Top U.S. and World News Headlines for Tuesday, October 21

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Visit to watch the daily independent, global news hour. This is a summary of top news headlines from the U.S. and around the world on Tuesday, October 21, 2014. Go to the Democracy Now! website to read the complete transcript, search the vast news archive, and to make a donation to support our daily, non-profit news program.

In this video, you’ll learn about these top news headlines:

Cuba Sends 91 More Health Workers to West Africa, Offers to Work with U.S. on Ebola

CDC Unveils New Health Worker Protocols for Ebola

U.S. Continues Bombardment of ISIS Near Kobani

Indonesia Inaugurates Jokowo Widodo as President

Australian Police Drop Probe into 1975 Murder of 5 Journalists by Indonesian Forces

Oscar Pistorius Sentenced to 5 Years for Girlfriend’s Killing, Likely to Serve 10 Months

Reports: Ukraine Used Cluster Munitions in Donetsk in Possible War Crime

Philippines: After Murder of Transgender Woman, Protests Target U.S. Forces Agreement

U.N. Warns of “Rampant” Sexual Violence in South Sudan

Man Suspected of Killing 7 Women in Indiana

WTO Rules Against U.S. Meat Labeling Requirements

U.N. Officials Condemn Water Shutoffs in Detroit

Report: U.S. Spent Millions on Social Security Benefits for Nazi War Crime Suspects

Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard Indicted for Corruption

NOAA: 2014 Poised to Be Hottest Year on Record

Climate Change Whistleblower Rick Piltz Dies After Cancer Battle

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