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South Dakota Sioux tribe calls Keystone XL pipeline approval 'act of war'

S Dakota Sioux tribe warns against pipelineA Native American tribe in South Dakota has called a congressional vote to approve the Keystone XL pipeline an “act of war” and vowed to close the reservation’s borders if the US government tries to install a pipeline there.

The prospective route for the pipeline, which would connect Canadian tar sands fields to the Gulf coast, runs through the 922,759-acre (1,442 sq mi) Rosebud Sioux reservation in south-central South Dakota. The House of Representatives voted 252-161 on Friday to approve the pipeline.

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Church of England OKs Female Bishops

Female bishops in UKThe Church of England has broken with centuries of tradition after its general synod amended church law to allow the appointment of female bishops. The first female bishop is expected to be installed in the new year.

And at Sunday service at St Mary Newington church in south London, there was a real sense of anticipation over the knowledge that from the following afternoon, women would be able to become bishops, some two decades after the Church of England first accepted women priests.

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Greenpeace boat rammed by Spanish navy

Greenpeace rammedEnvironmental advocacy group Greenpeace said one of its protesters suffered a broken leg after its boat was rammed by a Spanish navy boat.

Greenpeace is in waters off the coast of Morocco protesting against Spanish energy company Repsol. The advocacy group said the company has a permit to operate in Spanish waters near the Canary Islands despite risks to the ecology and tourist economy.

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Red Cross officials: Ebola flaring anew in Africa

Ebola spreading in west africaRed Cross officials helping to lead the fight against Ebola in West Africa say the virus is spreading, and they're having trouble recruiting health care workers to combat it.

Antoine Petitbon of the French Red Cross said Monday that it's easier for him to recruit people to go to Iraq, despite the security hazards there. He said the French Red Cross is facing a problem it's never had before: Sixty percent of people who sign up to work in the Ebola zone back out later due to pressure from families and friends.

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Israel: IDF Shoot 10-Year-Old Palestinian Child in Neck Near Military Checkpoint

10 yr old child shot by IDFA 10-year-old Palestinian child has been shot and seriously wounded by Israel Defence Forces (IDF) soldiers after he approached a military checkpoint.

The unnamed boy approached the southern fence of the Kissufim checkpoint where loitering is outlawed, according to the Jerusalem Post.

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Gay couples welcomed at the altar, but not at the office

gay couples unwelcome at officeThis is the dilemma now facing a growing number of gay couples: They can legally marry, but they can also be fired from their jobs, thrown out of their apartments and denied service at businesses because of their sexual orientation.

Many say the increased visibility of same-sex partners, even in small towns in conservative states, will lead to greater acceptance of gays. But, particularly in the short- to mid-term, it could also prompt more instances of discrimination.

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New report: Child homelessness on the rise in U.S.

child homelessnessThe number of homeless children in the U.S. has surged in recent years to an all-time high, amounting to one child in every 30, according to a comprehensive state-by-state report that blames the nation's high poverty rate, the lack of affordable housing and the impacts of pervasive domestic violence.

Titled "America's Youngest Outcasts," the report being issued Monday by the National Center on Family Homelessness calculates that nearly 2.5 million American children were homeless at some point in 2013. The number is based on the Department of Education's latest count of 1.3 million homeless children in public schools, supplemented by estimates of homeless pre-school children not counted by the DOE.

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Israel to step up demolition of Palestinian homes

neetanyahuIsrael said Monday it has sent notices to the families of several Palestinians in the West Bank implicated in attacks against Israelis to vacate their homes ahead of their impending demolitions.

The development indicated that Israel is intensifying its much maligned policy of punitive destructions of homes of suspected attackers.

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Nebraska hospital: Surgeon with Ebola has died

ebola doctor diesA surgeon who contracted Ebola in his native Sierra Leone died Monday while being treated in a biocontainment unit at a Nebraska hospital, the facility said.

Nebraska Medical Center said in a news release that Dr. Martin Salia died as a result of the disease. Hospital spokesman Taylor Wilson said Salia died shortly after 4 a.m. Monday.

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