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Wednesday, 1st October 2014

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Drones eye view of Hong Kong protests (CBS News)

Boston Herald apologizes for Obama "Watermelon Toothpaste" cartoon (CBS News)

Accused Vegas shooter to plead guilty in bribery case (CBS News)

U.S. airlines in contact with government about Ebola concerns (Daily Mail)

A presidential selfie! Thrilled girl soccer player snaps pic with Obama as her background at White House salute to 2013 Major League Soccer champs (Daily Mail)

RAF Tornados destroy two more Islamic State targets (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong protesters threaten to occupy government buildings amid China hack fears (Daily Mail)

Alice Gross's parents 'devastated' as police confirm body found in river (Daily Mail)

U.S. kids exposed to Ebola case being monitored (CBS News)

Are thermal scanners effective Ebola prevention tools or just a placebo? (Guardian)

Hong Kong protesters mass at leader's office (ALJAZEERA)

VIDEO: Body found is Alice Gross, say police (BBC)

Morning Mail: budget concessions, Abbott on the burqa, Hong Kong, Ebola (Guardian)

Turkey to approve a bigger military role in Iraq and Syria but not on American terms (Washington Post - Paywall)

U.S. Ebola Patient Identified as Liberian National (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hong Kong protests: Students stage rally outside chief executive's office live (Guardian)

Apple planned to partner with PayPal - until it found out the money site was working with Samsung (Daily Mail)

In Dallas Ebola Case, Officials Are Monitoring Children Exposed to Patient (New York Times - Paywall)

Did US Ebola victim change flights at Heathrow? (Daily Mail)

U.S. has abandoned HK protesters (CNN)

Hong Kong strategy: Both sides eye end game (Washington Post - Paywall)

China warns on 'illegal' HK protests (BBC)

Florida town infamous for speed traps disbanding police force (CBS News)

Brother hopes body found in Irish bog could be 'Disappeared' man abducted and killed by the IRA in 1978 because they suspected he was working for the British (Daily Mail)

First Glastonbury tickets go in 14 minutes (BBC)

Ebola Vaccines Are Being Expedited (Time Magazine)

Pennsylvania: No hunting in manhunt search area after explosives found (CBS News)

US Ebola patient told staff of Liberia travel but was allowed to leave hospital (Guardian)

Iraqi Kurds fight ISIS with aged weapons (Fox News)

ISIS Fighters Overrun Kurdish Village in Syria (New York Times - Paywall)

Iraqi Kurds fighting Islamic State say they have yet to receive weapons pledged by US, allies (Fox News)

Hong Kong protesters: We'll widen civil disobedience (CNN)

Texas girl kidnapped in 2002 found safe in Mexico (CBS News)

Liberian Officials Identify Ebola Victim in Texas as Thomas Eric Duncan (New York Times - Paywall)

Obama Does Not Share Netanyahu's Optimism on Mideast Peace Process (New York Times - Paywall)

Fierce ISIS fighting caught on camera (CNN)

Florida man found guilty of first-degree murder in 'loud music' retrial (Guardian)

Whoops! Banksy's latest satirical graffiti goes straight over the heads of council officials - who declare it 'racist' and scrub it off just a day after it appears (Daily Mail)

Texas Ebola Patient Had Contact With Kids, Perry Says (NBC News)

How tear gas united protesters (CNN)

Up to 18 exposed to U.S. Ebola patient, including children (Reuters)

Ebola in America and Other Fascinating News on the Web (Time Magazine)

'Jesus Christ didn't exist' according to Michael Paulkovich who found no mention of him in historical texts (Daily Mail)

Derek Jeter announces first post-retirement venture (CBS News)

Obama Calls on Israel to Help 'Shake Up' Peace Process (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola is in America: Dallas man is diagnosed with disease AFTER return from Africa in first case found on U.S. soil. Now in isolation but he MAY have infected others (Daily Mail)

WorldViews: Ebola panic in America might help save lives in Africa (Washington Post - Paywall)

Hong Kong protests: US calls for restraint while China says respect its sovereignty - video (Guardian)

Julia Pierson, First Woman To Head US Secret Service, Resigns Over Security Breach (Huffington Post)

Hong Kong leader plays waiting game, protesters demand he resigns (Reuters)

Hong Kong Seeks to Wait Out Protesters (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

WorldViews: Photos: How Hong Kong's protesters celebrated China's National Day (Washington Post - Paywall)

Hong Kong Protests Extend Beyond Organizers' Grasp (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Turkey vows to fight Islamic State, coalition strikes near border (Reuters)

Students vow to step up HK protests (BBC)

Hong Kong Government's Strategy on Protesters: Wait Them Out (New York Times - Paywall)

Turkey seeks parliament nod to join military op against ISIS (Russia Today)

Stocks Drop As Ebola Fears, Mixed Economic Data Weigh On Market (Forbes)

Yazidi girls reveal the hell they endured and witnessed during ISIS captivity (Daily Mail)

Portland bomb case ends with 30-year sentence amid entrapment claims (Guardian)

David Cameron stops off for a hamburger with wife Sam at US chain Five Guys recommended to him by Barack Obama (Daily Mail)

CDC Received Over 90 Calls About Potential Ebola Cases Before Dallas Patient (Time Magazine)

Wall St. bullish on Ebola cure (CNN)

