Friday, 3rd October 2014

World News

Video purports to show ISIS beheading British hostage (CBS News)

Pennsylvania Police seize ambush suspects food, ammo (CBS News)

CDC: 10 people at "high risk" of Ebola in Dallas (CBS News)

Inmate at Georgia jail reportedly tested for Ebola (CBS News)

'This is how we killed them': Chilling moment two Burmese barmen showed how they beat British pair to death on Thai beach after confessing to rape and murder following DNA match (Daily Mail)

British aid worker Alan Henning beheaded by ISIS brute 'Jihadi John'... who threatens to kill US war veteran next (Daily Mail)

Patient traveling from Nigeria 'with Ebola symptoms' in Washington DC hospital (Daily Mail)

Hazmat team arrives at Ebola victim's apartment FIVE DAYS later (Daily Mail)

Obama spending billions bombing ISIS but only millions on Ebola - Piers Morgan (Daily Mail)

Islamic State Video Appears to Show Beheading of British Aid Worker (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

British aid worker murdered in ISIS video (CNN)

ISIS Extremists Release Video Purportedly Showing Beheading (NBC News)

Australia to Join Airstrikes Against Islamic State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Video appears to show Islamic State beheading British captive Henning (Los Angeles Times)

At least 32 people killed in Indian stampede at Dussehra festival in Patna (Daily Mail)

NHS-funded mental health hospital centre of police probe thanks to whistleblower (Daily Mail)

Islamic State beheads British hostage Henning in new video (Reuters)

Canadian Premier Asks Parliament to Approve Airstrikes on ISIS (New York Times - Paywall)

Islamic State Releases Video of Execution of Alan Henning, British Aid Worker (New York Times - Paywall)

Accused Cop-Killer Living on Tuna and Ramen: Police (NBC News)

Hong Kong protesters postpone talks (BBC)

Hong Kong protests: Violence 'organized', Occupy Central leaders say live (Guardian)

Sweden to Recognize Palestinian State (New York Times - Paywall)

Islamic State beheads second Briton, threatens to kill ex-U.S. Army Ranger (Washington Post - Paywall)

Dozens killed in stampede at festival in India (CBS News)

U.N. Report Details ISIS Abuse of Women and Children (New York Times - Paywall)

US faces flight ban calls over Ebola (Financial Times - Paywall)

Trains 'transported' HIV across the world (ALJAZEERA)

Former Hong Kong Chief Secretary Anson Chan Demands Britain Act Over Hong Kong (Huffington Post)

Police push through barrier (CNN)

In Hong Kong, a Family Divided (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Isis claims to have killed UK hostage (Financial Times - Paywall)

2 police killed in pre-election attack on ballot convoy in Peru; Shining Path suspected (Fox News)

Could tobacco aid Ebola fight? (CNN)

Lifelong Labour supporter Emma Thompson admits sending daughter to private school because they're 'outside catchment area' for top London state school - but she 'might go there for sixth form' (Daily Mail)

About 50 under observation after Ebola diagnosis in Texas (Reuters)

Ebola Healthcare Workers Are Dying Faster Than Their Patients (Time Magazine)

U.N. Report Details ISIS Abuse of Yazidi Women and Children (New York Times - Paywall)

LIVE: White House Addresses Spread of Ebola (Time Magazine)

Possible new U.S. Ebola patient (CNN)

Alan Henning 'beheading': Isis video appears to show murder of British aid volunteer (Independent)

British hostage Alan Henning killed in Isis video (Independent)

British Hostage Alan Henning 'Beheaded By ISIS' In Latest Video (Huffington Post)

Video: Islamic State Group Beheads British Hostage (Time Magazine)

Video purportedly shows ISIS beheading of British hostage Alan Henning (Fox News)

BREAKING: Brit hostage Alan Henning executed by Islamic State (Daily Star)

ISIS beheads British hostage Henning report (Russia Today)

Hong Kong protesters reject talks with government (CBS News)

Internet video purports to show Islamic State group beheading British hostage Alan Henning. (Fox News)

News: Latest Updates From Hong Kong Protests (New York Times - Paywall)

Patient hospitalized in D.C. with possible Ebola symptoms (CBS News)

Ugandan Doctor With Ebola Treated in Germany (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

U.S. May Send Up to 4,000 Troops to Liberia to Help Contain Ebola (Time Magazine)

Meet a Disease Detective Hunting Ebola in Dallas (Time Magazine)

"Locked up": Family that hosted Ebola patient stressed by confinement (CBS News)

Akon accused of trying to avoid catching Ebola at gig by performing inside giant bubble (Daily Star)

NBC cameraman with Ebola Ashoka Mukpo is 'reincarnation of Tibetan teacher' (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong protesters call off talks (ALJAZEERA)

Kurds braced for ISIS street battles (CNN)

Former soldier let off with a fine after first sexually abusing a child in the 1980s went on to attack girls as young as seven before finally being jailed (Daily Mail)

Sweden to recognise state of Palestine (ALJAZEERA)

Hong Kong protesters attacked by shop owners as they are losing money (Daily Mail)

Canada to Join Airstrikes Against Islamic State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

People Are Crank Calling Liberia's Ebola Hotline (Time Magazine)

Hong Kong protest: Activists called on to the streets (CNN)

Protest Camps in Hong Kong Come Under Assault (New York Times - Paywall)

