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SAP Looks to Cloud for Future Revenues
SAP Looks to Cloud for Future Revenues

Riding high on the crest of the cloud. That's the future it seems for German software maker SAP. More of its customers are buying their software over the internet rather than in the traditional way. But sales are staggered over the life of the contract, which could be several years. That's caused SAP to cut its outlook for the year. SAP's CFO, Luka Mucic.

Russian Act Wins Alternative Miss World
Russian Act Wins Alternative Miss World

Love, laughter and latex -- it could only be the thirteenth Alternative Miss World Competition. Held on Saturday October 18 at the Globe Theatre in London, the theme for the typically understated pageant was 'Neon Numbers'. The show's creator Andrew Logan said it defied categorisation.

Battle for Kobani Continues
Battle for Kobani Continues

The town of Kobani on Turkish-Syrian border appeared calmer on Monday (October 20) after weeks of fierce fighting between Islamist militants and Kurdish rebels. The U.S. military said it had made air-drops of arms to Syrian Kurds battling Islamic State near the Syrian town of Kobani, the first such delivery in more than a month of fighting and a move that could upset Turkey.

Jokowi Takes Over Indonesian Presidency
Jokowi Takes Over Indonesian Presidency

Indonesia's new president, Joko Widodo sits atop a horse drawn carriage as he makes his way to the presidential palace. The newly inaugurated Jokowi, as he's known amongst supporters, was escorted into his new residence by outgoing President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono who'd been in power for the past 10 years.

FACTBOX: Japan's Abe Loses Two Female Ministers in One Day
FACTBOX: Japan's Abe Loses Two Female Ministers in One Day

Two ministers resign from Japan's cabinet Trade and Industry Minister Yuko Obuchi offered her resignation early Monday morning Obuchi says she was stepping down over allegations of misuse of political funds Justice Minister Midori Matsushima resigned from her position around midday Matsushima has been accused of violating election law by distributing paper fans to voters Obuchi and Matsushima took office in September

Facebook CEO Meets Japanese Prime Minister
Facebook CEO Meets Japanese Prime Minister

Facebook's Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg met with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday (October 20) and told him about the websites new "safety check" function. Zuckerberg explained the new feature can be used by people caught in a disaster zone to tell their friends and family they are safe. Zuckerberg said it was the company's Japanese engineering team who came up with the progam after the the earthquake and tsunami in 2011.

Hong Kong Protests Won't Derail Shanghai Stock Connect
Hong Kong Protests Won't Derail Shanghai Stock Connect

(SOUNDBITE) (English) REUTERS REPORTER, JON GORDON, SAYING: "David, before we jump into the bigger picture of China, I've got to bring in Hong Kong where we sit. You know, more violence over the

Mystery Ship Puzzles Swedes
Mystery Ship Puzzles Swedes

The Swedish military is checking the waters around the Stockholm archipelago after intercepting a radio transmission in Russian on an emergency frequency. Military officials say the area is of interest to foreign powers, but did not elaborate. The military released a photo of what appeared to be a craft surrounded by white ripples. The witness who took the photograph said the vessel then submerged.

Soccer as a Tool to Highlight Homelessness
Soccer as a Tool to Highlight Homelessness

It's a soccer frenzy in Santiago, Chile. International teams gathered for opening day of the 12th annual Homeless World Cup. Some 54 teams from 42 countries are playing shortened matches to use soccer as a tool to engage with the world's homeless. Organizers say the event wants to encourage young homeless people to get an education, connect better with their families AND with social services to get jobs and housing.

Breakingviews: Indonesia's Jokowi Has a Parliament Problem
Breakingviews: Indonesia's Jokowi Has a Parliament Problem

"Indonesia's new president, Joko Widodo, taking office today Peter. It seems like he's going to kick off with those fuel subsidies right in his cross-hairs. How's he going to do that?"

Church Should Not Fear Change, Pope Says at Close of Bishop's Gathering
Church Should Not Fear Change, Pope Says at Close of Bishop's Gathering

Under a brilliant blue sky in St. Peter's Square, Pope Francis beatified the late Pope Paul VI on Sunday. The lavish ceremony comes at the end of a two-week-long assembly of bishops that revealed deep divisions in the Church on how to respond to homosexuality and divorce. Just a week ago, the Church released a historic document asking Catholics to consider acceptance of gays. But the final document drafted on Saturday reversed that decision.

Spanish Ebola Nurse 'Clear' of Virus, Husband Calls Handling of Crisis 'Lousy'
Spanish Ebola Nurse 'Clear' of Virus, Husband Calls Handling of Crisis 'Lousy'

Inside this Madrid hospital, the Spanish nurse who contracted Ebola while caring for two infected priests seems to be finally in the clear. The government says tests on 44-year-old Teresa Romero show she no longer has any trace of the virus. She was given a serum of antibodies taken from Ebola survivors as well other drugs, which may have saved her life. Her husband Javier Limon has been hospitalized in an isolation unit as a precaution during her illness.