New threat by Hong Kong protesters raises the stakes in standoff (CBS News)

U.K. Police Drop Charges Against Muslim Activist (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Just HOW long should you know someone before tying the knot? Sexpert Tracey Cox on the right time to get wed (and why she hasn't got high hopes for George and Amal) (Daily Mail)

UN staffer dies of 'probable' Ebola (Fox News)

Doctor treats Ebola with HIV drug (CNN)

U.S. Ebola case: Hunt to trace patient's contacts (CNN)

Mistake Led to Ebola Patient's Initial Release (Time Magazine)

First U.S. Ebola Patient Identified (Time Magazine)

Dallas's Liberian residents concerned but not panicked by first US Ebola case (Guardian)

China honours its fallen with its first 'Martyrs' Day' ceremonies (Daily Mail)

Turkey could join war on ISIS (CNN)

City in Jordan welcomes ISIS (CNN)

Ebola deaths reach 3,338, but widely undercounted, WHO says (Reuters)

Secret Service allowed three-time felon carrying gun in elevator with Obama (Daily Mail)

Obama and Netanyahu bid to mend strained ties (ALJAZEERA)

Bomb-hunting Chinese security officials conduct anal probes on National Day pigeons (Daily Mail)

Chen: Protesters 'gullible' (CNN)

Iraq PM opposes Arab strikes in Iraq (BBC)

Can Tiny Taiwan sway China on Hong Kong? (CBS News)

Hong Kong: what do the protesters want? - video (Guardian)

France boosts military presence in Persian Gulf amid fight against Islamic State group (Fox News)

Texas Ebola Patient Had Contact With School-Age Kids, Perry Says (NBC News)

New Afghan leader reopens bank case (BBC)

Teenager Josie Leigh Herniman, 15, found dead in woods one mile from her home 'after being bullied at school' (Daily Mail)

Ebola in US: Children came in contact with patient suffering from deadly virus (Independent)

Hong Kong protests on National Day - in pictures (Guardian)

Second Patient Monitored for Ebola in Texas (Time Magazine)

Hero police officer who almost died when he was crushed by burglar's car returns to work (Daily Mail)

Expert: China lacks strategy to handle Hong Kong protests (Fox News)

Hong Kong protest draws biggest crowds yet on holiday celebrating Communist Party (Washington Post - Paywall)

Saudi Arabia plans for Ebola as millions visit for hajj pilgrimage (Guardian)

Remains found in Disappeared search (BBC)

This Is the 21-Day Process for Stopping Ebola (Time Magazine)

Timeline: Hong Kong's Struggle for Democracy (Time Magazine)

Anti-Muslim Hate Crime Soars In London, According To New Police Figures (Huffington Post)

Hong Kong protesters try to win over tourists from mainland China but get an earful instead (Fox News)

Ebola virus: Efforts to fight virus being let down by cuts to direct aid' (Independent)

Ebola Worries Help Hand Dow Triple-Digit Loss (NBC News)

Why Chanel's Feminist Protest Is Great News For Gender Equality (Huffington Post)

Did It Spread? What We Know About the U.S. Ebola Patient (NBC News)

Turkish MPs to vote on military action against Isis (Guardian)

First US Ebola patient was in contact with school-aged children - Texas governor (Russia Today)

In Hunt for Funds, Somalia Found Trouble (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Can you feed a family on £20 a week? Goodtoknow's Anneliese found out (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Hunt for US Ebola victim contacts (BBC)

Ebola virus in the US: Calls for calm after America's first Ebola case (Independent)

Ambulance shortage striking Liberia as Ebola flourishes (Fox News)

Hong Kong: Lord Patten tells Beijing they are reneging on two-system deal (Independent)

Coming Up: Gov. Rick Perry Speaks on Texas Ebola Patient (NBC News)

Birds-eye view of Hong Kong protests (CNN)

Daniel Fitzsimons jailed in Iraq for gun rampage demanding to come back to Britain (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong students vow to escalate protests (Financial Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong protesters threaten to occupy buildings (Fox News)

Ebola: first US case diagnosed in Texas, say health officials - video (Guardian)

Hong Kong protests: The politest demonstration ever but where do they go from here? (Independent)

Moment Britain bombed ISIS in pictures as RAF Tornados launch second wave in Iraq (Daily Mail)

Man diagnosed with Ebola virus in US was sent home for two days (Guardian)

Moazzam Begg freed after terrorism case against him collapses (Guardian)

What Hong Kong protesters want (CNN)

Family appeal over Syria case teen (BBC)

Ebola worse than HIV, SARS UN official (Russia Today)

Israel's Netanyahu tells Obama that Iran can't be allowed to reach nuclear arms 'threshold' (Reuters)

British warplanes destroy Islamic State group targets in Iraq (Fox News)

David Cameron: Non-Violence' responsible for ISIS (Russia Today)

Ebola Overwhelming West Africa Communities (New York Times - Paywall)

Christians, Kurds flee Iraq (CNN)

WorldViews: Russian view: West stirs up Hong Kong as a way to punish Russia (Washington Post - Paywall)

Ebola patient 'in serious condition' (BBC)

Nigerian president praises Ebola fight on country's anniversary (Fox News)

China celebrates National Day but all eyes are on Hong Kong (Guardian)

Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution Has A Truly Complex Leadership (Huffington Post)

