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Charity decries US Ebola quarantine
Thursday, 30 October 2014 23:29
31 October 2014Last updated at 02:36
Police in Fort KentPolice are watching the home of a nurse in north-eastern US

The medical charity Doctors Without Borders has warned that some mandatory US state Ebola quarantines are having a "chilling effect" on operations.

The group has said it may shorten some assignments to West Africa as a result of recent state restrictions.

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  • NEW: Director Rob Bliss says the men in the video were just a small sample
  • NEW: He denies any intent to show one race over another
  • The video features mostly black and Latino men
  • Woman in video says "men of all colors" have harassed her

(CNN) -- The director of a video showing a woman being catcalled on the streets of New York has weighed in on the seeming racial disparity of the men featured.

Police found no threat at Boeing Everett plant
Thursday, 30 October 2014 23:19

DEVELOPING- Police in Everett, Wash. are responding to an unconfirmed report of a gunman at the Boeing plant, The Associated Press reports.

Police spokesman Aaron Snell said Thursday night that nearly two hours after police received two reports of a man "potentially carrying a rifle," officers have found no sign of anyone with a weapon.

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Snell says police are doing their "due diligence" after the reports came in around 7 p.m.

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    This split image shows an undated image of Eric Frein, charged with killing one Pennsylvania State Trooper and seriously wounding another in a late night ambush, left, and his updated mugshot on the FBI website after his capture, right. (AP/FBI)

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    This undated file photo provided by the Pennsylvania State Police shows Eric Frein, who has eluded police, but is charged with killing one Pennsylvania State Trooper and seriously wounding another in a late night ambush.

By Joe McDonald

TANNERSVILLE Pa. (Reuters) - The survivalist suspected of killing a Pennsylvania state trooper and seriously wounding a second officer in a sniper attack in September was taken into custody after a seven-week manhunt, police said on Thursday.

Eric Matthew Frein, 31, eluded capture by hundreds of law enforcement officers who had been searching for him since the Sept. 12 ambush of the troopers outside a state police barracks in Blooming Grove.

Key Jerusalem holy site 'to reopen'
Thursday, 30 October 2014 23:19
31 October 2014Last updated at 01:47
Israeli border policemen prevent Palestinians from entering the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in the old city of Jerusalem on October 30, 2014 Israel closed off the holy site for the first time in years on Thursday

Israel says it will reopen a key holy site in Jerusalem on Friday after closing it due to unrest in the city.

Those tread marks all over the back of the Carolina jerseys today are courtesy of the New Orleans Saints, who ran over the Panthers on Thursday night 28-10 and permanently changed the balance of power in the NFC South in 2014.

The Panthers had held at least a share of first place all season, but they now are in second place in a division that will send only one team to the playoffs.

The New Orleans Saints' seven-game road losing streak is over. They look like the team to beat once again in the NFC South after their 28-10 victory in Carolina on Thursday. Here were our takeaways:

1. It's amazing how quickly a season can turn around. Five days ago, the Saints were 2-4 and gearing up to face Green Bay, the hottest team in the NFL.

LOS ANGELES – “I wanna leave my footprints on the sands of time; know there was something there, and something that I left behind,” Beyonce sang before the United Nations General Assembly in New York to promote World Humanitarian Day in 2012, offering a rendition of her song “I Was Here.

BREAUX BRIDGE, LA (WAFB) - Two children died and another is in serious condition following an early morning crash in Breaux Bridge. Louisiana State Police have identified the driver who was arrested after the crash and say he is in critical condition.

The initial investigation by State Police revealed the crash happened around 7:30 a.m. as 32-year-old Jeremy J. Abraham of Breaux Bridge was driving a 2007 Ford F-150 eastbound on Martin Street. At the same time, three juvenile pedestrians were walking eastbound along Martin Street.

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