UK still deporting to Ebola affected countries - video (Channel4)

British Isis fighter calls David Cameron a despicable swine in online video (Guardian)

Ian Edmondson former News of the World executive admits plotting to hack phones (Daily Mail)

Marine becomes first US military casualty in operation against ISIS (Russia Today)

Nine U.N. troops killed in worst attack yet on Mali force (Reuters)

'Umbrella Revolution' Protesters Call Off Talks with Hong Kong (NBC News)

Beijing's options in Hong Kong (ALJAZEERA)

Scots who didn't pay poll tax let off in Alex Salmond's final act of 'financial irresponsibility' (Daily Mail)

Struggle against Islamist fanatics is this generation's Second World War Cameron says (Daily Mail)

Akon accused of extreme lengths to avoid Ebola after 'bubble' crowd surfing (Daily Mail)

How Ebola virus spreads (CNN)

Kurds call to arms as Islamic State closes in on Syrian town (Reuters)

Hong Kong protesters face backlash, threaten to abandon talks (Reuters)

Peruvian rebels kill two police in drug-producing region ahead of vote (Reuters)

50 People Monitored For Ebola in U.S., Down From 100 Originally Assessed (Time Magazine)

'Committed': NBC News Freelancer Knew Ebola Risk (NBC News)

Ebola Watch: Dallas Contact List Is Narrowed to 50 (NBC News)

HMS Defender Joins US Fight With Islamic State (Sky News)

Clashes Break Out at Hong Kong Protests (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

US Ebola case: hospital admits 'flawed' initial response as officials scramble (Guardian)

Ferguson police accused of making 'unnecessary arrests' at latest protests (Guardian)

ISIS losing hearts and minds in its heartland (CBS News)

Racial Slur Sparked Bali Suitcase Murder: Police (NBC News)

Texas Ebola flat to be sanitised (BBC)

UN troops killed in Mali ambush (BBC)

Protesters cancel talks with Hong Kong government after mobs try to drive them from streets (Fox News)

Will Turkey come to the rescue? (CBS News)

U.S. Sending 600 More Military Personnel to Ebola Fight (NBC News)

Ebola Patient's Apartment Watched By Cops (Sky News)

Father of British ISIS hostage John Cantile pleas from hospital bed for son's release (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong protesters beaten and bloodied as thugs attack sit-in (Guardian)

Canadian Fighter Jets Join in the Battle Against ISIS (NBC News)

Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters scuffle with residents, cancel talks with government (Fox News)

Sweden to Recognize a Palestinian State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Howard University Students Shocked' By Possible Ebola Case (Time Magazine)

Baghdad priest: Iraqis in city fear possible ISIS attack (Fox News)

Hong Kong protesters scuffle with opponents of pro-democracy campaign (Washington Post - Paywall)

Syrian Kurds plea for help defending Kobani from Isis advance (Guardian)

Medics on Monrovia's Ebola frontline are being the world looks on (Independent)

Turkey weighs role in Islamic State fight as battles rage on border (Washington Post - Paywall)

UN says 9 peacekeepers killed in Mali in latest attack (Fox News)

Jeremy Clarkson and his Top Gear team are forced to leave Argentina early 'under police escort' after inciting Falklands outrage with H982 FKL number plate (Daily Mail)

Republicans raise Isis fears in election (Financial Times - Paywall)

Cliff Richard superfan drives with life-size dummy to scare off criminals (Daily Mail)

'No Excuse': Cleanup Starts at Ebola Victim's Apartment (NBC News)

Iraq III No' Anti-war activists call London protest against UK airstrikes (Russia Today)

Sean Pollard paddled to shore minutes after shark had bitten off arms (Daily Mail)

ISIS shot down Iraqi military helicopter, says official (Fox News)

Hong Kong protests: Demonstrators in vow not to be intimidated by 'hired guns' (Independent)

NBC cameraman with Ebola "scared" but in good spirits, parents say (CBS News)

Lenin statue's nose and ears are sold off 'to raise funds for anti-Russian forces in Ukraine' (Daily Mail)

Pentagon to deploy 1,400 troops to Liberia amid Ebola epidemic (Russia Today)

Nine UN peacekeepers from Niger killed in ambush by rebels in Mali (Guardian)

Terror in Dallas Ebola apartment: Victim's family forcibly quarantined under armed guard (Daily Mail)

Syrian army seizes villages north of Aleppo - state TV (Reuters)

Sweden to recognise Palestinian state (BBC)

Flawed response to Ebola in Texas raises concerns about US preparedness (Russia Today)

Has Madeleine McCann been spotted in Spain? Police investigate new sighting (Daily Express)

The Hong Kong of 2014 is even less like China than the one we gave back (Independent)

Officials: Islamic State Group Downs Iraqi Chopper (Time Magazine)

Mystery as rising star of Venezuelan politics killed in perfect murder (Independent)

Network Rail, London Underground and Balfour Beatty snap up British business Fhoss' high-vis, battery-powered clothing (Daily Mail)

Ebola crisis: US under fire for faltering response to first case of deadly disease (Independent)

Hong Kong Demos: Talks Called Off After Clashes (Sky News)

Clashes erupt in Hong Kong between supporters, opponents of protests (Los Angeles Times)

Saudi health officials take precautions against Ebola during hajj prilgrimage (Fox News)

