Hurricane Gonzalo crosses Bermuda
INDIA: Cyclone Hudhud - India intensifies efforts to provide aid to 400,000 people, as death toll rises
Cyclone Hudhud bears down on India, forcing 370,000 to flee