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At least 10 people, none of them reportedly children, were killed when shelling hit a school playground in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk. Mana Rabiee reports.
Hong Kong protest leaders Chan Kin-man and Agnes Chow Ting say pro-democracy demonstrators will not leave the city\'s business district until Chief Executive C.Y Yeung steps down and electoral reform
Hong Kong retailers crippled by protests  (01 October 07:46 pm) 
Hong Kong\'s ongoing democracy movement has cut deeply into sales at major international retailers during what is normally a peak shopping week of the year for mainland Chinese tourists.
Oct. 1 - Description: Sliding sales at Sainsbury dashes hopes the grocer might avoid the price-war enveloping UK rivals, including Tesco and Morrisons.
12 dead after trains crash in India  (01 October 02:49 pm) 
At least 12 people are dead and dozens others injured in a train collision in India. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Peugeot’s long road to recovery  (01 October 03:47 pm) 
Oct. 1 - Peugeot CEO Maxime Picat talks to Insider about the tough automotive market in Europe, and what she is doing to revive the brand to boost market share.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi\'s tour de force visit to the U.S. included a White House meeting with President Obama and top lawmakers. Deborah Gembara reports.
Rebel fighters, along with the U.S.-led alliance\'s aerial bombings, target Islamic State positions in Syria. Jillian Kitchener reports.
Energy slide dings modest Q3 stock returns  (01 October 04:49 am) 
Summary: Stocks slipped into the close in choppy trading action as the market logs its seventh consecutive quarterly gain; eBay shares rally as it plans PayPal spin off; Apple gets China green light.
Q4 market outlook: U.S. solo act could end  (01 October 04:46 am) 
U.S. stocks made modest gains in the third quarter- largely detached from the rest of the world. But as the next quarter begins, global ties could become more important. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Never too old to fly a hot-air balloon  (01 October 04:47 am) 
A seventy-year-old Austrian adventurer flies a hot-air balloon in and out of a 200-metre deep cave in southern Croatia. Sharon Reich reports.
An artist in Rio blows new life into flutes and saxophones made from home-grown bamboo and gourds. Sharon Reich reports.
Dogs hang ten  (01 October 02:47 am) 
Dogs show their skills at annual dog surfing competition. Sharon Reich reports
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama discussed clean energy, trade and security issues during Modi\'s first visit to the White House. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Jeff Kleintop, Chief Global Investment Strategist at Charles Schwab on his outlook for next quarter- including why global business spending will lift tech stocks.
U.S. Olympic champion swimmer Michael Phelps has been arrested for drunken driving in Maryland, police said. Nathan Frandino reports.
An award-winning perishable label that reacts to protein decomposition could herald a change in the way the freshness of food is measured, according to its London-based designer, raising the prospect
Breakingviews: EBay raps PayPal gavel  (30 September 10:46 pm) 
Rob Cyran and Jeffrey Goldfarb discuss the prospects for an independent PayPal following eBay\'s belated decision to spin off its online payments operation.
Scrambling away pain for cancer patients  (30 September 11:54 pm) 
Researchers are testing a device called the Scrambler which \"re-trains\" the brain to alleviate chronic pain caused by chemotherapy treatment. Ben Gruber reports.
The Exchange: President Paul Ryan?  (30 September 11:46 pm) 
The Congressman sits down with Rob Cox to discuss his book, \"The Way Forward,\" and ways to jumpstart the economy, create prosperity and fix the NFL.
Why Spain is new euro zone poster child  (30 September 10:46 pm) 
Spain is being hailed the new poster boy for the euro zone. As it outlines its 2015 budget, Sonia Legg looks at the progress Spain\'s made compared to France and Italy.
Chanel recreates a Parisian boulevard, complete with angry protesters brandishing placards, in a riotous twist to Paris Fashion Week. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
George Clooney's wedding album  (01 October 11:51 am) 
The actor and his bride, Amal Alamuddin, grace the cover of People magazine. Alicia Powell reports.
Falling inflation raises pressure on ECB  (30 September 10:46 pm) 
Euro zone inflation slowed as expected in September because of falling prices of unprocessed food and energy. As Amy Pollock reports it may increase pressure on Germany to ease up on ECB constraints.
eBay to spin off PayPal unit  (30 September 09:46 pm) 
eBay\'s move to split itself into two companies and spin off PayPal marks a big win for activst shareholder Carl Icahn. Fred Katayama reports.