U.S. cameraman has Ebola (CNN)

Emperor's old clothes (and chattels) go under the hammer as Monaco's royal family sells off rare collection of Napoleon's possessions (Independent)

Shaving off a few seconds! Cyclists who get rid of their leg hair really ARE more aerodynamic, study finds (Daily Mail)

Father of British journalist held by Isis makes heartfelt appeal - video (Guardian)

Texas Hospital Record Draws Scrutiny After Ebola Snafu (NBC News)

Ebola burial team take body away for cremation, realise man is actually still alive video (Independent)

Ebola burial team take away body for cremation, realise man is actually still alive video (Independent)

ISIS doesn't represent us (CNN)

England rugby's Jonny Wilkinson lets base of World Cup slip during photoshoot (Daily Mail)

Ebola in America: Government Can Lock Us Up for Weeks at a Time (Time Magazine)

Lies & ibuprofen: Airport Ebola checks rely on honor system', easily bypassed (Russia Today)

Hong Kong's peaceful protests turn violent in pictures (Guardian)

WorldViews: Is China looking to Vladimir Putin for tips on suppressing Hong Kong protests? (Washington Post - Paywall)

Father of ISIS Hostage Issues Hospital-Bed Plea (NBC News)

Noise Noise Noise: Making Music, Not War (Huffington Post)

David Cameron thanks British troops for service in Afghanistan video (Guardian)

Behind the Messy Science of Police Lineups (Time Magazine)

John Cantlie: Father of British Isis hostage appeals for his release (Independent)

Father of British journalist John Cantlie appeals to Islamic State group to release him (Fox News)

Great British Bake Off Richard portrayed as working class went to top school (Daily Mail)

Father of British Isis hostage John Cantlie makes emotional appeal (Guardian)

Lincolnshire cow gets head stuck in Second World War pillbox before being rescued (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong: clashes intensify between pro-government and Occupy groups video (Guardian)

Liberia places restrictions on Ebola coverage (ALJAZEERA)

Murder of British backpackers on Koh Tao solved, say Thai police (Guardian)

Violence flares in Hong Kong as tensions rise (Financial Times - Paywall)

US Ebola patient's friends quarantined at home under armed guard (Guardian)

Sweden To Become First European Country to Recognize Palestinian State (Time Magazine)

John Cantlie's Father Issues Powerful Plea To Islamic State From His Hospital Bed (Huffington Post)

Hong Kong protesters threaten talks boycott (ALJAZEERA)

Rare German dive bomber shot down during World War Two is discovered (Daily Mail)

Australia tops list of best destinations for British expats (Daily Mail)

Moment humpback whale thought it was a flying fish captured off coast of South Africa (Daily Mail)

Sweden will officially recognise state of Palestine (Independent)

America is holding on to nukes for defending the planet against asteroids (Daily Mail)

Irish police accused of ignoring Belfast probe into 1976 IRA massacre of Protestant civilians (Fox News)

Cameron's income tax cut: How much better off would you be from a rise in the personal allowance and 40p band? (Daily Mail)

Nicole Scherzinger shows off odd sense of style with leg brace-style boots for performance (Daily Express)

Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters clash with pro-government supporters on streets video (Guardian)

WorldViews: Hong Kong's battle lines harden after mob attacks protesters (Washington Post - Paywall)

How long will Hong Kong protesters "wait and see"? (CBS News)

Inside the world of Vietnam's brutal dog-meat industry (Daily Mail)

Isis assault on Kurdish city of Kobani reaches decisive moment (Guardian)

Canada to launch airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq (Fox News)

Hospital blames tech glitch for Ebola patient error (CBS News)

Say cheese! Police in Zimbabwe get trained in art of smiling to put tourists at ease (Fox News)

Ex-News of the World news editor Ian Edmondson admits phone hacking (Daily Express)

Tiananmen Offers Hong Kong Perspective (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Lack of Qualified Staff Hurts Ebola Fight in Africa (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Thailand police make alleged killers re-enact murders of British tourists - video (Guardian) infographic reveals countries that drink the most wine and beer in the world (Daily Mail)

Violent clashes break out in Hong Kong after counter-protesters storm sit-in (Guardian)

NBC News cameraman Ashoka Mukpo diagnosed with Ebola (Daily Mail)

Ex-News Of The World News Editor Ian Edmondson Guilty Of Phone Hacking (Huffington Post)

Facebook May Soon Know the State of Your Health (NBC News)

Heavy fighting between Kurdish fighters, ISIS near Syrian border with Turkey (Fox News)

Video: The Ultimate Battle - Great White Shark attacks Great White Shark off coast of Australia (Independent)

Video: Great White Shark attacks Great White Shark off coast of Australia (Independent)

The Pentagon Doesn't Know What to Call Its Operation Against ISIS (Time Magazine)

Sweden to become first EU country to recognize State of Palestine (Russia Today)

Hong Kong Pictures Show Rage Meeting Defiance As Ugly Clashes Break Out Over Pro-Democracy Protests (Huffington Post)

Tensions rising in Hong Kong (CNN)

Driver who killed cyclist moments after sending a text is jailed (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong protesters and residents clash - watch live (Channel4)

Turkey Votes to Expand War Powers (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola Patient Thought To Be Dead Awakens As Burial Team Arrive In Liberia (Huffington Post)

