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Morning Digest: Ten killed, including police, as violence sweeps southeast Turkey

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Ten killed, including police, as violence sweeps southeast Turkey
ISTANBUL/MURSITPINAR (Reuters) - At least ten people died in eastern Turkey when gunmen opened fire on police, and Kurds angry over a siege by Islamist militants on their ethnic kin in Syria clashed with other groups in the country's sixth largest city, local media said on Friday..
Hong Kong protesters regroup after government rejects talks
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hundreds of protesters regrouped in central Hong Kong on Friday to push their call for democracy, a day after the government called off talks with students aimed at defusing a two-week standoff that has shaken communist China's capitalist hub..
Global shares hit six-month low as growth worries mount
LONDON (Reuters) - Global shares fell to a six-month trough and Brent crude futures tumbled to their lowest since 2010 on Friday as investors worried about the prospect of a widespread economic slowdown just as U.S. monetary stimulus nears its end..
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page comes up with a whole lotta book
LONDON (Reuters) - Truth be told, it will take a pretty strong fan of Jimmy Page and his erstwhile band Led Zeppelin to buy the celebrated rock guitarist's new book..
Colts need Luck, late fumble to beat Texans
(Reuters) - A late fumble by Houston quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick allowed the Indianapolis Colts to escape with a 33-28 road victory over the Texans on Thursday..
Obama says unequivocally committed to 'net neutrality'
SANTA MONICA Calif. (Reuters) - President Barack Obama declared himself fully committed to "net neutrality" on Thursday while U.S. regulators review controversial new regulations that would govern how Internet service providers (ISPs) manage traffic on their networks..
Rattlesnake repertoire boosts snake-like robot's skills
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - How do you make a better snake robot? You study snakes, of course..
Ebola may be popular horror-theme among some U.S. party-goers this Halloween
NEW YORK (Reuters) - If Halloween is supposed to be spooky, at least some costumes worn this year by party-goers in the United States promise to be terrifying..
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