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Author Name: Dina Spector
10 Most Important Things In The World Right Now, Oct. 31
REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly An Israeli policeman aims his weapon during clashes with Palestinians inside the old city of Jerusalem Oct. 30, 2014. Good morning! Here's what you need to know for Friday. The Bank of Japan unexpectedly announced Friday morning that it would ease monetary policy due to concerns about falling oil prices. Sweden has become the largest European nation to recognize Palestine as a state. After months of drawn-out negotiations, Russia has guaranteed it will deliver gas supplies to Ukraine through March. Y Rubin, the Google executive who created Android, is out of the company. Doctors Without Borders warned that its "Too early to draw conclusions" about the spread of Ebola following the World Health Organisation's promising announcement that Ebola might be slowing down in Liberia. Beijing has banned the wearing of Halloween costumes on the subway because it might cause "Panic."

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