Brad Pitt's "The Fury" Set to Top Box Office
Brad Pitt's "The Fury" Set to Top Box Office

Brad Pitt's World War II drama "Fury" scoops the the North American box office this weekend. The film follows five Americans manning a tank behind Nazi lines and is getting good reviews from the press. Rolling Stone says Fury "captures the buried feelings of men in combat with piercing immediacy." The film is expected to bring in 30 million dollars this weekend. Also new is the children's film, "The Book of Life."

USS Carl Vinson to Take Over Strike Operations from the USS George H.W. Bush
USS Carl Vinson to Take Over Strike Operations from the USS George H.W. Bush

The U.S Navy released a video on Saturday (October 18) of a turnover of aircraft carrier strike group operations from the USS George H.W. Bush to USS Carl Vinson in the Persian Gulf. Aircrafts and helicopters have been taking off from the naval carrier in the Persian Gulf to conduct strikes against Islamic State (IS).

Four Killed, 9 Injured in Ukraine Shelling, as Rebels Celebrate 'Flag Day'
Four Killed, 9 Injured in Ukraine Shelling, as Rebels Celebrate 'Flag Day'

A symbolic "Victory March" in the self-proclaimed Donetsk people's republic, in eastern Ukraine. It's normally played in Russia to celebrate its victory in World War II. Some 600 separatist sympathizers watch as the flag of this rebel stronghold rises over Lenin square -- on this, the region's first 'Flag Day'. "We all will remember this day. Today the liberation of our land begins."

Syrians Fleeing Fierce Fighting in Kobani, Find Refuge in Turkey
Syrians Fleeing Fierce Fighting in Kobani, Find Refuge in Turkey

The fiercest fighting in days shakes Kobani. Inside sources say Islamic State militants attacked Kurdish fighters with mortars and car bombs overnight. Some shells, they say, fell inside Turkey. This, as U.S.-led coalition jets step up air strikes on Islamic State targets. While Ankara has so far held off on military action, Turkey has let in more than 250,000 people fleeing the recent violence. People like these, who now call the shelter home.

Cruise Ship Returns to Port with Passenger Testing Negative for Ebola
Cruise Ship Returns to Port with Passenger Testing Negative for Ebola

The cruise ship carrying a Dallas health care worker being monitored for signs of Ebola is back in port. The Carnival Cruise Lines ship docked early Sunday in Galveston, Texas. One official says the ship arrived with good news.

Hong Kong Police, Protesters Face-Off
Hong Kong Police, Protesters Face-Off

Police stand firm in Mong Kok... keeping a watchful eye on pro-democracy protesters. It's a peaceful scene, much different from the clashes that erupted earlier in the day. Hong Kong police say they're here to restore order. But demonstrators insist on occupying core protest zones. They say they won't leave until they make headway in bringing full democracy to Hong Kong... and until the city's leader, C.Y. Leung, resigns. Leung says police are faced with a tough task.

Hopes Fade for 40 Missing After Nepal Blizzard
Hopes Fade for 40 Missing After Nepal Blizzard

Nepal's army has resumed their search for at least 40 missing hikers, stranded in the Himalayas. This, after Wednesday's unseasonal blizzard killed 39 people. More than 500 people have been rescued so far, and the army is hoping that improved weather conditions will help speed things up.

U.S. Air Force Lands Robotic X-37B Space Plane in California
U.S. Air Force Lands Robotic X-37B Space Plane in California

The U.S. military landed its X-37B robotic space plane at Vandenberg Air Force Base in central California on Friday (October 17), ending a classified 22-month mission that marked the third in Earth orbit for the experimental program, the Air Force said.

Catholic Bishops Drop Moves to Accept Gays
Catholic Bishops Drop Moves to Accept Gays

Catholic bishops reverse what would have been a historic acceptance of homosexuals. On Saturday, they dropped controversial parts of a document issued at the end of a two-week assembly at the Vatican. The suggestion to accept homosexuals met opposition from conservative bishops, who say it threatened to undermine the traditional family. In predominantly Catholic Philippines, news of the U-turn brought out mixed reactions.

Intel Reboots Mobile Approach Ahead of Budget Chip Launch
Intel Reboots Mobile Approach Ahead of Budget Chip Launch

Earnings from Intel - the world's top chipmaker - back in good standing at last. A recovery in traditional PC sales powering Q3 profits of 3.3 billion dollars, and revenues of 14.6 billion dollars, both slightly above market forecasts. That rebound pushing Intel shares up about 25 percent this year so far. But the silicon producer has a serious problem: mobile.

Food Aid for Ebola-Hit Sierra Leone
Food Aid for Ebola-Hit Sierra Leone

Food aid from the UN arrives on the outskirts of the Sierra Leone capital, which is battling an Ebola outbreak. It's a welcome sight for families who are finding it hard to make ends meet. Prices have jumped because quarantined districts are restricting the movement of food supplies. The World Food Programme says Saturday's distribution has been the largest since the virus first spread.

British Troops Train Kurdish Fighters
British Troops Train Kurdish Fighters

The British army is training Kurdish fighters in Iraq, hoping to give them an edge in their battle against Islamic State.