Liberia Hopes Ebola Diagnosis in the U.S. Will Lead to More Help (Time Magazine)

Why Sri Lanka's Detention of Mrs Balenderan Jayakumari Is So Sinister (Huffington Post)

Hong Kong Students Take Lead in Campaign for Democracy (New York Times - Paywall)

Why are Hong Kongs protestors rallying around the number 689? (Guardian)

Hong Kong protest leaders threaten to occupy government buildings (Guardian)

Slovakia says gas supplies from Russia have dropped by half in last day (Fox News)

Very Civil Disobedience: Inside Hong Kong's Polite 'Revolution' (NBC News)

Hong Kong's Protests Vs. Pakistan's Protests In Pictures (Forbes)

Chinese activist, Wang Long, 'arrested for sharing photos of Hong Kong protests online' (Independent)

Khat smuggler is first to be jailed since drug outlawed (Daily Star)

Policy change over armed police (BBC)

Hong Kong protests: Shocking footage shows police pepper spraying elderly man in face (Independent)

World Bank chief says Ebola outbreak shows harm of inequality (Reuters)

Alan Henning's wife pleads with ISIS to release him in moving video (Daily Mail)

Pentagon Dispatches 101st Airborne to Africa to Tackle Ebola (Time Magazine)

ISIS loses ground in Iraq as U.K. joins the fight (CBS News)

Dallas EMS Crew Tests Negative For Ebola (Time Magazine)

Woman Found Alive In Trunk Of Daughter's Car (Sky News)

RAF strikes in Iraq: analysts say Isis defeat will mean lengthy campaign (Guardian)

Hong Kong protesters threaten to occupy buildings if city chief doesn't quit (Russia Today)

Hong Kong's Protesters Don't Need the Internet to Chat With One Another (Time Magazine)

China performs cavity searches on 10,000 pigeons ahead of National Day event (Independent)

A Clear Ultimatum From Hong Kong's Protesters (Sky News)

VIDEO: RAF releases video of Iraq attack (BBC)

Lack of intelligence': US airstrikes in Syria, Iraq could lead to high civilian casualties (Russia Today)

No love for "National Day" on Hong Kong streets (CBS News)

Hong Kong Protests Hit China's National Day (Sky News)

Why You Need a Mentor In Business (Huffington Post)

Syrian Kurds fleeing Isis arrive at the Turkish border - in pictures (Guardian)

How Ebola is Changing Liberia: A First Person Account From the Ground (Time Magazine)

Florida police shoot woman, 62, in back with stun gun (Guardian)

WorldViews: On China's National Day, Hong Kong's government put on a clown show (Washington Post - Paywall)

Hong Kong's Champagne-Swilling Leader Heckled, Jeered (NBC News)

Hong Kong Police Pepper-Spray Elderly Protester In The Eyes In Disturbing Video (Huffington Post)

The Biggest Secret Service Breaches Under Obama (NBC News)

Dutch ISIS sympathizing schoolboy suspended for wanting to 'decapitate Jews' (Russia Today)

Hong Kong Protests - China's New Tiananmen Moment (Huffington Post)

Teenage girls recall horrors of ISIS captivity (Fox News)

Air drop blunder sees water, food and ammunition delivered to ISIS militants by mistake (Daily Mail)

Lithuania protests Russian seizure of fishing ship in Arctic waters (Fox News)

Defiant HK protests on National Day (BBC)

Hong Kong packed with National Day protesters (ALJAZEERA)

First US Ebola case: officials vow to stop virus in its tracks (Guardian)

First Ebola case diagnosed in the US (BBC)

Armed man shared lift with Obama (BBC)

Aberystwyth police forced to cover up student after friends strip him (Daily Mail)

Ebola Patient: Officials Tracing Contacts (Sky News)

Texas' Liberian Community Reacts to Ebola Patient (NBC News)

Day in pictures: 1 October (BBC)

More Volcano Victims Found as Typhoon Takes Aim at Japan (NBC News)

Are we heading for Ebola outbreak in the US? (Channel4)

Dragon see, dragon do: Researchers find first evidence that reptiles can learn through imitation (Daily Mail)

Edinburgh becomes first UK airport to use Google Glass but safety fears are raised (Daily Mail)

Sinosphere Blog: Message for Beijing Hidden in a Hong Kong Street Poem (New York Times - Paywall)

Ebola Watch: CDC Monitoring People Close to U.S. Patient (NBC News)

First Ebola patient diagnosed in US wont be treated with ZMapp (Guardian)

Aristide supporters clash with Haiti police (ALJAZEERA)

Hope for cancer patients as scientists discover why radiotherapy doesn't always work (Daily Mail)

Irish police find body in search for Disappeared Brendan Megraw (Guardian)

U.S. Campaign Against ISIS Has Cost Nearly $1 Billion So Far: Report (Time Magazine)

U.K. Conducts Iraq Strikes (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola orphans in West Africa struggle to cope with losses (Los Angeles Times)

Ebola crisis response: Cuba sends doctors, US deploys troops (Russia Today)

Detentions of Hong Kong Protest Sympathizers Reported in Mainland (New York Times - Paywall)

DVLA website crashes as hundreds of thousands of worried motorists rush to renew their vehicle tax on day discs are abolished (Daily Mail)

