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Saturday, 27th September 2014

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Operation hostage? Is this the training mission to free kidnapped Britons held by ISIS militants? (Daily Mail)

Female Top Gun leads UK's first Iraq combat mission as Britain goes to war for first time in six years (Daily Mail)

Dramatic pictures show yet more refugees fleeing Syria as coalition airplanes strike besieged border town under attack from ISIS militants (Daily Mail)

Bonfire of the ebola victims: The bones and ashes of 700 plague victims lie in a mound next to incinerators imported from Britain - just one of the macabre scenes that reveal the true toll of the world's deadliest virus... (Daily Mail)

Super-rich married Minister... and a fatal penchant for social media sites: Brooks Newmark's undoing comes just two years after becoming first MP sacked for his obsession with tweeting (Daily Mail)

Students Lead Hong Kong Democracy Movement (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hong Kong clashes, arrests kick-start plans to blockade city (Reuters)

U.S. warplanes target ISIS with airstrikes in Syria near Turkey border (CBS News)

U.S.-Led Warplanes Strike Fighters Attacking Syria Town (NBC News)

In Syria, airstrikes carried out against Islamic State in battle for Kobane (Washington Post - Paywall)

US jets join IS Syria border battle (BBC)

Occupy Central Launches Hong Kong Protest Campaign (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Air France Pilots Extend Strike After Request for Mediation Is Denied (New York Times - Paywall)

'Civilians killed' as U.S., allies strike in northern Syria (CNN)

Airstrikes in Syria Roil Rebel Alliances (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

U.S. Doctor Exposed to Ebola to Be Admitted to NIH (NBC News)

Haiti police unit posted at home of former President Aristide, prompting supporters to rally (Fox News)

15-year sentence for Canadian businessman snared in Cuba's high-profile campaign against graft (Fox News)

Britain is at war: RAF Tornados in the air over Iraq with orders to strike ISIS as SAS teams on the ground prepare to guide arsenal of smart bombs to terrorists' lairs (Daily Mail)

Islamic State defies air strikes by shelling Syrian Kurdish town (Reuters)

Isis 'fanboys' may now switch to attacks in UK, say terror experts (Guardian)

NIH to Care For US Doctor Exposed to Ebola Virus (Time Magazine)

France Investigates 3 Suspected Jihadists Back From Syria (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Iraq: British Jets Return From Combat Mission (Sky News)

CCTV 'crucial' in hunt for Alice Gross say police (Daily Mail)

UK attacks on Isis met with public support as anti-war protesters warn of long-term threat (Guardian)

PotatoStock 2014 fulfils Ohio man's Kickstarter dream of a first potato salad (Guardian)

Chelsea Clinton Gives Birth To Her First Child (Sky News)

Police Arrest Dozens of Pro-Democracy Protesters in Hong Kong (New York Times - Paywall)

Turkey Inching Toward Alliance With U.S. in Syria Conflict (New York Times - Paywall)

See the First Pictures of Chelsea Clinton's New Baby (Time Magazine)

Arab nations join Syria strikes as Nusra front threatens retaliation (Guardian)

US-led coalition strikes Islamic State targets in central Syrian province of Homs for the first time (Daily Mail)

Great Arctic explorer to be finally honoured after having career discredited for reporting British voyagers' cannibalism (Daily Mail)

George Clooney arrives for wedding reception in Venice in a suave tuxedo ahead of marriage to Amal Alamuddin... to join 90 guests including Bono, Bill Murray, Matt Damon, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski (Daily Mail)

Syrian al Qaeda offshoot vows retaliation against U.S.-led air strikes (Reuters)

Plot to kill Napoleon linked to British cabinet minister (Guardian)

U.K. Sends Combat Jets to Iraq (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Iraq: Islamic State Threat Is World's Problem (Sky News)

British aircraft return to skies of Iraq in hunt for jihadis (Guardian)

Russia's Sergei Lavrov: the US cannot change the cold war in its 'genetic code' (Guardian)

McGinley warns against complacency (BBC)

Hong Kong protesters in blockade bid (ALJAZEERA)

