FOR THOSE CELEBRATING, TODAY IS
INTERNATIONAL COMING OUT DAY.
PARIS' MOULIN ROUGE CELEBRATES IT 125th ANNIVERSARY.
OCTOBER 6 MARKS THE 35th ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST PAPAL VISIT TO THE WHITE HOUSE, BY POPE JOHN PAUL II.
AMONGST EVENTS AROUND THE WORLD THIS PAST WEEK...
*ISIS/ISIL terrorists are now establishing a presence in Libya.
*North Koreans are seriously beginning to wonder where their leader, Kim Jong-un is.
*Officials in Hong Kong claimed they were willing to meet with Occupy Central protesters over electoral regulations in that country that lessened democracy, but cancelled, which resulted in the rallys continuing.
*The 2014 Brazilian Presidential elections resulted in a run off between Dilma Rousseff and Aécio Neves that will be held at the end of October.
*Estonia now officially recognizes same gender unions.
*Cave paintings in Maros have been confirmed at being over 40,000 years old!
*A Swedish hospital reports the first successful Human birth by a woman with a donated uterus.
*The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra won the 2014 Birgit Nilsson Prize.
THE 2014 NOBEL PRIZE RECEIPENTS
*Literature to author Patrick Modiano.
*The Nobel Prize for Chemistry is shared between Eric Betzig, Stefan Hell, and William Moerner for their work in microscopy.
*The Nobel Prize for Physics is shared by Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano, and Shuji Nakanmura for inventing blue light emitting diodes which will be used in energy saving lights.
*The Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine is shared by John O'Keefe, May-Britt Moser, and Edvard Moser for identifying "the GPS" of the human brain.
*Actor/choreographer/director Geoffrey Holder (Live and Let Die, The Wiz)
*Comedian Jan Hooks (Saturday Night Live, Designing Women)
WITHIN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA...
*America reports its first death from the Ebola Virus as a courier living in Dallas, Texas passed away. Meanwhile, one of the first responders is now under quarantine with the disease, and virus screenings have begun at JFK International Airport.
*Authorities in Saint Louis, Missouri are preparing for more demonstrations after arrests were made during a vigil in the Ferguson suburb.
*The famous Waldorf-Astoria of Manhattan in New York City will be sold by Hilton to the Chinese insurance company Anbang for $1.95 Billion US dollars.
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