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Major Floods Hit Western Norway
Major Floods Hit Western Norway

Heavy rains have caused severe flooding across western Norway, cutting off villages and leaving residents stranded. The villages of Flam, Voss and Odda have been the worst hit, with roads closed and buildings damaged. In Flam, two rescue helicopters had to be called in on Wednesday (October 29) to help carry 22 stranded people to safety. Overnight, five houses and a bridge were destroyed by the force of the water in Odda in Hordaland county, as rivers burst their banks.

Obama "Frustrated" Over State's Ebola Policies
Obama "Frustrated" Over State's Ebola Policies

U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday (October 29) emphasized his support for traveling Ebola medics at a White House event with doctors and nurses who are volunteering in West Africa. "We need to call them what they are, which is American heroes. They deserve our gratitude and they deserve to be treated with dignity and respect," Obama said after being introduced by Dr. Kent Brantly who was treated for Ebola in Atlanta after contracting virus in West Africa.

Giant Haul of Illegal Drugs Go Up in Flames in Afghanistan
Giant Haul of Illegal Drugs Go Up in Flames in Afghanistan

A giant haul of illegal drugs is prepared for destruction in Afghanistan. The confiscated drugs include raw opium, hashish and chemicals used to process opium into heroin.

Flying Car Prototype Takes to the Skies
Flying Car Prototype Takes to the Skies

Up, up and away...this is the AeroMobil 3.0, a car/plane hybrid its inventors say will revolutionise the transport industry. The flying car weighs just 400 kilograms and has a flying range of 700 kilometres, making a trip between Paris in Munich in one go.

Ancient Baby Mammoth on Display in Moscow
Ancient Baby Mammoth on Display in Moscow

Thirty-nine thousand years old and not looking too shabby, this baby woolly mammoth went on display in central Moscow. The female was found on Russia's Arctic coast in 2010 by tusk hunters. Named Yuka, she is exceptionally well-preserved, says Yury Burlakov from the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Elton John Continues His Fight Against HIV/AIDS
Elton John Continues His Fight Against HIV/AIDS

For the 13th time Elton John called upon his friends to help raise money for HIV/AIDS. The British singer held his annual An Enduring Vision to support the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) in New York on Tuesday (October 28). "I started the Elton John AIDS Foundation 22 years ago. Can you believe that? The difference 22 years can make. It's completely different - it's a completely different world today we're living in," John told the crowd.

Iraqi Security Forces Retake Town South of Baghdad
Iraqi Security Forces Retake Town South of Baghdad

Just south of Baghdad, Iraqi forces are on patrol in a virtual ghost town. They reclaimed the town after days of fierce fighting, in an operation that is part of a larger effort by Iraqi security forces to prevent Islamic State militants from reaching Baghdad.

U.S. Air Force Launches GPS Satellite from Cape Canaveral
U.S. Air Force Launches GPS Satellite from Cape Canaveral

Atop a bed of fire and smoke, United Launch Alliance's Atlas V rocket blasted off on its fiftieth flight on Wednesday, carrying a GPS satellite for the U.S. Air Force. Liftoff took place on schedule at 1321edt (1721gmt). Wednesday's launch takes place a day after an unmanned supply rocket, headed toward the International Space Station, exploded shortly after liftoff from a launch pad in Virginia, destroying supplies and equipment bound for the orbiting outpost.

Harry Potter-Themed Hotel Rooms Are Magical
Harry Potter-Themed Hotel Rooms Are Magical

A hotel room that's a dream for Harry Potter fans. The Georgian House Hotel in London offers guests the opportunity to feel as if they're sleeping at Hogwarts, the school of wizardry in the Harry Potter book series.

Zambia's Scott Becomes Africa's First White Leader in 20 Years
Zambia's Scott Becomes Africa's First White Leader in 20 Years

Vice-president Guy Scott is now the interim-president of Zambia, making him the first white African leader since South Africa's F.W. de Klerk lost to Nelson Mandela in the 1994 election that ended apartheid. He takes the role following the death of president Michael Sata in a London hospital. Scott will remain interim leader until an election in three months to install a successor.

EU Budget Fines Can't Be Ruled Out Yet
EU Budget Fines Can't Be Ruled Out Yet

No penalties for now - but France's and Italy's proposed 2015 budgets could still get them into trouble with the EU. The new Commission which takes office on Saturday will decide in a few weeks time if any EU member has broken the rules on fiscal stability. Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Jyrki Katainen says at the moment there's no evidence of serious non-compliance.

Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Arm Restores Amputee Dexterity
Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Arm Restores Amputee Dexterity

This Swedish amputee plugs his prosthetic limb directly into the bone of his arm. Once screwed in place, it connects electrodes to his nerves and muscles... translating his thoughts into action. Identified only as Magnus, he's been trialing the bionic arm since January 2013, and reports say it's given him an unprecedented level of dexterity.