Iraq mission 'politicial', says former SAS commander - video (Channel4)

Britain launches fighter jets against Isis forces in Iraq (Guardian)

Police charge man who beheaded Oklahoma woman and stabbed another (Guardian)

Airlines scramble to get travelers back in the air (CBS News)

U.S., Allies Expand Air Strikes (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

UK jets on Iraq strike-ready flight (CNN)

Special teams join search for missing Virginia student Hannah Graham (Guardian)

U.S., Defending Kurds in Syria, Expands Strikes Against ISIS (New York Times - Paywall)

World leaders give their annual UN speeches on the state of their countries and the world (Fox News)

Joining the police crack-down on banned drug khat (Channel4)

Thailand beach murders: Thai police offer £13,000 reward for information (Independent)

RAF Jets Went To Iraq But Couldn't Find Anything To Bomb (Huffington Post)

Police operation after shootings (BBC)

'I'm joining UKIP' Tory MP defects to join Farage's anti-EU crusade (Russia Today)

British woman arrested for attending men's volleyball match in Iran is charged with 'propaganda against the regime' (Daily Mail)

British Fighter Jets Fly Over Iraq, Ready to Strike (NBC News)

British jets complete first combat mission over Iraq (Guardian)

3 suspected Syria jihadis face terrorism charges after returning to France in botched transfer (Fox News)

Hong Kong protests cleared by riot police using pepper spray (Daily Mail)

Scores arrested as Hong Kong democracy protests continue (Los Angeles Times)

Robert Knight arrested in police swoop in the middle of a game of poker (Daily Mail)

RAF jets in first combat mission over Iraq in support of US air strikes - live (Guardian)

20 dead when minibus strikes land mine in Guinea-Bissau (Fox News)

British fighter jets fly over Iraq, no air strikes yet (Reuters)

Shop owners branded TERRORISTS for owning shop called Isis (Daily Star)

Were young British jihadis killed by U.S air strikes training to be suicide bombers? Counter-terrorism police probing whether fighters were set to attack West (Daily Mail)

Liberia's Top Doctor Goes Under Ebola Quarantine (NBC News)

Top Liberia Doctor Goes Under Ebola Quarantine (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

US-Led Planes Strike Fighters Attacking Syria Town (Time Magazine)

Thai police quiz football team from bar where murdered British backpackers were drinking (Daily Mail)

Thirty days after 14-year-old Alice Gross went missing our special investigation exposes the flaws in the police inquiry (Daily Mail)

We do tarot readings not terrorists Spiritual shop accused of jihadi links for Isis name (Daily Express)

From grand ocean liner, to Second World War troopship... and now a hotel: RMS Queen Mary opens to the public to celebrate 80th birthday (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong Protesters Brace for More Police Confrontations (Time Magazine)

Seventy years on, Arnhem has never forgotten its debt to the thousands of British and Polish soldiers who gave their lives in ill-fated Allied plan to deliver final blow to Hitler (Daily Mail)

ISIS in crosshairs of growing coalition amid new strikes (CBS News)

Police probe as child exorcism takes place outside London leisure centre (Daily Express)

Ebola virus outbreak: Liberia doctor treating patients with HIV drugs claims 13 out of 15 survived (Independent)

Ebola outbreak: Liberia doctor treating patients with HIV drugs claims 13 out of 15 survived (Independent)

Ebola virus outbreak: Liberia doctor treating patients with HIV drugs reports success (Independent)

UK Military Planners Call Iraq Mission 'Dynamic' (Sky News)

Guinea residents 'refusing' Ebola treatment (ALJAZEERA)

Escaping ISIS in Iraq: 'My friends were raped' (CNN)

Islamic State's Threat to Ancient Faiths (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Opinion: Air strikes will not beat ISIS (CNN)

Has Arab 'boobs on the ground' female pilot Mariam Al Mansouri who led air strikes on Islamic State in Syria been disowned by her family? (Daily Mail)

Slow-Going: Air Travel Still Lagging After FAA Fire (NBC News)

VIDEO: Hong Kong police clear protesters (BBC)