Taliban Stage Attacks One Day After Afghanistan and U.S. Sign Security Deal (New York Times - Paywall)

'We see ourselves as the vanguard': the police force using drones to fight crime (Guardian)

Dallas Keeps Calm and Carries On After Ebola Arrives (Time Magazine)

Ebola in the US: Officials scrambling to track down all in contact with infected patient (Independent)

For Mainland Tourists in Hong Kong, Standoff Is Both Inconvenience and Inspiration (New York Times - Paywall)

California governor outlaws paparazzi drones, days after approving police UAVs (Russia Today)

Armed security contractor with assault conviction shared a lift with Barack Obama in another security lapse (Independent)

Ebola in US: 'There is no reason to panic about the disease spreading,' expert says (Independent)

In pictures: Hong Kong protests swell (BBC)

Mix-up sees Iraq pilot drop aid, ammo for ISIS instead of govt troops (Russia Today)

'Dracula's dungeon' unearthed Secret torture chamber found beneath Turkish castle (Daily Star)

Report: 5 Spanish soldiers to stand trial for allegedly beating prisoners while in Iraq (Fox News)

Russian TV Portrays Hong Kong Protests as U.S. Plot (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

We gave our life savings to Nationwide and found the top rate lasted just 30 days (Daily Mail)

Top international skiers Jean Phillipe Auclair and Carl Andreas Fransson found dead after Chile avalanche (Independent)

More bodies found on Mount Ontake with the death toll from the eruption at the deadly Japanese volcano now standing at 48 (Daily Mail)

For Hong Kong Leader, Pressure Builds From Both Sides (New York Times - Paywall)

Ebola in the US: the risks and the response to the first case (Guardian)

Taiwan supports Hong Kong in its demands for greater democracy within the Chinese system (Fox News)

ISIS Seizes Weapons After Overrunning Iraqi Base (NBC News)

Coalition jets strike Islamic State near Turkish border - Kurdish sources (Reuters)

Car Tax Disc Changes Cause Chaos At DVLA On First Day Of Paperles System (Huffington Post)

Martin Goldberg found dead along with hundreds of secretly filmed images of boys (Daily Mail)

British prosecutors drop terrorism case against former Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg (Fox News)

Democracy protests overshadow China's National Day ceremonies in Hong Kong (Los Angeles Times)

Fears for Yusra Hussien as expert claims she will marry to play her part in Islamic State (Daily Mail)

Ebola In America: One Hospital Just Treated Three Ebola Patients -- And Already Cured Two Of Them (Forbes)

UK Kurds begin hunger strike, demand heavy weapons for ISIS fight (Russia Today)

WATCH: China Censors Foreign TV Coverage of Protests (NBC News)

Emmy the Great on a Hong Kong 'dreamed by its people' (Channel4)

Iraqi pilots deliver food and ammunition to Isis militants by mistake (Independent)

Why are chicken, lamb, pork and beef the 'normal' meats? (BBC)

Hong Kong Protesters Sing In The Rain As The 'Umbrella Revolution' Weathers The Storm (Huffington Post)

What it's like covering Ebola (CNN)

WATCH: Magical moment boy takes his first steps after doctors said he may never walk (Daily Express)

Twelve More Bodies Found On Deadly Japan Volcano (Sky News)

Hong Kong Protests Slow Down Tourism (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hong Kong Protesters Brace for Test (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Armed Ex-Convict Allowed In Lift With Obama (Sky News)

Appeal in £290million tax avoidance case involving Chris Moyles fails and former R1 DJ is now warned to expect huge tax bill (Daily Mail)

Australian Police Make Arrest After Antiterror Raids (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

'Don't behead my Alan' hostage's wife begs Islamic State to show him mercy (Daily Star)

Syrian activists: Islamic State group beheads Kurdish fighters captured in border clashes (Fox News)

WorldViews: Around the world, drones have changed the way we see protests (Washington Post - Paywall)

MoD releases video of first Iraq airstrikes (Channel4)

Thai police investigating Hannah Witheridge and David Miller accused of beating driver (Daily Mail)

Kurdish hunger strikers stage protests seeking support against Isis jihadis (Guardian)

Billion-Dollar Bombing: U.S. Spends Millions a Day to Fight ISIS (NBC News)

Ebola in the US: Critically ill man was first sent home from hospital with antibiotics (Independent)

Watch What It's Like to Be at the Hong Kong Protests (Time Magazine)

EMS crew, ambulance in Dallas Ebola case isolated (CBS News)

How mild mannered protest in Hong Kong is rocking China (Channel4)

What a conceited COKE HEAD: Stephen Fry's latest book reads (amid the crass name-dropping) like a love letter to a class A drug. Why IS such a talented man such a lout? (Daily Mail)

Man with Ebola at Dallas hospital was first SENT HOME with antibiotics before the deadly virus was later discovered (Daily Mail)

Washington Issues Statement Backing Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Protesters (Time Magazine)

UK Tornado jets in fresh Iraq strikes against ISIS vehicles (Russia Today)

Iraq air strikes: RAF Tornados fire four missiles at Isis targets in overnight attack (Independent)

Iraq air strikes: RAF Tornados fire four missiles at Isis vehicles in overnight attack (Independent)

RAF bombers attack two Islamic State targets in Iraq, MoD says (Guardian)

ISIL under heavy assault by Kurds in Iraq (ALJAZEERA)