Brazilian woman's miracle survival as police find her with knife buried in head (Daily Mail)

Biden blames US allies in Middle East for rise of ISIS (Russia Today)

Nine UN peacekeepers killed in Mali ambush (ALJAZEERA)

Will Hong Kong Protests End Like Tiananmen Square Did? (NBC News)

David Cameron makes surprise visit to Kabul, pledges British support (Washington Post - Paywall)

Career intelligence officer Alex Younger named head of British spy agency MI6 (Fox News)

Posters capturing golden age of British seaside resorts expected to get £100k at auction (Daily Mail)

Shamed Stuart Hall forced to knock £100k off value of £1.2m home in bid to sell (Daily Express)

Pontoon bridge opens in Antwerp to remind Belgians of World War I (Fox News)

Nine UN peacekeepers killed in ambush by gunmen on motorbikes in Mali (Independent)

Anni Dewani's sister speaks of her regret at not urging her to call off wedding (Daily Mail)

Incredible moment 'dead' Ebola victim left in the street for days in Liberia turns out to be ALIVE as he is prepared for burial (Daily Mail)

Ian Edmondson, former News of the World news editor, pleads guilty to phone hacking (Daily Star)

Murder charge police marksman named (BBC)

Bad Blood Banished: Iraqis Unite to Battle ISIS (NBC News)

Russia says Swiss aid worker was killed by mortar fire from Ukraine-held area (Reuters)

Ferrari takes top off with 458 Speciale A limited edition convertible (Fox News)

Colorado Protesters Promise to Keep Fighting Pro-Patriotism' Curriculum Changes (Time Magazine)

We must seize power from Euro judges and return the phrase Human Rights to what it really should be - a symbol of the fight against oppression and brutality (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong clashes break out after counter-protest (Channel4)

Ferguson Protesters Arrested in First Confrontation With Police in Weeks (Time Magazine)

The volunteer war fighters of Ukraine (CNN)

Hong Kong protesters confronted by rivals (ALJAZEERA)

Driver who killed friend jailed (BBC)

Australia Sends Special Forces to Hit 'Death Cult' ISIS (NBC News)

Police Arrest 2 for Thai Beach Killings (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Swiss Red Cross worker killed in shelling from Kiev-controlled position - Moscow (Russia Today)

NBC News Freelancer in Africa Diagnosed With Ebola (NBC News)

Man killed as millions of Bangladeshi Muslims cram onto trains to make their way home for Eid al-Adha (Daily Mail)

Jeremy Clarkson and his Top Gear team are forced to leave Argentina early 'under police escort' after inciting Falklands outrage with H1982 FKL number plate (Daily Mail)

Ebola isnt the big one. So what is? And are we ready for it? (Guardian)

Burmese men accused of killing British backpackers take part in murder reconstruction (Daily Express)

Op-Ed Contributor: Turkey Must Save the Kurds (New York Times - Paywall)

Isis air strikes: Australia sends fighter jets to join coalition bombing targets in Iraq (Independent)

Iraq army claims fresh gains against ISIL (ALJAZEERA)

Western Australia shark attack: Two great white sharks killed after man loses arm in attack (Independent)

U.S. Seeks to Woo Turkey by Boosting Trade (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

First casualty in war against Islamic State: US marine 'lost at sea' in fight on terror (Daily Express)

Anti-Occupy Mob Trashes Hong Kong Protest Site (Time Magazine)

Sister of murdered Anni Dewani speaks of regret at not telling her to call off wedding (Daily Express)

Op-Ed Contributor: Hong Kong's Great Test (New York Times - Paywall)

Good Samaritans lift car off trapped elderly man (Independent)

Macau dealers walk off job on Friday as labour unrest increases (Reuters)

Thailand beach murders: Police parade Burmese suspects in reconstruction of killings - video (Independent)

The coalition at war as Theresa May's aide calls Nick Clegg a w***** (Daily Mail)

C.Y. Leung: Hong Kong's unloved leader (CNN)

Why China has 6,000 troops in Hong Kong (CNN)

Hong Kong celebrities largely mum on protests gripping city (Los Angeles Times)

Lynsey de Paul dead at 64 and the past that drove her to wage war on violent men (Daily Mail)

Turkish President Erdogan tells conference: 'I am increasingly against the internet every day' (Independent)

Thai police parade murder suspects (BBC)

CDC chief: U.S. can stop Ebola (CNN)

Hong Kong: pro-government group in face-off with Occupy protesters video (Guardian)

How Long Will China Tolerate Hong Kong Unrest? (Sky News)

Friend of Ebola victim put in 'quarantine' after visiting apartment where sick man was 'vomiting wildly' (Daily Mail)

Exxon puts Africa oil project on pause over Ebola outbreak (Russia Today)

Ebola patient arrives in Germany (BBC)

Hong Kong protests: China 'could be' using app to spy on protesters (Independent)

Hong Kong protests: China 'could be' using iPhone app to spy on protesters (Independent)

RAF Tornado squadron in ISIS airstrikes was due to be disbanded (Daily Mail)

Sydney police using Porsche 911 Carrera to engage with young people (Independent)

Massacres, child troops and teenage sex slaves: UN's harrowing verdict on Islamic State (Daily Express)

Israel police on alert to avert clashes as major Jewish and Muslim holidays coincide (Fox News)