FBI Says Chicago Air Control Fire Suspect Planned His Attack (Time Magazine)

Ebola outbreak often leaves children alone and terrified (Los Angeles Times)

Dozens arrested in Hong Kong protests (CNN)

What does first mosque designed by woman look like? (CNN)

British warplanes take off on first combat mission since strikes approved (Fox News)

It's WAR RAF jets return to base after first mission against Islamic State (Daily Star)

Anti-China protesters dispersed in Hong Kong (ALJAZEERA)

UK warplanes start 1st mission since Parliament approved airstrikes on Islamic State group (Fox News)

Rouhani airstrikes on ISIS 'theater' (CNN)

Could Sajid Javid be Britain's first Asian Prime Minister? His parents arrived here with just £1, yet he's now a minister. That's why this man believes immigrants are natural Tories (Daily Mail)

Larry Lessig Compares America's Democracy to Hong Kong's (Time Magazine)

Murder inquiry launched by police (BBC)

Egypt postpones verdict in case against ex-president Mubarak (Reuters)

Iraq air strikes: RAF Tornado jets begin first combat mission against Isis (Independent)

Iraq air strikes: RAF Tornado jets return from first mission against Isis (Independent)

Iraq crisis: RAF Tornado jets return from first mission against Isis after MPs give go ahead to air strikes (Independent)

Banks face paying out billions to more than 12million customers landmark legal battle against Lloyds over 'unfair' £750 fine for customer who was just £2.67 overdrawn (Daily Mail)

British jets deployed on Iraq mission (Russia Today)

USS George H.W. Bush targets ISIS (CNN)

'You will be arrested': Police to tackle drunk mobility scooter drivers (Daily Star)

Digital War Takes Shape on Websites Over ISIS (New York Times - Paywall)

UK fighter jets fly into Iraq on combat mission (Channel4)

Group probed by police over 'child exorcism' outside leisure centre (Daily Star)

UAE's first female fighter pilot (CNN)

Thai Murders: Reward Offered By Police (Sky News)

ISIS victim's incredible escape (CNN)

Syria air strikes: US-led coalition attacks Isis positions in Homs and Raqqa (Independent)

Man wrongly accused of driving without insurance by police had to pay £150 for release (Daily Mail)

Pitting Emma Watson and Beyonc Against Each Other Is Anti-Feminist (Time Magazine)

Hong Kong police arrest student leader (Financial Times - Paywall)

Ghost Nation: How Ebola Is Threatening Daily Life In Liberia With 'Chaos And Collapse' (Huffington Post)

French Muslims Protest Islamic State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

US-led coalition launches new airstrikes in Syria against Islamic State group (Fox News)

Hong Kong riot police forcibly disperse pro-democracy demonstrators - video (Guardian)

Indian court finds chief minister of southern Tamil Nadu state guilty of corruption (Fox News)

RAF set for strikes on IS targets (BBC)

Ghost 'caught on police station CCTV', New Mexico officers say (Independent)

Murray into first final in 15 months (BBC)

Alice Police review 300 CCTV cameras (BBC)

Nigel Farage vows to bring down Labour and 'entire British political class' (Daily Mail)

Clashes turn violent in Hong Kong (CNN)

MPs vote in favour of air strikes on Isis targets in Iraq - video (Guardian)

Ebola outbreak: Death toll passes 3,000 as WHO warns numbers are 'vastly underestimated' (Independent)

Britain at war: RAF sends first jets to Iraq for battle against Islamic State (Daily Express)

FDA warning over fake Ebola drugs (CNN)

Labour leader faces backlash from his own party over opposition to air strikes in Syria (Daily Mail)

Couple singing Peppa Pig tune to toddler 'forced off bus after complaints they were being racist' because it goes against Muslim pork ban (Daily Mail)

MAX HASTINGS: Why, with heavy heart, I believe we have no choice but to go to war again (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong police arrest pro-democracy protesters who stormed government complex (Independent)

Indonesian youths reject ISIS (CNN)

Boris Johnson Urges Londoners To 'Be Vigilant' On The Tube As Britain Prepares For Action In Iraq (Huffington Post)

