Friday, 10th October 2014

World News

Americans abroad warned of "increased likelihood" of ISIS attack (CBS News)

Plane held at Vegas airport after Ebola scare (CBS News)

Ebola death toll tops 4,000 as U.S. steps up actions in Liberia (CBS News)

The Major who took credit for others' becomes first to have medal rescinded (Daily Mail)

SAM GREENHILL watches the struggle of Kurds fighting ISIS (Daily Mail)

Taiwan's leader urges China to wade into democracy, Hong Kong-first (Los Angeles Times)

Colombia says FARC rebel chief travelled twice to Cuba for peace talks (Reuters)

Wendy Davis Wins the Prize for Most Ill-Advised Political Ad of 2014 (Time Magazine)

Global Response to Ebola Highlights Challenges in Delivering Aid (New York Times - Paywall)

Ebola joke man ejected from plane (CNN)

Grim Record: Ebola Death Toll Tops 4,000 in Seven Months (NBC News)

Hong Kong protesters won't make us change vows Chinese premier (Daily Mail)

Gatwick Airport hasn't been told about UK Ebola screening measures, officials say (Daily Mail)

Hospital: Ebola Patient Shows Modest Improvement (Time Magazine)

Hundreds face likely massacre if ISIS takes Syrian town, U.N. warns (CBS News)

U.S. Ebola patient raised red flags on initial ER visit (CBS News)

Brazil announces its first suspected Ebola case; death toll tops 4,000 (Los Angeles Times)

Congress Releases Ebola Funding (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

British police are terror targets, warns Scotland Yard (Daily Star)

Medical records reveal deceased Texas Ebola patient sent home with high fever (Guardian)

Spanish Ebola Patient Critical Amid Political Sniping Over Her Case (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Snacks for the tourists of death: Breadsellers feed Turks gathered to watch Kurds' last stand against ISIS in Kobane as UN warn of a new Srebrenica (Daily Mail)

Ebola outbreak tops 4,000 as survivor admits mystery (CNN)

The Apparent Massacre of Dozens of Students Exposes the Corruption at the Heart of Mexico (Time Magazine)

China Assails Canada Restrictions on Foreign State Enterprises (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Children's Rights Activists Get Peace Prize (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola can be 'world's next AIDS' (CNN)

How North Korea's Government Wants You To See Kim Jong Un (Time Magazine)

VIDEO: Fighting Ebola with facts and soap (BBC)

Ebola Hospital Staff Throw Gloves At Spain PM (Sky News)

With its pick, Nobel Committee draws renewed attention to India-Pakistan conflict (Washington Post - Paywall)

North Korea's Kim Misses Another Event (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

British man dead in suspected Ebola case in Macedonia (Daily Mail)

Paul Gambaccini cleared by Operation Yewtree sex crimes police (Daily Mail)

Ugandan Muslim man who went to terror camps in England can't be deported (Daily Mail)

Policeman celebrates first crime free day since he started 25 years ago (Daily Mail)

Nobel Peace Prize (CNN)

Why we haven't stopped Ebola (CNN)

Ebola outbreak: Death toll surpasses 4,000 mark (Independent)

First Ebola vaccine trial starts in Africa as WHO says disease is 'accelerating' (Daily Mail)

Malala Yousafzai is youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize winner (Daily Mail)

Cuba at Forefront of Ebola Battle in Africa (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Pakistani teen, Indian activist win Nobel Peace Prize (Reuters)

U.S. Ebola Victim Thomas Eric Duncan's Body Is Cremated (NBC News)

Thousands return to Hong Kong streets in protest (CBS News)

Autistic man died after choking on piece of meat in Staffordshire home (Daily Mail)

From deathbed to Nobel Prize winner (CNN)

U.S. to free up Ebola funds as fears of global spread rise (Reuters)

Malala Yousafzai learns of Nobel win while sitting in chemistry class (Guardian)

Former Birmingham City star Dele Adebola: I DO NOT have Ebola (Daily Star)

Ebola outbreak deaths exceed 4,000 (BBC)

Kobani Civilians in Danger of Massacre by Islamic State, Officials Warn (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola death toll crosses 4,000 (ALJAZEERA)

Nobel Peace Prize goes to Indian man and Pakistani girl, highlighting rift between nations (Fox News)

Ebola awareness strategy to include posters at UK airports (Guardian)

Brazil Reports First Suspected Case of Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters return to the streets (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: By winning the Nobel prize, Malala joins Pakistan's loneliest club (Washington Post - Paywall)

Nobel Peace Prize : recognition or politics? (ALJAZEERA)

Is Kim Jong-uns sister now the power behind the North Korean throne? (Guardian)

Malala 'Honoured' To Get Nobel Peace Prize (Sky News)

Cops: Man fired assault rifle in Chicago subway station (CBS News)

NY man shot 15 minutes after release from prison (CBS News)

Blind man overcome at seeing his grandson for the FIRST TIME after operation (Daily Mail)

U.S. troops deploy to aid with Ebola (CBS News)

Malala Yousafzai: Nobel award is for all the voiceless children (Guardian)

UK terror threat: Police put on special terror alert for their own safety (Independent)

Douglas Carswell wins Clacton by-election as UKIP's first MP (Daily Mail)

Isis in Kobani: As Turkey declines to intervene, UN envoy says fall of city is likely to lead to a massacre (Independent)