Hong Kong Leader Leung Chun-ying's Daughter Leung Chai-yan 'Mocks Taxpayers On Facebook' (Huffington Post)

PNG court rules police had no power to stop warrant for Peter ONeill's arrest (Guardian)

Butt naked Lady Gaga strips off to reveal her latest Little Monster tattoo (Daily Express)

Triage: U.S. Hospitals Assess Their Ebola Readiness (NBC News)

Hong Kong protests dwindle after talks offer (ALJAZEERA)

China Loyalist in Hong Kong Aims for Compromise With Protesters (New York Times - Paywall)

'Umbrella Revolution' Protesters Scuffle With Rivals (NBC News)

Hong Kong protests: Pro-democracy protesters accept talks with chief executive Leung (Independent)

Hong Kong protests: Pro-democracy leaders threaten to call off talks after violent scuffles (Independent)

Hong Kong protests: Pro-democracy leaders call off talks with government after violent scuffles (Independent)

Hong Kong democracy demonstrations ebb after chief executive offers talks (Guardian)

It's Not Tough to Avoid Airport Screenings for Ebola (NBC News)

Four quarantined in US over Ebola fears (ALJAZEERA)

France: Young Jihadist joining ISIS The question is why... (CNN)

Government Waiting Game Tests Resolve of Hong Kong Protesters (Time Magazine)

Beijing Bristles at Washington's Support for Hong Kong Protests (Time Magazine)

WATCH: Hong Kong Students Stand Their Ground in Fifth Night of Protests (Time Magazine)

Hong Kong protests shrink after territory's leader offers to hold talks with demonstrators (Fox News)

WorldViews: What Chinese viewers see when a western TV channel mentions Hong Kong (Washington Post - Paywall)

U.S. Ebola Screening Widens (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

A vanishing world caught on camera (CNN)

British Forces Paid 'Very High Price' In Afghanistan, Says Cameron On Final Visit Before Troops Leave (Huffington Post)

Ebola outbreak: American cameraman covering epidemic in Liberia contracts the disease (Independent)

Australia plans to launch airstrikes against ISIS (CBS News)

Thai police arrest 2 Myanmar workers in tourist killings on scenic island (Fox News)

Thailand police say 2 have confessed to murders of British tourists (CBS News)

Hong Kong leader says he will not step down (ALJAZEERA)

Australia Says It Will Join Airstrikes Against Islamic State in Iraq (New York Times - Paywall)

Xi's hardline on Hong Kong (CNN)

Nauru wins case against US hedge fund (Financial Times - Paywall)

Former Pentagon chief says Defense and State Departments argued for troops to stay behind in Iraq, but the Obama White House was 'eager to rid itself of' the war (Daily Mail)

100 exposed as parents pull kids from school over Ebola patient (Daily Mail)

Funeral for nuns killed in crash (BBC)

World watches as Hong Kong protesters prepare to make - or repeat - history (Fox News)

Liberia pres.: Ebola patient's departure 'unpardonable' (CNN)

Tony Abbott announces Australian air strikes on Isis video (Guardian)

NBC News cameraman working in Liberia tests positive for Ebola (CBS News)

Hong Kong Leader Rejects Call To Stand Down (Sky News)

Police 'overwhelmed' by abuse images (BBC)

Hong Kong CEO Vows to Stay, Offers Talks (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

US cameraman tests positive for Ebola in Liberia (Russia Today)

VIDEO: US monitoring 100 'in Ebola contact' (BBC)

Sierra Leone Ebola 'spreading like wildfire' (ALJAZEERA)

Two Burmese men have confessed to murders of British backpackers (Daily Mail)

Protesters to meet city officials (CNN)

US cameraman in Liberia has Ebola (BBC)

Hong Kong protesters wait for midnight deadline - video report (Guardian)

Two Burmese men admit killing British backpackers, Thai police say (Guardian)

Dallas Hospital Scrambles to Explain Initial Release of Ebola Patient (Time Magazine)

Ebola Strikes NBC News Cameraman in Liberia (New York Times - Paywall)

Turkey approves military action against ISIS, NATO eyes involvement (Russia Today)

NBC freelancer diagnosed with Ebola will be flown back to U.S. (Los Angeles Times)

US Has List Of 100 Contacts Of Ebola Patient (Sky News)

Turkey to allow army to fight in Syria and Iraq, but blocks Kurds (Los Angeles Times)

Texas Ebola patient aided Liberia woman thought to have malaria (Los Angeles Times)

U.S. Aid Effort in Liberia Barely Off the Ground as Ebola Rages (New York Times - Paywall)

Family of Ebola patient to be moved (CNN)

World Briefing: Greece: Officials Say They Uncovered a Terrorist Plot (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Venezuela: Lawmaker Killed in His Home, Police Say (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Libya: Islamist Militias Batter Soldiers Near Benghazi (New York Times - Paywall)

Too Close: Texas Ebola Patient's Family Fears Hugs and Kisses (NBC News)

NBC News cameraman diagnosed with Ebola virus in Africa (Guardian)

Ebola Patient's Journey Shows How Global Travel Is Open to the Spread of Disease (New York Times - Paywall)

Texas Ebola Patient's Partner Speaks From Quarantine (Time Magazine)

Retracing Ebola patient's journey (CNN)

British nurse Will Pooley who survived Ebola tells international summit of 'horror and misery' (Daily Mail)