I was kicked off Eurostar... for wanting an extra tea bag: Police called after buffet car bust-up (Daily Mail)

Britain is at war MPs vote YES to bombing blitz on IS in Iraq (Daily Star)

Iraq Crisis: RAF Jets Sent To Iraq After MPs Give Green Light For Action Against Islamic State (Huffington Post)

Khorasan group that was his by U.S. air strikes earlier this week was in the 'execution stage of a plot' that involved putting explosives onto aircraft bound for Europe or the U.S. (Daily Mail)

Labour frontbencher steps down over Iraq airstrike vote (Russia Today)

Coalition against ISIS grows (CNN)

Doctor treats Ebola with HIV drug (CNN)

Lebanon prime minister seeking international help against extremists (CBS News)

Hong Kong police move in to arrest pro-democracy demonstrators (Guardian)

US-led air strikes 'damaging IS' (BBC)

Hong Kong protesters, police clash over democratic reforms (Fox News)

Abbas: Israel waging war of genocide in Gaza (ALJAZEERA)

Hong Kong students scuffle with police over China refusal to allow reform; 29 hurt (Fox News)

Ed Miliband was always first down the pub, says Damian McBride (Daily Mail)

Pro-Democracy Students Storm Government Square in Hong Kong (Time Magazine)

Hong Kong students scuffle with police over China refusal to allow reform; 28 hurt (Fox News)

Cuban state tourism industry beginning to do business with new class of entrepreneurs (Fox News)

How much will ISIS fight cost Britain? (CNN)

Hong Kong student leader arrested (CNN)

New bombing raids target ISIL in Syria (ALJAZEERA)

Six arrested as Hong Kong protesters storm government plaza (Los Angeles Times)

"If you fall you get right back up" Kids bounce back against banner malfunction (CBS News)

Abbas: Israel's Gaza war 'genocide' (BBC)

Islamic State tightens siege of Syria town, more Europeans join alliance (Reuters)

Turkey-Syria border has turned into doorway for those seeking ISIS (CBS News)

France key player against ISIS (CNN)

British Parliament Approves Iraq Airstrikes (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

After China gives police new guns, spate suspicious shootings have followed (Washington Post - Paywall)

Air traffic fire 'set by employee' (BBC)

WorldViews: Newly armed police in China say they fear their guns as much as public (Washington Post - Paywall)

20 per cent off your first home: Tories offer first-time buyers under 40 special discount (Daily Mail)

United Nations General Assembly: Raising Hands to Join Peacekeeping Forces (New York Times - Paywall)

Three 9/11 first responders died of cancer on the same day (Russia Today)

Pro-Democracy Students Are Arrested in Hong Kong (New York Times - Paywall)

Iranian president gives qualified support for western action against Isis (Guardian)

U.S. Considers a No-Fly Zone to Protect Civilians From Airstrikes by Syria (New York Times - Paywall)

Trooper ambush suspect researched police manhunts (CBS News)

Assad steps up bombing as West strikes militants in Syria (Reuters)

Man, 21, charged over entering Islamic school armed with knife (Guardian)

Violence erupts on Turkey-Syria border as Kurds on both sides tear down fences to let refugees flee and fighters cross to take on ISIS (Daily Mail)

Ivory Coast to resume flights to countries struck by Ebola virus (Guardian)

Iraq War 3.0: When will we ever learn? (Russia Today)

No way Politicians pay with their jobs for voting AGAINST intervention (Daily Star)

Will oil strikes hurt Syrian civilians? (Channel4)

The Who release first song in eight years for bands 50th anniversary (Daily Express)

Syria air strikes: Khorasan Group poses 'clear and present danger' to airlines, says aviation security expert (Independent)

Britain, Belgium and Denmark join coalition fighting Islamic State (Los Angeles Times)

Ebola Death Toll Tops 3,000 (Time Magazine)

UK MPs back joining US-led strikes in Iraq (ALJAZEERA)

WorldViews: How an ancient tomb is a fault line in Syria's brutal civil war (Washington Post - Paywall)

FBI Warns of Possible Cyberattacks for ISIS Strikes (NBC News)

