Malaysia to donate 20 mn gloves for Ebola affected; more international news updates of Sept 15

International news updates Sept 15
Bangalore, Sept 15: Many are forced to evacuate their homes even as wildfire continues to rage in California. Follow more news updates of the day:

10:33 pm: EU inks deal to support civil society in Ukraine

10:00 pm: Malaysia to donate 20 mn gloves for Ebola affected

9:30 pm: UAE aid for Jammu & Kashmir flood victims

8:30 pm: Kenya to host regional conference on Ebola

8:00 pm: Iran rejects US-led coalition against jihadists

7:54 pm: 'Naked' Colombian cyclists cause stir in Italy race

6:15 pm: Pro-Russian Rebels release captive Ukrainian troops

4.45 pm: Leaders gather in Paris for international conference aimed at shoring up a coalition to fight Islamic State militants.

4.20 pm: North Korea may soon be able to fire missiles from underwater.

3.55 pm: PAT workers' killing: Islamabad court orders to book PM, CM Punjab, federal ministers.

3.10 pm: US Secretary of State John Kerry has said in a TV interview that he is "extremely encouraged" that his country's allies have expressed a willingness to offer military assistance in the fight against the militants of the Islamic State (IS).

2.25 pm: Air Strikes on Islamic State: Now Arab countries offer help to US. [Read more]

1.50 pm: Fiji's health ministry has ruled out any possibility of Ebola outbreak in the island-country because of its geographical location and lack of any direct global trade with West Africa.

1.35 pm: The remains of two more victims aboard the Malaysian Airlines MH17, that was shot down over Ukraine, have been identified.

1.05 pm: France, Iraq urge quick action against ISIS.

12.48 pm: Beheading of UK aid worker: They are not Muslims, they are monsters, says UK PM David Cameron: Reuters

12.46 pm: Fiji will celebrate national Thanksgiving Day Sep 16 to commemorate the release of the 45 Fijian UN peacekeepers in Syria.

12.30 pm: A preliminary probe into the attack on a naval dockyard in Karachi last week has revealed that the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan's (TTP) militants from Sindh province were involved in it.

12.15 pm: Hong Kong protesters once again call for democracy.

11.45 am: Fiji Imposes Media Black Out Ahead of Elections.

11.10 am: White House defends President Barack Obama's plan to fight Islamic State militants.

11.07 am: North Korea has condemned a celebration to commemorate the Incheon Landing Operation during the 1950-53 Korean war.

11.03 am: Hurricane Odile estimated to be carrying 125 mph sustained winds; Los Cabos stations record 89 mph winds, 116 mph gust.

10.41 am: British PM heads to Scotland hoping to boost 'no' vote.

10.30 am: Hundreds of residents forced to flee wildfires in California, US.

10.15 am: Queen Elizabeth says Scotland should 'think very carefully' ahead of independence referendum.

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