Hong Kong's Status May Limit Beijing (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

10 Funny Quotes To Celebrate World Vegetarian Day (Huffington Post)

Neil 'Dr' Fox arrested by police investigating claims of historic 'sex assaults' (Daily Mail)

Second day of security operation (BBC)

Joshua Wong: the teenager who is the public face of the Hong Kong protests (Guardian)

More bodies found at summit of Japan volcano (Fox News)

For the Fallen: Amazing photos capture the stories behind far-flung resting places of Commonwealth soldiers who died during the First World War (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong protests: National Day holiday sees thousands join pro-democracy rallies (Independent)

Hong Kong protests: Pro-democracy protesters threaten to occupy government buildings (Independent)

Syrian refugees continue to flood across border into Turkey - despite airstrikes on ISIS troops besieging border town (Daily Mail)

Footage of first British air strike on Isis - video (Guardian)

Dozen more bodies found on summit of Japanese volcano, raising death toll to 48 (Fox News)

Body found in Alice Gross search (BBC)

New Protest Crowds Build in Hong Kong (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hong Kong braces for National Day protest (ALJAZEERA)

Why are we killing world's animals? (CNN)

Catalonia erupts in protests over Nov. 9 referendum ban (PHOTOS) (Russia Today)

Tens of thousands flood Hong Kong streets (Financial Times - Paywall)

Alice Gross search: Police launch murder investigation after body is found in canal (Daily Express)

BREAKING: Family completely devastated as police confirm body found of Alice Gross (Daily Express)

How does Ebola spread? (CNN)

Fight Against Islamic State May Extend Into Syria (Sky News)

Uniquely Hong Kong: Say it with a sign (CNN)

Amid differences, Netanyahu to seek reassurances from Obama on Iran (Reuters)

Hong Kong travel (CNN)

News of Hong Kong protests kept out of Chinese media (Fox News)

Alice Gross Police Find Body In River Brent, Announce Probe Now A Murder Inquiry (Huffington Post)

'Students come in peace:' Hong Kong's polite protest (CNN)

Ebola: First case of deadly virus diagnosed in US (Independent)

Alan Henning: Wife renews plea over Isis hostage as RAF jets strike in Iraq (Independent)

African community in Dallas reacts to Ebola news (CBS News)

BREAKING: Body found in Alice Gross hunt as police launch murder investigation (Daily Star)

Hong Kong: Britain weighs into dispute as tensions mount over national holiday (Independent)

Could the U.S. have done more to prevent Ebola from arriving? (CBS News)

Hong Kong Democracy Protesters Are Being Targeted by Malicious Spyware (Time Magazine)

Egypt offers military training to Libya, cites Islamic State threat (Reuters)

The Needs of Hong Kong's Silent Majority Are Being Ignored (Time Magazine)

Australian aircraft to support U.S.-led air strikes in Iraq - PM (Reuters)

Hong Kong protests day three - watch live (Channel4)

Australia sends 2 unarmed air force planes to support US-led coalition missions over Iraq (Fox News)

Reports: Beijing hand-checked 10,000 pigeons released for National Day amid tight security (Fox News)

First Case Of Ebola Diagnosed In United States (Sky News)

Sinosphere Blog: Pigeons Said to Undergo Anal Security Check' for Chinese National Day (New York Times - Paywall)

Huhne police grabbed reporter's phone data to unmask the go-between in discussions between the Mail on Sunday and Constance Briscoe (Daily Mail)

Liberia Ebola outbreak: health workers struggling to cope video (Guardian)

Muslim Free Zone': Arkansas gun range bans Islamic customers (Russia Today)

Kurds seize Iraq/Syria border post; Sunni tribe joins fight against Islamic State (Reuters)

UK funds Ebola clinics in S Leone (BBC)

Journey from the centre of the Earth! Pilot, 70, becomes the first person ever to fly a balloon underground (Daily Mail)

Symbols of Hong Kong's 'revolution' (CNN)

VIDEO: Modi and Obama pledge deeper ties (BBC)

Hong Kong-China relationship is changing amid new dynamic (Los Angeles Times)

How U.S. Doctors Can Contain Ebola (Time Magazine)

Ebola in the U.S.: What you need to know now (CBS News)

Hong Kong Marks Chinese National Day With Demands for Political Reform (Time Magazine)

Snapshots from the streets: Hong Kong's unprecedented protests festive, orderly and resolute (Fox News)

Take back our tanks': Police can't get rid of military gear in Ferguson aftermath (Russia Today)

The Good News About Ebola in America (Time Magazine)

Ebola in the United States: What You Need to Know (Time Magazine)

Wreckage of 253-foot British-built steamship that sank off Lake Ontario's western New York shore in 1926 found (Daily Mail)

Little girl born without fingers is the first to receive new bionic 'Iron Man' style hand - in her favourite colours (Daily Mail)

Obama Approves Plan to Let Children in Central America Apply for Refugee Status (New York Times - Paywall)

Reports: Armed Ex-Convict Was Allowed on Elevator With Obama (Time Magazine)

Hong Kong protesters dig in over election reforms (CBS News)

Here's Why Thousands of Walruses Are Gathering on Alaska's Shore (Time Magazine)

Kurdish Iraqi forces take border town from Islamic State (Los Angeles Times)

Report: Obama rode elevator with armed man (ALJAZEERA)