Edward Snowden Tells His Story For First Time In 'CITIZENFOURr' Documentary By Laura Poitras (EXCLUSIVE TRAILER) (Huffington Post)

Nobel peace prize winners: award is a boost for childrens rights worldwide (Guardian)

Isis still on the front foot in Iraq (Financial Times - Paywall)

World Bank Calls for Emergency Fund for Disease Outbreaks (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola in England: Commuters flee bus station as African woman COLLAPSES (Daily Express)

Thousands protest in Hong Kong (BBC)

Ebola hospital defends Duncan's care (BBC)

Man tested for Ebola in Brazil as well as a woman in Paris (Daily Mail)

First suspected Ebola case in Brazil (BBC)

From American airliners to British buses, number of Ebola false alarms mounts as panic grows over spread of deadly disease (Daily Mail)

Still no Kim Jong Un (CNN)

Surgeon who made history with womb transplant first now aims to grow one from SCRATCH within a decade (Daily Mail)

'THOUSANDS will be massacred' if Islamic State fighters seize Kobani, warns UN (Daily Express)

Malala Yousafzai says she yearns to be normal,' despite fame and now Nobel (Washington Post - Paywall)

Ebola Patient's Temperature Spiked to 103 Degrees Before Initial Release (Time Magazine)

Malala Finds Out She's Won The Nobel Peace Prize At School - But Doesn't Make A Fuss (Huffington Post)

WHO says East Asia at risk of Ebola (ALJAZEERA)

Ebola fears create atmosphere of suspicion - Red Cross (Russia Today)

Who is Nobel peace prize winner Kailash Satyarthi? (Guardian)

Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi win 2014 Nobel peace prize (Guardian)

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Man stabs himself in his 'broken' heart after row with girlfriend (Daily Star)

Nobel peace prize decision is highly political (Guardian)

EE, Vodafone and Three give police mobile call records at click of a mouse (Guardian)

Ebola outbreak: Furious medics protest as Spanish premier visits Madrid hospital (Independent)

Thousands gather in fresh Hong Kong protest (ALJAZEERA)

St Louis protesters in violent clashes over police shooting of black teenager (Independent)

ISIS bearing down on Baghdad even as world watches Kobani siege (Fox News)

Spain sets up Ebola 'crisis' group (BBC)

Ofsted inspects Islamic schools (BBC)

Seven decks of cards memorised each day, 1,500 digits recited aloud and 4.5 years of training: How this man became a legendary memory champion (and how you can improve yours) (Daily Mail)

Austrian teens who joined ISIS now pregnant, want to come home (Fox News)

WorldViews: British Muslims help raise $50,000 for family of Briton murdered by Islamic State (Washington Post - Paywall)

Thousands of Hong Kong protesters regroup after government rejects talks (Reuters)

India's Kailash Satyarthi Wins Nobel Peace Prize for Fighting Child Labor (Time Magazine)

Malala: I Feel More Powerful' After Nobel Win (Time Magazine)

Where's Kim Jong-un? Ill, deposed, overthrown - or just plain bored? What has really happened to North Korea's truculent young dictator? (Independent)

The Nobel winner whos saved 80,000 kids (CBS News)

Nobel Peace winner Kailash Satyarthi abandoned engineering to defend children's rights (Fox News)

Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi share Nobel Peace Prize (Los Angeles Times)

Hong Kong protesters return to streets in force (Los Angeles Times)

Nobel Winner Malala Thanks Dad for Letting Her 'Fly' (NBC News)

America Must Prepare for Ebola Refugees (Time Magazine)

Hong Kong Protests Return in Spectacular Style As Thousands Gather For New Rally (Huffington Post)

Number of deaths from flu, bubonic plague and Ebola around the world since 541 (Daily Mail)

Payments to Chief Executive Raise New Questions in Hong Kong (New York Times - Paywall)

Police 'stopped violent dissidents' (BBC)

Ebola vaccine trials with placebo group would be unethical, scientists say (Guardian)

WHO: Ebola 'bigger than anticipated' (BBC)

Five Things I've Learned in the First Year of Marriage (Huffington Post)

Terror Threat Level For British Police Raised Amid Concerns Over ISIS And British Jihadists (Huffington Post)

China steps up support for Ebola battle (Financial Times - Paywall)

North Korea's Kim Jong-un misses key celebration but sources say coup rumors are false (Fox News)

Malala shares Nobel Peace Prize (BBC)

German man kidnapped in Pakistan more than 2 years ago freed in Afghanistan (Fox News)

Ebola outbreak: How the virus destroyed one Liberian teenager's family (Independent)

Ex-Blackwater Chief Urges Hired Guns to Take on ISIS (Time Magazine)

Madrid hospital staff quit over Ebola fears (Guardian)

Malala and Satyarthi awarded Nobel Prize (ALJAZEERA)

Stock markets spooked by world economy and concerns over eurozone (Daily Mail)

A new iPhone? The first day of the Harrods sale? No, these happy shoppers have been camped out overnight to be first in line for the opening of a new ALDI (Daily Mail)

Kim Jong Un Has Vanished For Nearly A Month - Help Find The Missing Dictator (Huffington Post)

Coming Up: Malala Yousafzai Responds to Nobel Peace Prize (NBC News)