Ebola Victim's Mom: 'I Pray for You to Get Well' (NBC News)

Liberians describe likely infection of Dallas Ebola patient (CBS News)

Protesters block goverment offices (CNN)

Protesters vow to keep occupying (CNN)

VIDEO: Turkey MPs vote to join war on IS (BBC)

Some Hong Kong Residents, Weary of Disruptions, Find Fault With Protesters' Methods (New York Times - Paywall)

Liberia plans to prosecute man who brought Ebola to the US (Daily Mail)

EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Bill Clinton 'caught in a cold war between wife Hillary and Barbra Streisand' (Daily Mail)

Turkey Votes to Allow Operations Against ISIS (New York Times - Paywall)

Open Source: Hong Kong Protesters Divided Over Use of Traffic as a Weapon (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong Leader Willing to Hold Limited Talks With Protesters (New York Times - Paywall)

Watch Never-Before-Seen Footage of the 1924 World Series (Time Magazine)

Britain's premier says 2 more warplanes to be deployed in fight against Islamic State group (Fox News)

Ebola fears keep Dallas students home (CBS News)

Disease Detectives Cast Wide Ebola Net in Dallas (NBC News)

Liberians in Texas Struggle With Fear, Ostracism Over Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Protests Erupt in Homs Over Bombings That Killed Dozens of Syrian Schoolchildren (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong leader rules out resignation (ALJAZEERA)

Terrifying plague of black-eyed GHOST children: Shock rise around the world (Daily Star)

Macau dealers plan to walk off job on Friday as labour unrest increases (Reuters)

Turkey to join Nato air strikes against jihadist militants in Syria (Daily Express)

British Jihadis in Iraq and Syria: How should we deal with them when they come home? (Independent)

U.S. eases arms embargo against Vietnam for maritime security (Reuters)

Hong Kong leader offers talks with protesters, but won't quit (Los Angeles Times)

Middle class British woman Brenda Leyland is McCann family's Twitter troll (Daily Mail)

Turkey approves military operations in Iraq, Syria (CBS News)

Hong Kong chief vows to remain as tensions deepen with pro-democracy protesters (Washington Post - Paywall)

Army warns U.S. military 'that ISIS supporters may target their relatives and slaughter them' (Daily Mail)

Texas man loses 7 family members in Liberia to Ebola (CBS News)

EXCLUSIVE: Ousted Secret Service chief was 'sandbagged' by 'p***ed off agents who had had enough' of her and thought she 'was a joke from Day One' (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong and Tiananmen Protests Have Major Differences (New York Times - Paywall)

One Man's Story of Surviving Ebola (Time Magazine)

U.S. Patient Exposes Holes in African Ebola Defenses (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Up to 100 possibly exposed to U.S. Ebola patient; four isolated (Reuters)

Officials announce Ebola findings of Hawaii patient (CBS News)

Florida speed-trap town disbands police force after ticketing probe (Guardian)

Nurse Claire Orton withthroat infection breathed on critically ill baby faces being struck off (Daily Mail)

Liberia to Prosecute Man Who Brought Ebola to U.S.: Report (NBC News)

Chained protest: Police clear out refugees resisting eviction in Berlin (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Man who brought Ebola to U.S. to be charged in Liberia (CBS News)

Two more British Tornado jets join the fight against Islamic State (Daily Express)

Wedding party full of police officers struck down with norovirus in Devon (Daily Mail)

In New Front Against Islamic State, Dictionary Becomes a Weapon (New York Times - Paywall)

War against Isis: British troops likely to train Syrian rebels nearly three years after similar plan failed (Independent)

The Case Against Eating Ethically-Raised Meat (Time Magazine)

Swiss Red Cross worker killed by shell in Ukraine's Donetsk (Reuters)

Islamic State presses offensives in Iraq, Syria; defenders call for more airstrikes (Washington Post - Paywall)

World Briefing: Swiss Employee of Red Cross Killed in Ukraine (New York Times - Paywall)

UN Ebola chief raises 'nightmare' that virus could become airborne (Daily Mail)

Terrifying' UN report details ISIS war crimes in Iraq (Russia Today)

5,500 Civilians Killed in Iraq Since ISIS Offensive, U.N. Says (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong leader refuses to quit (BBC)

Fighting Ebola 101: 6 Household Items That Can Protect You (NBC News)

Ebola Patient in Dallas Lied on Screening Form, Liberian Airport Official Says (New York Times - Paywall)

World shows support for Hong Kong protests (CBS News)

The upside of Ebola in Dallas (CNN)

WorldViews: Hong Kong's crossed arms and other protest gestures around the world (Washington Post - Paywall)

Police to carry out more tests to determine Alice Gross cause of death (Daily Express)

Almost 30 Libyan soldiers killed in Benghazi attacks (Reuters)

Hong Kong leader: I will not step down in face of protests (CBS News)

Turkey votes to take on ISIS (CNN)

Texas checks 100 for Ebola exposure (BBC)

Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying refuses to step down - video (Guardian)

Obama maintains Al-Qaida and Isis are 'one and the same' despite evidence of schism (Guardian)

What's a 'Contact'? Your Guide to Ebola Jargon (NBC News)

Royals: Back off Prince George (CNN)

Red Cross worker killed in Ukraine (CNN)