Hong Kong Protests Are Leaderless but Orderly (New York Times - Paywall)

Video Shows RAF Airstrike On IS In Iraq (Sky News)

Egypt court jails 68 pro-Morsi protesters (ALJAZEERA)

White House Urges Calm After First Confirmed U.S. Ebola Case (Time Magazine)

Turkey to Debate Striking Islamic State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Premier League's Cheick Tiote's wife Madah found out on FACEBOOK about other lovers (Daily Mail)

Chinese Web Censors Struggle With Hong Kong Protest (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong shopping district becomes political protest haven (Los Angeles Times)

For Obama and Indian Leader, a Friendly Stroll if Not a Full Embrace (New York Times - Paywall)

Traveller from Liberia is first Ebola patient diagnosed in U.S. (Reuters)

Ebola confirmed in Texas patient (CBS News)

BREAKING NEWS: Family of Alice Gross informed after police searching for schoolgirl find a body in London river (Daily Mail)

Ebola Is Diagnosed in Texas, First Case Found in the U.S. (New York Times - Paywall)

Body found during Alice Gross search (BBC)

Report: Armed Ex-Con Was on Elevator With Obama in Atlanta (NBC News)

U.S. Students to Don Yellow in Support of Hong Kong's Democracy Movement (Time Magazine)

The colossal cost of the battle against ISIS: Operations in Syria and Iraq will cost $2.4BILLION per year...and that's IF Obama doesn't ramp up strikes (Daily Mail)

In a Shift, British Sharpen Their Tone on Hong Kong Protests (New York Times - Paywall)

British special forces in Iraq 'carry chemical suits as ISIS feared planning gas attacks' (Daily Mail)

Turkey, with Islamic State on its doorstep, is expected to authorize troops in Syria, Iraq (Washington Post - Paywall)

Hong Kong Protesters' Phones Targeted by Malware (NBC News)

First Ebola case diagnosed in the US: what we know so far (Guardian)

What happened when Modi met Obama (CNN)

Hong Kong leader refuses to meet protesters (ALJAZEERA)

'Gutless' Cop-Killer Planted Bombs in Woods: Police (NBC News)

Connie Converse: The first singer-songwriter (BBC)

The Iraqis who laugh at Islamic State (BBC)

First Ebola case diagnosed in the United States - CDC (Reuters)

Close to Home: First Case of Ebola Diagnosed in U.S., CDC Confirms (NBC News)

VIDEO: The day Ivan got hitched to Ove (BBC)

Could Hong Kong become a financial backwater? (CBS News)

First US Ebola case diagnosed in Texas (Financial Times - Paywall)

First Ebola case diagnosed outside Africa being treated in US hospital (Guardian)

RAF launch 'successful' air strikes against terrorists in Iraq (Daily Star)

Explosives found in manhunt for trooper ambush suspect (CBS News)

First Ebola case diagnosed on US soil (ALJAZEERA)

Suspect Charged As Estate Agent's Body Found (Sky News)

Chemical used in ROCKET FUEL and found in some drinking water linked to abnormally low IQ in children (Daily Mail)

Wife of ISIS hostage makes televised plea to captors (CBS News)

Nigeria and Senegal 'contain' Ebola (BBC)

Sinosphere Blog: Chinese Umbrellas for Hong Kong? (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong protests: pro-democracy rallies remain as national holiday begins as it happened (Guardian)

VIDEO: China's power struggle in Hong Kong (BBC)

Secret service allowed armed man with assault charge into elevator with Obama (Guardian)

What's At Stake in Hong Kong (Time Magazine)

Michelle Obama debuts a sleek new hair cut to present the National Design Awards (Daily Mail)

ISIS is the Antithesis of Hajj, the Holy Pilgrimage (Time Magazine)

Watch Live: CDC Reveals First Case of Ebola Diagnosed in U.S. (NBC News)

Hitler's $66 million deluxe LA bunker was on way to becoming 'a self-sustaining Nazi utopia' if police had not carried out raid after Pearl Harbour (Daily Mail)

Lightning, rain fail to deter resolute Hong Kong protesters (Reuters)

Morning Mail: Clive Palmer rules out dole deal, Isis, Hong Kong's 'umbrella revolution' (Guardian)

RAF jets strike first IS targets (BBC)

Why Japan's sunny beaches are deserted (BBC)

Scared to Death: How Fear Is Spreading Ebola in Africa (NBC News)

Hong Kong erupts even as China tightens screws on civil society (Washington Post - Paywall)

Homicide charges for parents of son found decomposing in home (CBS News)

Nigeria's Actions Seem to Contain Ebola Outbreak (New York Times - Paywall)

Scores of students still missing after ambush by Mexican police and gunmen (Guardian)

First case of deadly Ebola virus diagnosed in America (Daily Express)

Canada Weighs Next Steps Against Islamic State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

First domestic Ebola case diagnosed in US (Russia Today)

Speak now: a history of the 'protest marriage' from Hong Kong to Kiev (Guardian)

Pennsylvania police find pipe bombs in woods during 'survivalist' manhunt (Guardian)

European Nations Try to Stop Citizens From Joining Radicals in Iraq and Syria (New York Times - Paywall)

No Second Suspect in Realtor's Murder, Police Say (NBC News)