Kate MIddleton to make first public appearance in months during Singaporean state visit (Daily Mail)

This Is the First Magazine Cover With the Apple Watch on It (Time Magazine)

France says airstrikes in Syria not enough to stop Islamic State group, supports buffer zone (Fox News)

Ebola Treatment Maker Takes Steps to Increase Production (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Police arrest 40 protesters at Islamist rallies in Cairo, Alexandria (Fox News)

Twitter CEO reveals ISIS has threatened to kill him after site shut down jihadist accounts (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong Cancels Talks With Students (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Analysis - Missing students and murders eclipse reforms push in Mexico (Reuters)

House of Fraser takes Ultimo into its bosom: Lingerie brand sets up first concession store in home town of Glasgow (Daily Mail)

Lebanon cannabis trade thrives in shadow of Isis war video report (Guardian)

Common Challenges In Your First Year Of Business, And How To Overcome Them (Forbes)

Chechen Isis fighters under Omar al-Shishani threaten to take fight to Putin (Independent)

In Pakistan, Malala Yousafzai's peace prize seen as slap at Taliban (Washington Post - Paywall)

Water idiot! Photographer captures moment man diced with death by climbing onto rocky outpost cut off by huge waves (Daily Mail)

Ebola outbreak explained: The myths debunked (Independent)

Fears Kobani may be about to fall as Isis advance further into town (Guardian)

Massacre 'Likely' If Islamic State Takes Kobani (Sky News)

Kim Jong Un a No-Show at Memorial (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Malala's Prize Prompts Praise, Suspicion in Pakistan (NBC News)

Hong Kong protesters take to streets after government pulls out of talks (Guardian)

First Brit killed by Ebola NAMED but doctors baffled by HOW he caught disease (Daily Star)

ISIS encroaches on ultimate prize in Iraq (CBS News)

North Korea's Kim Jong Un misses key event (Washington Post - Paywall)

U.N. envoy: Civilians facing Islamic State advance at risk of being massacred' (Washington Post - Paywall)

Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel Peace prize (Guardian)

WorldViews: Who is India's Kailash Satyarthi, the other Nobel Peace Prize winner? (Washington Post - Paywall)

Spain's Ebola victim caught in blame game (Financial Times - Paywall)

The Link With Islamic State, and Why the Politics Behind Ebola Could Kill You (Huffington Post)

Sinosphere Blog: Pink Diamond Auction in Hong Kong Sets World Record (New York Times - Paywall)

ISIS and the Crusades: Lessons That Could (Should) Have Been Learned (Huffington Post)

Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel peace prize video (Guardian)

Congo's Dr Denis Mukwege Treated 30,000 Victims Of War Rape... He's Still Waiting For A Nobel Prize (Huffington Post)

WorldViews: Here's the Internet's reaction to the Nobel Peace Prize winners (Washington Post - Paywall)

Spain to send 300 soldiers to train Iraqi troops for combat Islamic State group (Fox News)

UN envoy warns of ISIS 'massacre' in Kurdish town near Syria-Turkey border (Fox News)

VIDEO: Where is North Korea's Kim Jong-un? (BBC)

Cameron defends Ebola screening (BBC)

Mexico missing students: Four more mass graves uncovered by police (Independent)

Two win Nobel with fight for childrens rights (CBS News)

While Kim Jong Un is absent, North Korean diplomats are working overtime (Washington Post - Paywall)

A pony walks into police station ... (CNN)

The Tragic Nobel Peace Prize Story You've Probably Never Heard (Time Magazine)

Thousands return to Hong Kong streets for pro-democracy protest after talks collapse (Fox News)

Kim Jong-un absent from key political event, feeding health rumors (Russia Today)

Protest Leaders: Let's Fill Hong Kong Streets (NBC News)

Nobel Peace Prize to Malala Yousafzai, Kailash Satyarthi celebrated for highlighting children (Fox News)

Nobel peace prize 2014: Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi win award the committee's statement in full (Independent)

Watch: Ebola scare (CNN)

'It was a foolish prank' Man who sped on to Brands Hatch circuit in car pleads guilty (Daily Express)

U.K. Party Opposing EU Wins First Seat (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Welsh doctor who spent three weeks confined to her flat after treating Ebola victims is now returning to Liberia to continue fighting the outbreak (Daily Mail)

Bluefin tuna numbers are on the rise for the first time in a decade (Daily Mail)

Spanish Ebola patient now "stable" (CBS News)

Nobel Peace Prize should go to little-known people who made a big difference' (Russia Today)

Is Ebola bigger than AIDS? (CNN)

Ebola Nurse's Aide 'Stable' After Serious Downturn (NBC News)

Isis in Kobani: UN warns 500 trapped civilians 'could be massacred' if border town falls (Independent)

Malala Yousafzai, Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel Peace Prize (Fox News)

Harvard Students Say America Is A Bigger Threat To World Peace Than ISIS (Huffington Post)

Man admits Brands Hatch drive charge (BBC)

Hong Kong protests: Police officers upset at being 'un-friended' on Facebook (Independent)

St Louis police use pepper spray on protesters during second night of clashes video (Guardian)

Where in the world is Kim Jong-un? Frenzied rumours spiral after another missed appearance (Daily Express)

Kim Jong Un an Apparent No-Show at Major Event (NBC News)