Legal Costs Hit Deutsche Bank
Legal Costs Hit Deutsche Bank

A 92 million euro loss was a hefty third quarter blow for Germany's top lender. And it's legal charges that are eating into Deutsche Bank's modest two percent rise in net revenue. It spent almost 900 million euros on litigation costs, bringing total spending on fines and settlements to 7 billion euros since 2012. And George Hay from Reuters Breakingviews says the bank still can't say when the pain will end.

Ukraine's Poroshenko Condemns "Pseudo-Elections" in East
Ukraine's Poroshenko Condemns "Pseudo-Elections" in East

The leader of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic visits towns in Ukraine's East ahead of a November 2 vote in rebel-controlled areas. Alexander Zakharchenko has big ambitions.

Cocoa Couture
Cocoa Couture

The hallowed catwalks of Paris were scattered with crumbs on Tuesday (October 28), after a fashion show that featured only garments made from chocolate. The show marked the opening of the 20th annual Paris Salon du Chocolat, an exhibition that draws people and businesses from around the world to unveil new products and display their chocolate-based wares.

Pope Renews Appeal to Eradicate Ebola
Pope Renews Appeal to Eradicate Ebola

Speaking at his weekly audience in St. Peter's Square on Wednesday (October 29), Pope Francis renewed his appeal for the international community to ''make every necessary effort'' to eradicate the "relentless" Ebola virus and help the stricken populations.

Explosion Could Dent Orbital Profit
Explosion Could Dent Orbital Profit

The explosion of the unmanned supply rocket made by Orbital Sciences could dent its bottom line. The Antares rocket blew up shortly after lift off from a launch pad in Virginia and burst into flames. The NASA contractor says the rocket and the cargo ship it carried for the international space station cost $200 million. NASA's cargo resupply program makes up over a fifth of Orbital's sales, according to Wells Fargo.

Hawaii Lava Flow Hits Property, Threatens Dozens More
Hawaii Lava Flow Hits Property, Threatens Dozens More

The ribbon of molten lava on the Big Island of Hawaii has been slogging towards the small town of Pahoa- (PA-HO-A) for weeks, threatening homes. On Tuesday, the lava finally claimed a house and now residents of some 50 other homes are being urged to prepare to leave. "My parents build the house 36 years ago. The initial shock was like you were losing a person, like a loved one in your family."

A Bird's Eye View of Antares Rocket Explosion
A Bird's Eye View of Antares Rocket Explosion

ROUGH CUT (No reporter narration) Footage shot from a light airplane on Tuesday, provides a bird's eye view of an unmanned U.S. supply rocket exploding shortly after lifting off from a commercial launch pad in Virginia. It was the first such accident since NASA turned to private operators to run cargo to the International Space Station.

Iraqi Peshmerga Fighters Approach Kobani, Ready for Battle
Iraqi Peshmerga Fighters Approach Kobani, Ready for Battle

A warm welcome for reinforcements in the battle against Islamic State. A convoy of Iraqi peshmerga fighters is weaving its way through eastern Turkey towards the beseiged Syrian border town of Kobani to help fellow Kurds fight the militants, whose objective is to sieze the town for themselves. Carrying truck-loads of heavy weapons, the Iraqi fighters crossed into Turkey on Wednesday morning and will soon arrive in Kobani.

Job Loss Fears at Air France/KLM
Job Loss Fears at Air France/KLM

A costly pilots' strike and renewed competition from rival Ryanair clipped the wings of Air France/KLM. The airline's profits in the third quarter more than halved to 247 million euros. Revenue also fell 6.7 percent. The news pushed shares down almost 4 percent, adding to a 40 percent loss over the past six months. The group says it will limit investments and speed up cost controls next year to make up for the losses. It denies big job cuts at KLM are on the way.

Journalist Captures Moment of Antares Rocket Explosion
Journalist Captures Moment of Antares Rocket Explosion

A journalist from a space education publication captured on video the explosion of an unmanned Antares seconds after it lifted off from a commercial launch pad in Virginia on Tuesday (October 28). The footage, shot by a journalist from Zero-G News, shows the Antares rising slowly into the night sky as flames suddenly engulf the rocket from the bottom to the top about 11 seconds after lift-off, before the vehicle sinks back downward in a conflagration.

Joan Rivers' Daughter Investigates Death of Comic
Joan Rivers' Daughter Investigates Death of Comic

Melissa Rivers, daughter of comedian Joan Rivers, has hired a New York law firm to investigate the circumstances behind her mother's death. In a statement the firm confirmed that it was tasked by the family to "fully determine the facts and circumstances surrounding the death of Joan Rivers". However they declined to comment further or say if Melissa Rivers intended to file a lawsuit against the hospital.

Saharan Solar Project to Power Europe
Saharan Solar Project to Power Europe

Called the TuNur project; developers, including renewable investment company Low Carbon and solar developer Nur Energie, say the site will produce twice as much energy as the average nuclear power plant. But instead of using typical photovoltaic cells that only generate power during the day; they're using Concentrated Solar Power.