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World News: September 30 – October 6, 2014

Secret Service Director, Julia Pierson, resigned amid controversy about a fence jumper at the White House. The intruder made it all the way into the East Room before being arrested.

The first case of Ebola in the United States was diagnosed upon a man coming home from West Africa. He began experiencing symptoms a few days after he landed in Dallas.

ISIS killed a second British citizen in the same week when Britain began a series of air strikes against the aforementioned group.

The Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong has gained momentum, with large segments of the population protesting for the democratic right to choose their next chief executive.

J.P. Morgan Chase, one of the nation’s largest banks, was hacked, revealing information about more than 70 million of its clients.

Written by Oliver Kornberg’16


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