UKIP win gives party first elected MP (BBC)

Pepper Spray, Broken Glass: Police Shooting Sparks Anger (NBC News)

Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi Are Awarded Nobel Peace Prize (New York Times - Paywall)

MTV's Jason 'Mayhem' Miller Live -Tweets His Standoff With Police (Huffington Post)

Duchess of Cambridge to take her first formal role in State visit (Daily Express)

Twitter reacts to Nobel Peace Prize win (ALJAZEERA)

How the World Reacted to Malala and Kailash Satyarthi Winning the Nobel Peace Prize (Time Magazine)

Ebola vaccine trialled in Mali (Guardian)

Malala Yousafzais Nobel peace prize receives mixed response in Pakistan (Guardian)

Now ISIS try to cut off the one safe exit from Kobane: Border crossing to turkey under attack as death toll 'reaches 500' (Daily Mail)

Kim Jong-Un Missing Due To 'Pulled Tendon' (Sky News)

Kim Jong-Un Disappears: What Do We Know? (Sky News)

North Korea: Kim skips key anniversary (CNN)

Edward Snowden wins Guardian readers' Nobel peace prize poll, ahead of Malala Yousafzai (Guardian)

Ebola crisis: online courses help spread awareness and fill the knowledge gap (Guardian)

Malala Will Use Nobel Prize to Further Her Cause (Time Magazine)

Pope Francis Wouldn't Have Wanted the Nobel Peace Prize (Time Magazine)

Police search for human remains (BBC)

In Photos: 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Winner Malala Yousafzai (Time Magazine)

Sarah Palin drunken family brawl: Police in Alaska release report on fight involving former governor's son, daughter and husband (Independent)

Man locked up in Egyptian prison for two days after being accused of stealing sunglasses (Daily Express)

All hands to the pump! Police launch huge hunt to find Britain's most wanted petrol thief who has avoided detection for two years (Daily Mail)

Kim Jong Un, out of sight for 37 days, is a no-show at ceremony (Los Angeles Times)

ISIS now controls at least 40% of Kobani, captures Kurd HQ (Russia Today)

Families of MH17 victims to seek damages from Dutch state - lawyer (Reuters)

Op-Ed Contributor: Wesley Clark: To Manage China, Fix America First (New York Times - Paywall)

Ebola Joke Prompts Full-Scale Emergency, Man Taken Off Plane By Hazmat-Suited Medics (Huffington Post)

Hong Kong's Leader Faces Twin Investigations Over Financial Scandal (Time Magazine)

Ebola outbreak: Paris authorities investigate 'probable' case (Independent)

Malala Yousafzai Wins Nobel Peace Prize (Sky News)

Angry Protesters Yell at Riot Police in St. Louis (Time Magazine)

Staggering collection of 54,000 vintage postcards from around the world is unveiled (Daily Mail)

Brave teen Malala shot by Taliban becomes youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize winner (Daily Star)

Man has his PENIS cut off by angry mob after attempted rape of teenager (Daily Star)

Trace your roots, travel the world (CNN)

St Louis protesters clash with police ahead of Weekend of Resistance' (Russia Today)

Hong Kong's protesters urge supporters to return to the streets (Washington Post - Paywall)

Watch prize announcement (CNN)

Winners of Nobel Peace Prize since 1980 (Fox News)

He really must be Un-well! North Korea's Kim fails to turn up for key Communist even (Daily Mail)

Kim Jong Un Conspiracy Theories Escalate After Portly Dictator Is A No-Show At Party Anniversary (Huffington Post)

Malala and Satyarthi win Nobel Prize (Financial Times - Paywall)

MPs likely to vote to recognise Palestine as a state (Guardian)

Turks vital but reluctant against ISIS (CNN)

Nobel Peace Prize Winners Are Malala Yousafzai And Kailash Satyarthi (Huffington Post)

Malala Yousafzai becomes youngest ever Nobel Prize winner (Daily Express)

Peace Prize: They didn't win, either (CNN)

Bill Shorten's first year: five things we learned (Guardian)

Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi named as winners of 2014 Nobel Peace Prize (Russia Today)

Minister backs Ebola screening plan (BBC)

Malala Yousafzai, Kailash Satharthi win Nobel Peace Price for struggle for children's rights (Fox News)

VIDEO: Man jokes 'I have Ebola' on packed plane and it all goes pear-shaped (Daily Star)

Ebola unlikely to be cause of Britons death in Macedonia (Guardian)

Ebola crisis: Man in Brazil hospitalised with symptoms of deadly virus (Independent)

US urges Turkey to act against Isis (Financial Times - Paywall)

Horse walks into Cheshire police headquarters video (Guardian)

Trade, Hong Kong protests on agenda at Germany-China government talks (Fox News)

Death of Ebola patient's dog sparks riot in Spain (Daily Star)

The state pension fund 'will run out of cash next year': Amount handed out to future generations will be 'derisory' thanks to 'serious flaw' in Government's accounts (Daily Mail)

More Marines Land in Ebola Hot Zone (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

The story of 2 schoolgirls: Islamic extremists build networks to lure young women to jihad (Fox News)

Ebola is 'entrenched' in West Africa (BBC)

Ebola could be 'next AIDS', top US health official warns (Daily Express)

Airports screening shambles over Ebola (Daily Mail)

