September 2014

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September 2014 was the ninth month of that common year. The month, which began on a Monday, ended on a Tuesday after 30 days.

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This is an archived version of Wikipedia's Current events Portal from September 2014.

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  • Two species of dendrogramma, found off the coast of Australia in 1986, are discovered to be unclassifiable in any existing phylum. (Guardian)
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  • The two-day NATO summit in Newport, Wales, begins. Leaders agree to apply further sanctions on Russia. NATO sources claim that there are "several thousand" Russian troops inside Ukraine. (RTE)
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  • Asteroid 2014 RC makes a close approach to Earth at 0.1 Lunar Distances (0.000267 astronomical units (39,900 km; 24,800 mi)) at 18:01 UTC (Yahoo News)
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  • It is reported that nearly one thousand children have been hospitalized with respiratory illnesses in several U.S. states. (USA Today)
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  • Australia raises its terror threat level to high following concerns about militants returning from conflicts in Iraq and Syria. (BBC)
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  • At least 29 people are missing after the ferry MV Maharlika II sinks off the Philippines coast. (CNN)
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  • In tennis, two-time Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka is to miss the remainder of the season because of the foot injury that has blighted her year. (BBC)
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  • Venezuela's opposition parties named Jesus Torrealba, a 56-year-old journalist and teacher, to head their coalition ahead of 2015 parliamentary elections where they hope to weaken President Maduro's socialist government. (Voice of America)
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  • Japan's Mount Ontake volcano erupts causing 250 people to be stranded, injuring at least eight people and forcing aircraft to divert their routes. (Reuters)
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  • After 139 years of ferry crossings between the Danish town of Esbjerg and Harwich in England, MS Sirena Seaways carries passengers on the route for the last time as DFDS closes the route due to "dwindling demand and high costs"; a freight service will still be available on the route from Esbjerg to Immingham. (BBC) (DFDS Connects)
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  • War in Donbass
    • Renewed clashes around the Donetsk International Airport between the pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian government troops kill at least 12 people in the worst flareup of violence since the ceasefire accord earlier in September. (CBC)
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  • Argentina's central bank announces that it will pay the holders of its restructured debt Tuesday. Implicitly this indicates that it is ready to defy a U.S. federal court which has blocked such payments until the holders of hold-out bonds are included. (Reuters)
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