Hello, you’re watching BBC World News. I’m Naga Munchetty. Here are the headlines.
Hundreds of pro-democracy campaigners are still camped out on the streets of Hong Kong despite a government deadline for them to withdraw. Hong Kong’s chief executive says the public offices will open and social order will be restored.
Health authorities in Texas say that Thomas Duncan, who caught the Ebola virus in Liberia, is fighting for his life. This, as Liberia warned that it had used up its stock of the experimental drug Zmapp.
ShrienDewani, a British businessman accused of masterminding the murder of his new wife on honeymoon is due to go on trial in South Africa. He denies plotting to have his wife, Annie, murdered in the township near Cape Town.
In Brazil’s presidential election, President Dilma Rousseff has received the most votes but she will need to take part in a second round run-off for the end of the month against the center-right candidate Aecio Neves.
Those are the latest headlines from BBC World News.