Nobel Peace Prize: Who will win? (CNN)

Kim Jong-un misses Workers' Party event amid rumours North Korean leader has been deposed (Independent)

Kim Jong-un misses Workers' Party event amid rumours North Korean leader has been ousted (Independent)

Taiwan urges China to let Hong Kong go democratic (Guardian)

Brutal Cartel Chief 'The Viceroy' Nabbed in Mexico (NBC News)

The Economic Costs of Ebola Are Rising Too (Time Magazine)

Iraqi refugees flee from ISIS (CNN)

UK to screen travelers for Ebola (CNN)

Take That Unveil 'These Days' As First Single From New Album 'III', Say They Want To Put Tax Avoidance Scandal Behind Them (Huffington Post)

UKIP win their first MP in Clacton and they nearly made it two (Daily Star)

Kim Jong-uns latest no-show fuels further health rumours (Guardian)

WATCH: Hazmat Crew Boards Plane After Man Falsely Claims to Have Ebola (Time Magazine)

Taiwan President Urges China to Allow Democracy in Hong Kong (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Jackie Chan Worried' Pro-Democracy Protests Harm Hong Kong's Finances (Time Magazine)

Ebola patient in Spain takes turn for worse (CNN)

How the Brighton Bombing 30 Years Ago Portended Peace (Time Magazine)

Ebola fear spreads to four continents (CNN)

Hong Kong protesters call for fresh rallies (ALJAZEERA)

In North Korean Media, No Sign of Kim Jong-un at Key Ritual (New York Times - Paywall)

To stem Islamic State extremists, Iraqi leader pushes to empower local populations (Fox News)

Clacton prize delivers momentum to Ukip (Financial Times - Paywall)

Man arrested after eight-hour siege (BBC)

Kobani: Turkish Kurds watch as US airstrikes hit Isis (Guardian)

VIDEO: Syrian fireman's appeal to world (BBC)

North Korea leader Kim is still in charge, has leg injury - source (Reuters)

U.S. calls on Turkey's military as Islamic State moves on border town (Los Angeles Times)

VIDEO: US military prepares to fight Ebola (BBC)

North Korea celebrates - but where is Kim Jong-un? (Channel4)

Eurosceptic UKIP wins first British parliament seat in landslide victory (Russia Today)

Police detail Palin family brawl (CNN)

EU steps up screening as Ebola fear spreads (ALJAZEERA)

Ebola Scare: Tests Negative For Texas Deputy (Sky News)

Counting The Cost Of The Ebola Outbreak (Sky News)

Sinosphere Blog: Two New Views of the Chinese State (Authorized and Not) (New York Times - Paywall)

US-led coalition intensifies airstrikes against ISIS in Kobani (Fox News)

Hong Kong protests: Talks shelved (CNN)

Ebola 'alert' and election campaigns - the papers (BBC)

Police shooting in St. Louis fans new protest flames (CBS News)

Modiano Wins Nobel Prize in Literature (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Alleged Juarez Cartel boss Carrillo Fuentes nabbed by Mexico cops in traffic checkpoint sting (Fox News)

Is Kim Jong Un's sister in charge? (CNN)

You're all screwed' Man jokes he has Ebola, taken off plane by hazmat-suited medics (Russia Today)

ISIS puts Turkey in tough spot (CNN)

Turkey: We won't take on ISIS alone (CNN)

Mexico nabs boss of once-feared Juarez drug cartel (Reuters)

VIDEO: IMF, World Bank to tackle global growth (BBC)

Kim Jong Un: Will he show up? (CNN)

Turkish Kurds on the frontline: 'We will never leave Kobani in Isis hands' video (Guardian)

Islamic State seizes large areas of Syrian town despite air strikes (Reuters)

3rd arrest made in killing of Malcolm X's grandson in rough Mexico City bar last year (Fox News)

Hospitals will rehearse for an emergency: Ebola drills to be carried out this weekend to ensure they are prepared (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Carswell becomes first elected UKIP MP (BBC)

Heart-Rending Test in Ebola Zone: A Baby (New York Times - Paywall)

See the 20 Most Famous Nobel Peace Prize Laureates (Time Magazine)

Douglas Carswell storms to victory to give Ukip its first elected MP (Daily Express)

Mexico Arrests Alleged Head of Juárez Drug Cartel (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

US police shooting reignites racial anger (ALJAZEERA)

Britain's Euroskeptic UKIP party wins seat in British Parliament for the first time (Fox News)

U.S. military planes arrive in Liberia, epicenter of Ebola outbreak (CBS News)

Ukip Defector Douglas Carswell Wins Clacton By-Election, Becomes Party's First MP (Huffington Post)

Mexico nabs alleged Juarez drug cartel leader (ALJAZEERA)

Arrest of Suspected Drug Lord in Mexico Is Seen as Symbolic Amid Police Scandal (New York Times - Paywall)

Colombia says rebel chief has been to Cuba for peace talks (Reuters)

Battle for Kobani rages as US-led air strikes pound Isis positions (Guardian)

Mexican Opposition Clears First Hurdle in Bid for Energy Referendum (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hong Kong protesters vow to carry on fight as officials scrap talks (Los Angeles Times)

New mass graves found in Mexico town (BBC)

Ebola-hit states say world response is slow (ALJAZEERA)

