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10-03 MSF condemns Kunduz air strikes Geneva
C. 10-03 Vatican acts after Polish priest reveals homosexuality Vatican
D. 10-03 Syrian crisis: Russia vows to intensify air strikes Moscow
4. 10-03 NCAA investigating Louisville over sex claims in escortís book
F. 10-03 Foley, Australia knock out host England
G. 10-03 Thickening haze in Singapore prompts cancellation of swim races Singapore
H. 10-03 Hospital attack in Kunduz possibly criminal - UN UN
8. 10-03 Oregon shooting: Gunman killed himself
9. 10-03 Palestinian kills two Israelis in Old City

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Oct.3   Geneva   MSF condemns Kunduz air strikes
  Medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres has condemned 'in the strongest possible terms' deadly air strikes on its hospital in the Afghan city


  Vatican   Vatican acts after Polish priest reveals homosexuality   A senior priest at the Vatican has revealed he is gay, on the eve of a major meeting that will define the Catholic Church's teaching on family

  Moscow Syrian crisis: Russia vows to intensify air strikes  Russia has pledged to intensify its air strikes against Islamic State targets in Syria, saying the bombing has significantly weakened the militants

  Kentucky NCAA investigating Louisville over sex claims in escortís book  The NCAA is investigating potential recruiting violations within the basketball program tied to explosive allegations made by a Louisville-based escort

  London Foley, Australia knock out host England  Australia routed England 33-13 at Twickenham in London to send the host crashing out of the competition at the group stage

  Singapore Thickening haze in Singapore prompts cancellation of swim races  Worsening smog in Singapore prompted swimming World Cup organizers to cancel 15 finals races just an hour before the session was to start

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  UN   Hospital attack in Kunduz possibly criminal - UN   Air strikes on a hospital in the Afghan city that killed 19 people were 'tragic, inexcusable and possibly even criminal', the UN human rights chief says

  Oregon Oregon shooting: Gunman killed himself  Chris Harper Mercer, 26, who killed nine people in a shooting rampage at a college in the US state Oregon then killed himself as police arrived

  Jerusalem Palestinian kills two Israelis in Old City  Two Israelis from an ultra-Orthodox Jewish family have been killed and another two injured in a knife attack by a Palestinian man in the Old City of Jerusalem

  Sulawesi Bad weather hinders search for missing Indonesian plane  Rugged terrain and bad weather have hampered the search for a small passenger plane that went missing with 10 people on board in eastern Indonesia

  South Carolina Obama declares emergency in South Carolina  US President has declared a state of emergency, as heavy rainfall is set to lead to more flooding over the weekend in many parts of the east

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  Washington   US investigates Kunduz hospital bombing   President Barack Obama says the US has launched a 'full investigation' into air strikes that killed 19 people at an MSF-run Afghan hospital on Saturday

  Southern China Tens of thousands evacuated as Typhoon Mujigae heads for mainland  Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from coastal areas of southern China as a strong typhoon moves toward the mainland

San Francisco Bay Area , October 3, 2015 Timeline