Where It Started: Taxi Driver Recalls Ebola Patient's Fateful Ride (NBC News)

As Alice Gross' parents tell of agony, questions for police after body found so close to last sighting (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong leader announces he will not quit in last-minute press conference before protesters' deadline (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong leader offers talks but refuses to step down over protests (Guardian)

France urges Israel to call off East Jerusalem settlement plans (Reuters)

Turkish MPs vote to join war on IS (BBC)

Timmy the black cat whose vampire-like teeth put prospective owners off gets new family (Daily Mail)

Iraq air strikes: David Cameron announces additional Tornado jets will be deployed to provide 'enhanced resilience' against Isis (Independent)

Hong Kong protests: The pro-democracy demonstrators who feel time is running out (Independent)

Venezuelan Lawmaker Killed in Attack (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Red Cross worker killed in Donetsk shelling (Financial Times - Paywall)

Saudi authorities on Ebola watch as millions gather for haj (Reuters)

China and the future of democracy in Hong Kong (Guardian)

Red Cross office hit by shelling in eastern Ukraine, 1 employee killed (Fox News)

Liberia 'to prosecute US Ebola man' (BBC)

Watch Live: Health Officials Discuss Texas Ebola Patient (NBC News)

Coming Up: Health Officials Speak on Texas Ebola Patient (NBC News)

Turkey approves use of force against Isis (Financial Times - Paywall)

US military releases footage of air strikes on ISIS targets in Iraq and Syria (Daily Mail)

Driver arrested after 'mowing down plain-clothes police officer' (Daily Star)

Disgraced Chicago police commander accused of torture freed from prison (Guardian)

Can you catch Ebola on a plane? (CNN)

Greek police arrest man over alleged attack plans (Reuters)

Hong Kong: Calm before the storm? (CNN)

Swiss Red Cross Worker Killed by Ukraine Shelling (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

AP Interview: Palestinians will join world court if UN doesn't set Israeli pullout deadline (Fox News)

War against Isis: Turkey joins Western coalition in fight to stop militants (Independent)

Hong Kong Leader Won't Resign, Warns Protesters (NBC News)

Meddling Eurocrats are disrupting Britain's fight against obesity by claiming that the 'traffic light' labelling system would hit sales of high-fat foods like Nutella and cheese (Daily Mail)

Ebola virus: Pandemic should be treated 'the same way' as threat posed by nuclear weapons, security officials say (Independent)

Turkey MPs back military involvement in Iraq and Syria as Isis advances (Guardian)

Turkey OKs Larger Military Role in ISIS Fight (NBC News)

Protests As 47 Children Killed In School Bombing (Sky News)

Wonga to write off £220m of loans (BBC)

Government using taxpayer's money to train Ethiopia's security forces while British man is held there on death row (Independent)

Exclusive: Government using taxpayer's money to train Ethiopia's security forces while British man is held there on death row (Independent)

UnitedHealth's Latest Blow To Fee-For-Service Medicine: 6 Percent Off Doctor Costs (Forbes)

What's the state of China's health? (CNN)

Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying offers talks with protesters as he refuses to accept calls for him to resign (Independent)

British jihadists threaten imminent' terror attack to avenge UK airstrikes (Russia Today)

Swiss Red Cross worker killed as ICRC's Donetsk HQ, city center shelled (Russia Today)

A Hospital From Hell, in a City Swamped by Ebola (New York Times - Paywall)

How Ebola Made Its Way to the United States (NBC News)

Ebola Suspected in U.N. Worker's Death (New York Times - Paywall)

Venezuelan 'Chavista' lawmaker Serra stabbed, killed at home (Reuters)

Aid worker's Ebola warning (BBC)

World Briefing: Former Bosnian Serb Leader Gives Final Arguments at War Crimes Trial (New York Times - Paywall)

Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson sparks fury in Argentina with Falklands War number plate (Daily Mail)

Ostrich Pillow Mini allows tired tourists to snooze on a plane and against a wall (Daily Mail)

British PM David Cameron seeks to scrap Human Rights Act (Russia Today)

Saudi Arabia Shows Off Anti-Terror Acrobatics (NBC News)

Houthis dictate state spending in absence of Yemen government (Reuters)

Who's Leading the Crowd? The British (Huffington Post)

ISIS close to claiming another victory (CBS News)

New Warning: 100 People At Risk of Ebola Exposure, Texas Says (NBC News)

Opinion: China's Hong Kong dilemma (CNN)

French troops edge closer to Libya border to cut off Islamists (Reuters)

Saudis play down Hajj Ebola concerns (BBC)

Wonga to write off debt of 330,000 customers after introducing new lending criteria (Daily Mail)

'Thousands' orphaned by Ebola (CNN)

1 month to stop Ebola before it's 'totally out of control' - global aid NGO (Russia Today)

Ebola nurse tells of virus 'horror' (BBC)

Now hunger threat shadows Ebola in West Africa (Reuters)

GRAPHIC VIDEO: Police officers in sickening torture attack on helpless prisoner (Daily Star)

Fight Against Islamic State Strains Lebanon (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

The war against Islamic State: Unintended consequences (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Turkey and the PKK: How to deal with Syria's Kurds (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Letter From Europe: British Newspaper Tests Teeth of a New Regulator (New York Times - Paywall)

NI police budget cuts 'impossible' (BBC)

