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11-07 MSF confirms Liberia Ebola decline Liberia
C. 11-07 Ukraine accuses Russia of sending of tanks into its territory Kiev
D. 11-07 Murder-for-hire charge dropped against AC/DC drummer Tauranga, New Zealand
4. 11-07 White House holds cross-party talks Washington
5. 11-07 Thousands in Yemen denounce US at rally to support ex-president Sanaa, Yemen
6. 11-07 China and Japan smooth islands row Beijing
H. 11-07 Israel to raze homes of attackers Jerusalem
8. 11-07 Train kills 2 immigrants near Greek-Turkish border THESSALONIKI, Greece
9. 11-07 UN report says Iran is stalling nuclear weapons probe UN

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Nov.7   Liberia     MSF confirms Liberia Ebola decline
  Liberia has seen a significant reduction in the number of new Ebola cases, the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) has confirmed


  Kiev     Ukraine accuses Russia of sending of tanks into its territory  Ukraine accused Russia of sending dozens of its military vehicles toward the volatile Luhansk -- though the Kremlin have knocked down such reports

  New Zealand   Murder-for-hire charge dropped against AC/DC drummer Map of Tauranga New Zealand  A New Zealand police charge of 'attempting to procure murder' against AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has been dropped

  Washington   White House holds cross-party talks   US President Barack Obama and leaders in the House and Senate are holding cross-party talks aimed at ending political gridlock in Washington

  Yemen Thousands in Yemen denounce US at rally to support ex-president  Thousands of supporters of Yemen's ousted president and Shiite rebels who have overrun the country's capital are rallying in Sanaa

  Beijing China and Japan smooth islands row  China and Japan have agreed to try to reduce tensions over a disputed chain of islands in the East China Sea

  Jerusalem Israel to raze homes of attackers  Israel's prime minister says the homes of Palestinians who have attacked Israelis in Jerusalem will be destroyed as tensions rise in the city

  Greece Train kills 2 immigrants near Greek-Turkish border  2 men, believed to have been Syrian refugees who entered the country illegally, have been hit by a train and killed close to Greece's eastern border

Evening News


  UN UN report says Iran is stalling nuclear weapons probe  The International Atomic Energy Agency says Tehran continues to withhold critical information about its nuclear program

  Washington US to send 1,500 more troops to Iraq  The US is to send 1,500 more non-combat troops to Iraq to boost Iraqi forces fighting Islamic State (IS) militants, the White House says

  Washington Obama names attorney general choice  US President Barack Obama has chosen New York federal prosecutor Loretta Lynch to replace Eric Holder as US attorney general

  Southern Philippines Philippines marks one year since Typhoon Haiyan  Thousands of people have taken part in a memorial walk to mark the anniversary which devastated central parts of the country a year ago

  Mexico     Missing students apparently killed, burned, dumped into river
Map of Cocula Mexico
  The 43 students disappeared in September were abducted by police on order of a local mayor
 Suspected Mexican gang members have confessed to killing more than 40 students. The students are believed to have been turned over to a gang that killed them and burned their bodies

San Francisco Bay Area , November 7, 2014 Timeline