Facing ISIS With Few Supplies, Iraqi Soldiers Took to Phones (New York Times - Paywall)

Obama's dilemma in Syria (ALJAZEERA)

More ISIL sites in Syria hit by US air raids (ALJAZEERA)

WorldViews: Islamic State gains traction in al-Qaeda's old stomping grounds (Washington Post - Paywall)

W Africa Ebola deaths 'pass 3,000' (BBC)

Parliament backs air strikes against ISIS by 534 to 43 (Daily Mail)

3 More Countries Join the Coalition Against ISIS (Time Magazine)

U.S. Group Files Lawsuit Against Modi (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Britain, Denmark and Belgium join air campaign against Islamic State in Iraq (Washington Post - Paywall)

UK to join airstrikes in Iraq (CNN)

Isis advances in Syria despite air raids (Financial Times - Paywall)

West Africa Ebola death toll passes 3,000 - WHO (Reuters)

New York gangster serving life in British prisons for murder given extra 13 years on his sentence for trying to kill wardens in razor blade attack (Daily Mail)

Britain to join fight against ISIS in Iraq (CBS News)

It can't be that cold! European WAGS wrap up warm to join the colourful crowds at a packed Gleneagles as the Ryder Cup tees off (Daily Mail)

WHO: More doses of Ebola vaccines available soon (CBS News)

Ryder Cup: Close first day (CNN)

'It was a crank call': family seeks action against 911 caller in Walmart shooting (Guardian)

Not in my name': French Muslims rally to denounce ISIS beheadings (Russia Today)

Walmart police shooting: 911 call to Ohio dispatcher video (Guardian)

After Ebola Outbreak, Obama Calls for Global Effort to Help Prevent Epidemics (New York Times - Paywall)

MPs support UK air strikes against IS (BBC)

Brighton mosque laments deaths of two teenagers turned jihadis in Syria (Guardian)

Syria: Civilians caught in strikes (CNN)

ISIS firefight filmed (CNN)

Germany arrests man who says he spent time in Syria with Islamic State group (Fox News)

Muslims in Europe rally against extremist violence (CBS News)

Fox News 'salutes' UAE's first female fighter pilot bombing ISIS positions as boobs on the ground' (Russia Today)

Homeless European migrants return to Marble Arch just weeks after police crackdown (Daily Mail)

Insight - U.S.-led strikes pressure al Qaeda's Syria group to join with Islamic State (Reuters)

Bombing against Isis to start in hours as MPs back new Iraq war (Guardian)

Air travel chaos (CNN)

Big Fat Gypsy star Paddy Doherty's son led police on high speed chase in stolen BMW for eight miles which ended in a head-on horror smash (Daily Mail)

MPs give backing to air strikes in Iraq but wonder where intervention will lead (Guardian)

Ebola Doctor Shortage Eases as Volunteers Begin to Step Forward (New York Times - Paywall)

War in Iraq: Campaign against Isis is 'just war' says Archbishop of Canterbury (Independent)

World News Update: School children face pepper spray in Hong Kong march (Daily Star)

Hong Kong students storm government HQ to demand full democracy (Reuters)

UK air strikes against Isis in Iraq: best-case and worst-case scenarios (Guardian)

War in Iraq: Veterans of last Iraq war uneasy as history repeats itself (Independent)

Total disgrace': George Galloway blasted over ISIS comments opposing UK airstrikes (Russia Today)

Vigilante jailed for using a knuckleduster to attack a convicted paedophile in the street told police 'I would have killed him' (Daily Mail)

Pensioner cuts head told GP can't help as he is not trained in First Aid (Daily Mail)

Sweets and ice cream': London terror police swoop on candy shop (Russia Today)

UKIP demands 'priority entry' lanes for British citizens at airports (Daily Mail)

Queen Elizabeth hospital under police investigation after two patients die (Daily Mail)

Rushanara Ali Quits Labour Frontbench Over Vote To Approve British Airstrikes In Iraq (Huffington Post)

Hillary Clinton presidential bid: Former First Lady's dislike of the media must be tackled if she wants to return to the White House (Independent)