U.K. Plans Ebola Screening for Some Travelers From West Africa (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Condition of Spanish Worker With Ebola Worsens (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Rising Food Prices Make Africa Fight Ebola on Empty Stomach (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

DC police shouldn't have guns, says Council Member (Russia Today)

Mexico arrests alleged leader of Juarez drug cartel (CBS News)

German Kurds continue rallying amid heavy police presence (PHOTOS, VIDEO) (Russia Today)

ISIS 'may take' border town (CNN)

West Africans Make Plea for Long List of Ebola Needs (New York Times - Paywall)

The man who hiked across Europe and kidnapped a general (BBC)

Australian Red Cross nurse Sue Ellen Kovack tests NEGATIVE for Ebola (Daily Mail)

Documentary crew stumbles upon the largest lip disk in the world (Daily Mail)

Authorities Find More Graves at Site of Presumed Mexico Student Massacre (Time Magazine)

Hospitalized Australian Nurse Cleared for Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Britain to Screen for Ebola Amid Possible New Cases in Europe (New York Times - Paywall)

French author wins literature Nobel (CNN)

Where Is Kim Jong Un? World Waits for Appearance (NBC News)

Alleged American ISIS followers camp speaks out (CBS News)

World Briefing: Malaysia: One Dead and 12 Wounded in Grenade Blast (New York Times - Paywall)

Mexico 'drug lord' Carrillo arrested (BBC)

World Briefing: Central African Republic: U.N. Peacekeeper Killed (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing | United Nations: Member States Owe $3.5 Billion to Fund Operations (New York Times - Paywall)

UK announces Ebola screening plans (BBC)

World Briefing | Europe: Estonia: Lawmakers Approve Same-Sex Partnerships (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Bahrain: Rights Activist Charged Over Twitter Posts (New York Times - Paywall)

Has North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un been replaced by his sister? (Daily Star)

US officials brace for uptick in Ebola inquiries after Dallas patient death (Guardian)

UN members owe world body about $3.5 billion for regular budget and peacekeeping operations (Fox News)

Ebola screenings: How long will airport delays be? (CBS News)

Mexico finds graves at student massacre site (ALJAZEERA)

On Edge: Police Brace for Possible Rioting in Ferguson (NBC News)

Mac on... the government's inaction over the Ebola threat (Daily Mail)

Britain is on Ebola alert: Airports step up checks as fears virus kills Briton (Daily Express)

Kim Kardashian leaves little to the imagination in daring cut-out frock (Daily Express)

Footage shows Kurds fighting ISIS in Syria's Kobane (Daily Mail)

'I am man enough to see the funny side': Dwarf given children's colouring book on date (Daily Express)

Kurds and Hezbollah bury their dead as they try to stop ISIS (Daily Mail)

Turkish Support of Coalition Fighting ISIS Centers on Border Buffer Zone (New York Times - Paywall)

Mexico finds more graves at site of suspected student massacre (Reuters)

Ebola outbreak: Full scale alert as aircraft passenger jokes 'I have Ebola! You are all screwed' (Independent)

Juarez drug cartel boss Carrillo Fuentes arrested in northern Mexico (Independent)

Ebola crisis: 'Cases growing exponentially' in West Africa, UN warns - as it happened (Guardian)

Ebola outbreak: Aircraft cleaners at New York's LaGuardia Airport walk out over virus fear (Independent)

Four anti-Islamic State Kurds arrested entering U.S. from Mexico (Reuters)

Ebola 'hijacks' life in Liberia (CNN)

Man charged with Portstewart murder (BBC)

Congress Holds Up Funds for Pentagon's Ebola Fight (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

How The Simpsons predicted US Ebola outbreak in 1997 (Daily Mail)

Experts fear Ebola virus COULD spread through the air (Daily Mail)

Islamic State's terror fuelled by 1,300-year-old PROPHECY (Daily Star)

Passengers will now be checkedfor Ebola after Government U-turn (Daily Mail)

Mexico captures Juarez Cartel boss - government source (Reuters)

VIDEO: French author wins Nobel prize (BBC)

Spain's health system accused of safety lapses amid Ebola scare (Los Angeles Times)

Hometown of American ISIS captive prays for his release (CBS News)

Record haul: German police confiscate 330 kg heroin shipment (Russia Today)

Mexico arrests alleged leader of Juarez drug cartel Vicente Carrillo Fuentes (Guardian)

Texas Ebola cases expose troubling contrasts and spark fears of race divide (Guardian)

Spain blames Ebola infection on human error as nurse worsens (Reuters)

Farage's Ukip On Cusp Of Securing First Elected MP (Huffington Post)

Hong Kong government backs out of talks; students vow renewed protests (Washington Post - Paywall)

Cremation of obese 57-stone man sets funeral home on fire (Daily Express)

Fifth man arrested over suspected 'significant' UK terror plot (Daily Star)

Take That announce first album as trio (BBC)

Ebola Patient Got 'High Level' of Care, Hospital Says (NBC News)

Mom of man killed by St. Louis cop: He was unarmed (CBS News)

Pot-infused soda explodes in Washington state store (Russia Today)

Leader of infamous Juarez drug cartel arrested in Mexico (Russia Today)

BAD KOREA MOVE: Crippled North Korea tyrant Kim Jong-un 'overthrown by sister' (Daily Star)