WorldViews: Ex-Obama adviser on Hong Kong: We have to focus on reality' (Washington Post - Paywall)

Heroic British nurse makes emotional plea to stop Ebola (Channel4)

Ebola virus 'could become airborne' in nightmare scenario, UN mission chief warns (Independent)

WorldViews: Hong Kong's tense protests echo around the world (Washington Post - Paywall)

UK urges decisive action on Ebola (BBC)

Praying mantis pictured gyrating to attract mate who'll later bite head off (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong chief executive agrees to talks with protesters (Channel4)

Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson Slammed In Argentina For 'Driving Porsche With Falklands War Number Plate' (Huffington Post)

Ebola in the U.S.: A tragedy of errors (CNN)

Ebola Has Exposed Pre-Existing Fault Lines in the Health System, Economy and Governance of Sierra Leone (Huffington Post)

Hong Kong protesters given a stern warning (CBS News)

Oscar Pistorius made 'nine minute phone call to ex-girlfriend Jenna Edkins' before he killed Reeva Steenkamp, new book claims (Independent)

Oscar Pistorius made 'nine minute phone call to ex-girlfriend Jenna Edkins' before he killed Reeva Steenkamp, new report claims (Independent)

Video: Chaotic aftermath of Syrian suicide bomb at school that killed more than 40 children (Independent)

VIDEO: Ebola 'horror and misery must end' (BBC)

How the Ebola virus got its name and how we caught it from animals (Independent)

Two Burmese men 'confess' to brutal murders of British backpackers in Thailand (Daily Express)

Ebola virus outbreak: President of Sierra Leone unable to attend summit in London after plane breaks down (Independent)

Second World War German soldiers unearthed 70 years on (Daily Mail)

920 chickens killed with golf club (CNN)

100 people were in contact with Dallas Ebola patient health officials (Russia Today)

Camera captures ISIS firefight (CNN)

ISIS hits town on Turkey border (CNN)

MPs under fire for blaming cuts in Britain's foreign aid spending for the spread of Ebola around the world (Daily Mail)

No such thing as surgical strike so civilian casualties in US anti-IS war inevitable' (Russia Today)

China May Be Using App To Spy On Protesters (Sky News)

Devastating epidemic': MPs say UK aid cuts helped Ebola spread (Russia Today)

Surge in seniors: Elderly to constitute 20% of world population by 2050 (Russia Today)

Ebola crisis: 'five new cases an hour in Sierra Leone' (Channel4)

Scandal amid success in Mexico drugs war (Financial Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong protests: Echoes of Tiananmen (BBC)

UN: Islamic State Has Killed Thousands of Civilians in Iraq (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

'The world is a scary place right now' (CNN)

Hong Kong protests: No exit (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

3 killed in Taliban attack on Afghan army bus (Los Angeles Times)

Internal affair': Beijing warns foreign countries not to meddle in Hong Kong (Russia Today)

Venezuelan lawmaker Serra killed (BBC)

WorldViews: These countries are tightening their borders over Ebola fears against expert advice (Washington Post - Paywall)

Hong Kong: What's next? (CNN)

On Hong Kong protests, China tells U.S. to back off (CBS News)

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

US stores old fight off asteroid threats (Russia Today)

What do protesters want? (CNN)

Ebola case in Dallas signals health system lapse (Los Angeles Times)

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

As ISIS adapts, limits of airstrikes become clear (CBS News)

U.S. Will Increase Production of the Ebola Drug ZMapp, but May Not Meet Demand (New York Times - Paywall)

Man in U.S. With Ebola Had Been Screened to Fly, but System Is Spotty (New York Times - Paywall)

At 17, Setting Off Protests That Roil Hong Kong (New York Times - Paywall)

Drones eye view of Hong Kong protests (CBS News)

The strange world of super-specialist cutlery (BBC)

California becomes first US state to ban plastic bags (Russia Today)

In Hong Kong protests, a call to exhausted protesters to endure on a day of reckoning (Washington Post - Paywall)

Female soccer players file lawsuit over Womens World Cup (CBS News)

Police chief's climbdown sees end to armed officers on routine duties (Daily Express)

In Hong Kong protests, both sides are wondering how this will end (Washington Post - Paywall)

U.S. has abandoned HK protesters (CNN)

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

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

Wall St. bullish on Ebola cure (CNN)

10 works of art that shocked the world (CNN)

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

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

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

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

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

In pictures: Hong Kong protests swell (BBC)

Channel 4 News' Syria war coverage wins Emmy in New York (Channel4)

Charges dropped against ex-Guantanamo inmate Moazzam Begg (Channel4)

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

Watch the missiles fall: British jets hit IS in Iraq (Channel4)

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

Protester evicted for heckling Hong Kong leader - video (Channel4)

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

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

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

Why law and war will not beat jihad (CNN)

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

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

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

If Massachusetts Were A Country, Its Students Would Rank 9th In The World (Forbes)

This Federal Program Lets Cops Seize Cash, Evade State Laws And Keep Over A Billion Dollars (Forbes)

How did Dennis Kimetto smash the world marathon record? (Channel4)

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

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

Hong Kong demonstrators defiant as protests grow (Channel4)

Airstrikes against IS continue - as new threat is issued (Channel4)

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

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

ISIS victim's incredible escape (CNN)

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

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)

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

Kenya and the international court: Off the hook? (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)