In Hong Kong, protesters and government officials try to sway the silent majority (Washington Post - Paywall)

'Hong Kong wants equal rights', says protest leader - video (Channel4)

Obama and Pentagon at odds over Guantanamo closure (Russia Today)

VIDEO: Tooth decay: 'We found out the hard way' (BBC)

Dramatic aerial drone footage of Hong Kong protests - video (Guardian)

Judge urged to accept guilty plea in U.S. embassy bombing case (Reuters)

Tens of thousands sleep out: Massive protest lights up Hong Kong skyline PHOTOS (Russia Today)

British strikes on Islamic State group begin: the view from Iraq (Channel4)

Cold case detectives want to charge man with murder of university graduate Melanie Hall nearly 20 years after she was killed (Daily Mail)

Why law and war will not beat jihad (CNN)

Exclusive: Europe's new front line against ISIS (CNN)

Hong Kong Protesters Vow to Fight 'Forever' (NBC News)

Iraq crisis: Dozens killed in car bomb and mortar attacks in Baghdad (Independent)

Hong Kong protests: A good time to open a new restaurant? (Independent)

Obama and Modi call for 'new agenda' (BBC)

Thousands of Ebola orphans 'shunned' (BBC)

Marijuana firing case weighed by Colorado Supreme Court (CBS News)

Protests get nonstop coverage in Hong Kong, but not a single image in China's state media (Fox News)

Algeria identifies some kidnappers of French hiker later beheaded by Islamic militants (Fox News)

British warplanes carry out first strikes against Islamic State group in Iraq (Fox News)

New coalition airstrikes target ISIS near Syria-Turkey border (CBS News)

Kurds Drive ISIS From Key Border Crossing (NBC News)

EU protests over Russian detention of Lithuanian fishing boat (Reuters)

Two school shootings on the same day leave two students injured (Russia Today)

Leading Hong Kong activist accuses Cameron of selling out campaigners (Guardian)

Protest leaders and Hong Kong government refuse to budge (Guardian)

Britain calls its first airstrikes against Islamic State successful (Los Angeles Times)

Hong Kong protests: Thunderstorms can't drown out campaigners' calls for Chinese democracy (Independent)

Hong Kong protests: Britain weighs into dispute as tensions mount ahead of national holiday (Independent)

Hong Kong protests: Deputy PM calls China ambassador to urgent meeting over former colony (Independent)

Kurdish and Iraqi Forces Widen Offensive Against ISIS in Northern Iraq (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong leader urges protesters to go home, says he won't resign (Los Angeles Times)

Now it really IS the Umbrella Revolution! Thousands of pro-democracy protesters take shelter from torrential rain as deadline for election reforms nears (Daily Mail)

Who guides Hong Kongs Umbrella Revolution pro-democracy movement? (Guardian)

World News Update: UK enters the fray on Hong Kong riots (Daily Star)

Obama, Modi discuss trade, climate, Islamic State at White House (Reuters)

Britain Launches First Strikes Against ISIS in Iraq (NBC News)

Leung Chun-ying: the unprincipled wolf of Hong Kong or Beijings cipher? (Guardian)

VIDEO: Gates 'optimistic' for Ebola sufferers (BBC)

Ebola outbreak: The children orphaned by the virus then rejected by surviving relatives over fear of infection (Independent)

Teacher found dead filmed naked boys (BBC)

U.N. Ebola mission head wants significant progress in 60 days (Reuters)

Obama skipped most of his daily intelligence briefings - Government Accountability Institute (Russia Today)

A day of peace for a village at the centre of Congo's bloody war - but the militias could return at any time (Independent)

Cuts delay police ombudsman probes (BBC)

RAF jets launch first successful strikes against Islamic State in Iraq (Daily Express)

These Are the Refugees Leaving Everything Behind to Flee ISIS (NBC News)

WorldViews: Why Oct. 1 is a big day for the Hong Kong protests (Washington Post - Paywall)

UK firm that sold teargas to Hong Kong to review sales policy (Guardian)

UK jets launch first attacks against ISIS in Iraq (Russia Today)

RAF planes bomb Islamic State targets in Iraq for the first time (Guardian)

The Voice of a Hong Kong Student Protester (New York Times - Paywall)

Missing Bristol girl feared to be heading for Syria to join ISIS - police (Russia Today)

'Cameron - What Are You Doing?' The Daily Show's Jon Stewart Is Amazed By The British Debate On Iraq Air Strikes (Huffington Post)

Wife's Plea to ISIS Captors: 'We Need Him Back Home' (NBC News)

Deadly Blunder? Iraq Pilots Gave Food, Ammunition to ISIS (NBC News)

UN raises alert over neglected Ebola orphans (ALJAZEERA)

Alan Henning's Wife Asks Isis Captors To 'Please Release Him' (Huffington Post)

Hong Kongese professor pens heartfelt open letter expressing immense pride in her protesting students (Independent)

Hong Kong protests: Finance workers barbecue 2,000 sausages for hungry demonstrators (Independent)

'Mummified' rodent found during building renovations dates back to the Black Death (Daily Mail)

On the streets of Hong Kong with #OccupyCentral movement (Channel4)

Sri Lanka police stop online media workshop - rights groups (Reuters)

Hong Kong's protesters are digging in for the long haul (Channel4)

U.S. troops race to stem Ebola outbreak in Africa (CBS News)