ISIS Lieutenant Emerges From Australian Red-Light District (New York Times - Paywall)

Suit filed in US against Modi for India riots (ALJAZEERA)

British Parliament votes for airstrikes in Iraq, but not in Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

Where does Isis get its money? - video explainer (Guardian)

British Parliament approves airstrikes in Iraq; no endorsement of Syria strikes (Fox News)

Brutal ISIS Beheadings Spread to Afghanistan (NBC News)

Kurdish fighters target Isis near Syrian border as refugee numbers continue to rise - video (Guardian)

Denmark to Join Fight Against Islamic State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Pound strengthens against euro to give British better value on the Continent (Daily Mail)

Police chief's attempt to join Michael Brown march provokes new arrests, tensions in Ferguson (Russia Today)

MPs' Iraq vote: Commons passes vote by massive majority to include Britain in Isis strikes (Independent)

MPs' Iraq vote: Commons passes vote by massive majority to include Britain in strikes against Isis (Independent)

Iraq War Debate: MPs Vote To Bomb ISIS Forces (Huffington Post)

News anchor Matt Pieper goes on sweary anti-benefits rant without realising he's still on air (Independent)

UK is at WAR: MPs vote FOR action against psychopathic terrorists of Islamic State (Daily Express)

Islamic State tightens grip on Syrian border town; shells hit Turkey (Reuters)

Chicago air traffic halted over fire at FAA facility (CBS News)

MPs approve air strikes against IS in Iraq - is Syria next? (Channel4)

Kim Jong-un 'may be suffering with gout' as state confirms North Korean leader is ill (Independent)

Denmark to send F-16 jets to aid anti-ISIS strikes in Iraq (Russia Today)

Gridiron's annual British vacation (CNN)

Sinosphere Blog: Q. and A.: Anson Chan on Political Compromise in Hong Kong (New York Times - Paywall)

House of Hugo Britain's first luxury hotel for DOGS opens and gets TV show (Daily Mail)

Experimental Ebola vaccine doses ready by early 2015 WHO (Russia Today)

VIDEO: NFL stars take Great British quiz (BBC)

U.S. airstrikes hit ISIS oil areas, destroy tanks (CBS News)

Britain ready to put robust legal case' used by US for Syria airstrikes Foreign Secretary (Russia Today)

Turks Weigh Bigger Role in Fight Against Islamic State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Londoners warned to be 'vigilant' on the Tube by Boris Johnson warns as MPs vote over air strikes in Iraq (Independent)

Britain joining air strikes raises threat of attack in Europe from 3,000 returning ISIS fighters, warns EU anti-terror chief (Daily Mail)

Tornados jets & guided missiles: Ex-Air Force chief questions effectiveness of UK airstrikes against ISIS (Russia Today)

WorldViews: Nominee for envoy to Mexico would be first woman, daughter of immigrants (Washington Post - Paywall)

Air strikes hit oilfields and Islamic State bases in Syria - monitoring group (Reuters)

Islamic State tightens grip on Syrian border town, shells hit Turkey (Reuters)

Northern Irish police launch 'scratch and sniff' cannabis cards for the public (Daily Mail)

Raptors, reapers & rockets: What US & Co use against ISIS (Russia Today)

Iraq's sectarian war rages unabated (Financial Times - Paywall)

Iran's President Says West's Blunders' Aided Rise of Islamic State (New York Times - Paywall)

Mohammed Asghar case: Fresh fears over British pensioner shot while in Pakistani prison (Independent)

Inside the British Museum's new exhibition Witches & Wicked Bodies (Daily Mail)

WATCH: Son of Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Paddy Doherty crashes car during police chase (Daily Express)

As U.S. takes on the Islamic State, al-Qaeda remains degraded but not defeated (Washington Post - Paywall)

David Haine's daughter Bethany breaks silence wife Dragana also backs British air strikes (Daily Mail)

ISIS moves closer to Syria-Turkey border amid mass exodus of Kurds (Russia Today)

'Iran will work with US against ISIS only after nuclear crisis resolved' (Russia Today)

David Cameron: 'Islamic State has declared war on the West' (Independent)