Ebola challenge 'biggest since Aids' (BBC)

Train immune Ebola survivors to help medics, says UK nurse Will Pooley (Guardian)

Airline cabin cleaners walk off jobs over Ebola fears at New York airport (Guardian)

Couple jailed for having sex in POLICE CAR (Daily Star)

Horse captured on CCTV wandering into Cheshire police station (Daily Mail)

Haiti won't hold state funeral for former dictator 'Baby Doc' Duvalier, lawyer says (Fox News)

"Our people are dying": West African leaders plead for Ebola aid at World Bank (CBS News)

WorldViews: 6 people who seem like naturals for the Nobel Peace Prize but never won it (Washington Post - Paywall)

Lawmakers OK $700 Million More to Fight Ebola (NBC News)

Pepsi and Coke take hammering in Mexico as junk food tax starts to bite (Russia Today)

Boston police more likely to stop blacks, report says (CBS News)

Experts: Ebola virus testing at UK airports is not totally risk-free (Independent)

Stirling Prize 2014: London Aquatics Centre (BBC)

£250k supercar abandoned on Tower Bridge after police arrest him (Daily Mail)

US hospitals send actors with fake Ebola symptoms into emergency rooms (Guardian)

Briton dies of suspected Ebola in Macedonia, his hotel sealed off (Russia Today)

Coalition air strikes against Isis aid Bashar al-Assad, Syrian rebels claim (Guardian)

First Syria refugees in Uruguay (BBC)

Ebola virus: What price for a miracle cure? (Independent)

Could Ebola be used as a weapon by ISIS? (Daily Mail)

Dallas Ebola Victim's Body to Be Cremated, Officials Say (NBC News)

Ebola nations plead for faster response (Financial Times - Paywall)

Isis in Kobani: Turkey ignores Kurdish fury as militants close in on capturing the town (Independent)

Estonia becomes first former Soviet state to legalise gay marriage (Independent)

Israel-Gaza conflict: MPs set to vote to recognise state of Palestine (Independent)

Israel-Gaza conflict: MPs set to vote to recognise the state of Palestine (Independent)

Hong Kong government snubs pro-democracy protesters (CBS News)

Exclusive: First Ebola Vaccine Trial Starts in Africa (NBC News)

Abdul-Rahman Kassig: Parents of US hostage beg Isis leader to free their son (Independent)

Isis in Kobani: Despair for those still trapped inside the town as militants adapt their tactics to survive US air strikes (Independent)

Isis in Kobani: Despair over those still trapped inside the town as militants adapt their tactics to survive US air strikes (Independent)

Simon Calder: Ebola virus 'enhanced screening' will waste time and money while providing false reassurance (Independent)

Leaders call for quicker response to Ebola at World Bank meeting (Los Angeles Times)

Ebola screening: Will it work? (BBC)

Condition of Spanish Nurse With Ebola Worsens, Officials Say (New York Times - Paywall)

Nobel Prize: French novelist Patrick Modiano receives honour for Literature (Independent)

Nigel Farage on verge of securing first elected MP Douglas Carswell (Daily Mail)

Ebola: 'British man dies of deadly virus in Macedonia and one other taken ill' (Independent)

Ebola: 'British man dies of deadly virus in Macedonia and one other is taken ill' (Independent)

British Man Dies Of Suspected Ebola In Macedonia (Huffington Post)

Puppy farmer accused of murder told police alleged victims 'had to be put down' (Daily Mail)

Michelle Obama hosts first fashion education workshop (CBS News)

Liberia suspends elections due to Ebola outbreak (Guardian)

UK factory's orders for Ebola protection suits double in a day - video (Guardian)

Ebola crisis: First Brit suspected to have died from virus as second man is taken ill (Daily Star)

Gay porn model killer Luka Magnotta 'hid from international manhunt with unsuspecting man he met on gay chat website' (Independent)

Enterovirus D68 And Influenza Far More Dangerous Than Ebola In U.S., Say Top Infectious Diseases Physicians (Forbes)

Ebola Screening For Travellers Arriving In The UK Through Heathrow And Gatwick (Huffington Post)

Hong Kong calls off talks with student activists as city leader investigated (Reuters)

2 docs isolated over Ebola fears in Spain (CBS News)

Ebola scare: LaGuardia on strike, 58% of Americans want to ban flights from W. Africa (Russia Today)

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Man found with oxygen mask leads to further questions over crash (Independent)

Ebola cam (CNN)

Modiano, writer of memory and guilt under Nazi occupation, wins Nobel literature prize (Reuters)

World Briefing: German Police Seize Heroin Worth $63 Million (New York Times - Paywall)

UK urges Turkey to join military alliance against ISIS (Russia Today)

How Hong Kong Protesters Put the 'Civil' into 'Civil Disobedience' (Huffington Post)

On the ISIS front line with RT's correspondents (Russia Today)

Kurdish Protesters Clash With Turkish Police Over Islamic State's Advance On Kobane (Huffington Post)

U.S. Opposing China's Answer To World Bank (New York Times - Paywall)

French author wins Nobel prize in literature (ALJAZEERA)

Islamic State renews push to claim Syrian border town despite widening airstrikes (Washington Post - Paywall)

New star emerges in North Korea amid speculation over Kim (Reuters)

Ebola Is Spreading On Twitter Like This (Huffington Post)