Ten reasons why phones should NOT be allowed on planes (Daily Mail)

Why Modi's U.S. visit matters (CNN)

Hong Kong protesters play chicken with China (CBS News)

Beverly Carter missing: Body of estate agent found in shallow grave (Independent)

Beverly Carter: Body of estate agent found in shallow grave (Independent)

Things that could only happen in a Hong Kong protest (BBC)

Health workers in Liberia's Ebola outbreak often ostracized (Los Angeles Times)

Isis could become world's first truly terrorist state' and bomb UK with nuclear and chemical weapons, Theresa May warns (Independent)

Isis could become 'world's first truly terrorist state' and bomb UK with nuclear and chemical weapons, Theresa May warns (Independent)

Hong Kong and the People's Republic of Censors (Channel4)

Beer can make you SMARTER - but only if you drink 3,500 pints a day (Daily Mail)

British hostage in new ISIS propaganda video panning Obama strategy (Russia Today)

That 'Hong Kong tear gas rebound video' is actually from Venezuela (Independent)

Airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria stir anger among rebels (Los Angeles Times)

Day in pictures: 30 September (BBC)

Hong Kong protests: Mesmerising drone footage shows scale of pro-democracy demonstrations (Independent)

The final insult: Police chief who said WE were the biggest threat to Ashya (Daily Mail)

Speeding driver mowed down pedestrian during police chase was desperate for toilet (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Drone captures Hong Kong protest (BBC)

Why bananas aren't just for eating... (CNN)

Saudi Arabia in denial' over Isis ideology (Financial Times - Paywall)

WorldViews: India's new prime minister drinks only warm water at dinner with Obama (Washington Post - Paywall)

Eight arrested in Ferguson protests (CNN)

Hong Kong's Leader Calls for Protests to End Immediately' (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong protests hit uncharted territory (BBC)

The teenage activist wunderkind who was among the first arrested in Hong Kong's Occupy Central (Washington Post - Paywall)

With the rise of Islamic State, Iraq is splintering along religious and ethnic lines (Washington Post - Paywall)

Why do so many drivers shun seatbelts? (BBC)

Nearly $1bn already spent on US military campaign against ISIS (Russia Today)

Sinosphere Blog: At Martyrs' Day Ceremony, Solemnity and Goose-Stepping (New York Times - Paywall)

VIDEO: S Yorks police 'weak' on sexual abuse (BBC)

U.N. establishes mission in Ghana to combat Ebola (CBS News)

United Nations General Assembly: Netanyahu Links Hamas With ISIS, and Equates ISIS With Iran (New York Times - Paywall)

Nicolae Corneanu, Bishop and Police Informer, Dies at 90 (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong "umbrella revolution" seeks reforms (CBS News)

More Hong Kong protesters pour into streets as police pull back (Los Angeles Times)

Many Missteps in Assessment of ISIS Threat (New York Times - Paywall)

Kenyatta: How world can beat ISIS (CNN)

Modi's visit a chance for Obama to improve relationship, enlist India in his Asia policy (Washington Post - Paywall)

China's firewall censors protests (CNN)

Who was the world's first trainspotter? (BBC)

VIDEO: Why web inventor 'pays his way' online (BBC)

Trial in Canadian dismemberment case begins (CBS News)

As Hong Kong protests grow, police ease off (CBS News)

Why 'boots on the ground'? (BBC)

WorldViews: Why Hong Kong's protests are a very big deal (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Will Latin American leaders give Obama an earful' on Cuba at Americas summit? (Washington Post - Paywall)

Gates defends U.S. response to Ebola (CNN)

WorldViews: The humble umbrella's surprising role in Hong Kong's huge protests (Washington Post - Paywall)

In pictures: Hong Kong stand-off (BBC)

Residents of Kobane, Syria, flee to Turkish border after Islamic State attacks (Washington Post - Paywall)

In battle to stop encroaching Chinese rule, protesters in Hong Kong ready for long haul (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Chinese state media points to foreign hand in Hong Kong protests (Washington Post - Paywall)

Islamic State group and Iraqi army clash near Baghdad (Channel4)

Day in pictures: 29 September (BBC)

Toxic gas halts Japan volcano search as more victims found (Channel4)

Hong Kong: how much unrest will China tolerate? (Channel4)

Hong Kong police try and fail to clear protesters with tear gas (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: How one night of tear gas in Hong Kong just shut down Instagram in China (Washington Post - Paywall)

Hong Kong: Why protest? (CNN)

Hong Kong demonstrators defiant as protests grow (Channel4)

Hong Kong erupts in protest against China's rule (Channel4)

Video: Hong Kong protesters face off against riot police (Channel4)

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

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

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

ISIS victim's incredible escape (CNN)

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

MPs debate air strikes in Iraq - video (Channel4)

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

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

Barack Obama and the economy: The woes of the average Joe (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Separatism in Africa: Why can't we do it peacefully? (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

South African holidays: TG it's braai day (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Wanting A Trial By Jury Is Not A Crime. So Why Do We Treat It Like One? (Forbes)

Is Ebola Coming To America? Experts Ponder As Ebola Epidemic Worsens In Africa. (Forbes)

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

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

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

Miami-Dade mayor takes stand in Homestead corruption case (Miami Herald)

4 found guilty of station attack (CNN)

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)

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)