'Over 3,000 Europeans join jihadis' (BBC)

Woman filmed being beaten by California Highway Patrol police officer receives $1.5 million settlement (Independent)

MPs' Iraq vote: Cameron warns Isis air strikes not enough to defeat 'bunch of psychopathic terrorists' (Independent)

US funded and trained jihadists in Syria and now it wants to fight them' (Russia Today)

France's First Ebola Patient in "Stable" Condition (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

India police 'assaulted me with petrol and chilli powder on my genitals' (Independent)

Doctor treating Ebola with HIV drug (CNN)

UK MPs vote overwhelmingly for ISIS airstrikes in Iraq (Russia Today)

MPs debate air strikes in Iraq - video (Channel4)

What does victory over ISIS look like? (CNN)

WorldViews: Pregnant women at risk of becoming collateral casualties to Ebola epidemic (Washington Post - Paywall)

Britain set to join third Gulf war (Channel4)

Iraq Front Line 'Trenches' Like World War One (Sky News)

Pentagon denies civilian deaths in Syria bombing so far (Russia Today)

Hamas agrees to cede some power in Gaza to Fatah for the first time in seven years (Washington Post - Paywall)

Islamic State executes female human rights lawyer by firing squad after Facebook post (Washington Post - Paywall)

ISIS destroys 7th-century church, historical mosque in Iraq's Tikrit (Russia Today)

Obama, at U.N., calls Ebola a threat to global security (Los Angeles Times)

Ferguson police chief apologizes to family of Michael Brown (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

As MPs prepare to vote... Warnings Iraq action could last for YEARS (Daily Express)

Disabled most at risk as Sierra Leone fights Ebola (Channel4)

VIDEO: British jihadist 'was normal lad' (BBC)

U.S. says airstrikes crippled most of small oil refineries held by Islamic State in Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

Islamic State killed human rights lawyer in Iraq, U.N. says (Los Angeles Times)

Iraqi human rights lawyer killed by ISIS (CBS News)

UAEs 1st female fighter pilot part of ISIS strikes (CBS News)

WorldViews: Photos: A day in the life of a devastated Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

Iran's president appeals for united' world against extremism in name of Islam (Washington Post - Paywall)

Iraq's Abadi warns of plot against West; U.S. officials say they do not know of terror plan (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Secret video shows what life is like inside the heartland of the Islamic State (Washington Post - Paywall)

Refugees brutal trek to flee ISIS (CNN)

The Arkansas Senate race: Fried pickles and Ebola (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Saudi Arabia prince on helping U.S. fight ISIS (CBS News)

Cameron puts the UK on a war footing in Iraq - but not Syria (Channel4)

Up to five British jihadis reported dead in US airstrikes (Channel4)

Apple iPhone 6 Camera Tested Against Every Other iPhone - See the Results (Forbes)

Air strikes in Syria hit Khorasan group - but who are they? (Channel4)

Britain prepares to join fight against Islamic State in Iraq (Channel4)

Would PM have support for British air strikes? - video (Channel4)

US air strikes in Syria - Q&A (Channel4)

Will Britain join the air strikes campaign against IS? (Channel4)

Twitter users in Syria live tweet air strikes on Raqqa (Channel4)

IS releases second video of British hostage John Cantlie (Channel4)

US air strikes: Obama lured into Syria's civil war (Channel4)

US seeks 'bandwidth' to deal with IS, Ebola and the Ukraine crisis (Channel4)

Islamic State advance: 130,000 Kurds flee to Turkey (Channel4)

Confronting Islamic State: An improbable alliance (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Confronting Islamic State: A war by any other name (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Health in west Africa: Help in the time of Ebola (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Missing Miami woman’s ex kills himself after police find body in car trunk (Miami Herald)

Confronting Islamic State: The next war against global jihadism (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Barack Obama and Islamic State: Back to Iraq (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Haunted by the Bosnian war (CNN)

Democracy in Hong Kong: Political city (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Politics in Hong Kong: Learning from the enemy (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Commemorating the first world war: In foreign fields (Economist Magazine - Paywall)