Frenchmans take on Holocaust wins him a Nobel (CBS News)

The man who turns Lego into art (CNN)

Man admits owning bomb-making guide (BBC)

10 works of art that shocked the world (CNN)

Hammer man 'licked blood' off weapon (BBC)

Islamic State fighters are threatening to overrun Iraq's Anbar province (Washington Post - Paywall)

Ebola in Spain: Europe's first victim (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Lexington: The Ebola alarmists (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Hong Kong protests: The waiting game (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The politics of Lebanon: The state that didn't fail yet (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

North Korea leader Kim is still in charge, has injured leg - source (Reuters)

French author Modiano wins Nobel Prize (Financial Times - Paywall)

Palestinian Prime Minister Holds First Cabinet Meeting in Gaza (New York Times - Paywall)

Patrick Modiano Wins Nobel Prize in Literature (New York Times - Paywall)

Vigil held after US Ebola death (BBC)

Hong Kong Government Scraps Talks With Protesters (New York Times - Paywall)

VIDEO: MP calls for UK screening on Ebola (BBC)

Hong Kong calls off student talks (BBC)

Police pepper-spray black teenager in his home after mistaking him for a burglar (Independent)

Kim Jong-un missing: North Korean leader 'could have fled after attempted coup' (Independent)

British man dies from 'Ebola' in Macedonia (Channel4)

In Beijing, Young Chinese See Little to Cheer in Hong Kong Protests (New York Times - Paywall)

Spain Ebola nurse health 'worsens' (BBC)

Hong Kong Government Cancels Protest Talks (Sky News)

1.8 million fleeing ISIS in 'deadly, life-threatening' situation - UN (Russia Today)

VIDEO: Can this suit stop Ebola spreading? (BBC)

Hong Kong calls off talks with protesters (ALJAZEERA)

More airstrikes hit ISIS in Syria border town (CBS News)

UK police raid illegal' Islamic school suspected of terror links (Russia Today)

VIDEO: Horse walks into police headquarters (BBC)

Protests As Ebola Victim's Dog Put Down (Sky News)

Killer cost of Ebola: World Bank warns of $33bn doomsday scenario (Russia Today)

Australian Woman Being Tested For Ebola (Sky News)

Phones held by police remotely wiped (BBC)

What is this man doing to the horse? (CNN)

Is this Russia's first world champion? (CNN)

In turbulent Hong Kong, conspiracy theories point West (Los Angeles Times)

Australian Nurse Is Found Not to Have Ebola (New York Times - Paywall)

Islamic State is lesser evil for Turkey than Assad or Kurds' (Russia Today)

Prophecy that predicted war between Islamic army and 'infidel horde' is fuelling ISIS (Daily Mail)

Has Ebola arrived in Australia? Woman tested for virus after returning from Sierra Leone (Daily Express)

Sinosphere Blog: A Fence Goes Up in Hong Kong (New York Times - Paywall)

WorldViews: Oddsmakers have already picked a winner for the Nobel Peace Prize (Washington Post - Paywall)

Who created Hong Kong's 'Umbrella Man? (CNN)

Ebola 'not inevitable' in Ivory Coast (CNN)

London police checking if terror suspects have link to ISIS (CBS News)

Why Kim is probably still in charge (CNN)

Nurse with suspected Ebola isolated in Australia after return from Sierra Leone (Russia Today)

U.S. Steps Up Fight to Block ISIS Volunteers (New York Times - Paywall)

Flash Points: Will ISIS ever force U.S. boots on the ground? (CBS News)

Police pepper-spray black teenager in his white foster parents' home (Russia Today)

Fidel Castro compares NATO chief to ISIS (CBS News)

U.S. claims airstrikes drive ISIS back in Kobani (CBS News)

Flash Points: What to expect as Ebola hotspots emerge (CBS News)

U.S. strikes Islamic State targets inside Mosul (Washington Post - Paywall)

VIDEO: Muhammad Ali the family man (BBC)

U.K. Independence Party poised to win first parliamentary seat in Britain (Washington Post - Paywall)

U.S., allies examining' Syrian buffer zone as Islamic State fight deepens (Washington Post - Paywall)

VIDEO: Ebola outbreak: Your questions (BBC)

Ebola patient Thomas Duncan dies in the US (Channel4)

Ebola drug race challenges ethics (CNN)

WorldViews: Quiz: Match these 11 insults with the world leader they targeted (Washington Post - Paywall)

Intensified U.S. airstrikes keep Kobane from falling to Islamic State militants (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: 4 reasons Hong Kong's protests failed (and 4 reasons they didn't) (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Map: How ATMs have taken over the world (Washington Post - Paywall)

VIDEO: The man who records all his sneezes (BBC)

'It is not under control': Ebola in Liberia - video (Channel4)

Kobani about to fall to Islamic State, says Turkey (Channel4)

Where will the deadly Ebola virus strike next? (Channel4)

Islamic State moves to take Kobani on Syria-Turkey border (Channel4)

First British womb transplant 'by spring' (Channel4)

What is PLA doing in Hong Kong? (CNN)

Hong Kong protesters in cyberwar (CNN)

Last chance saloon for Hong Kong protests? (Channel4)

US Ebola patient 'in critical condition' (Channel4)

Bubble trouble: rescue for man trying to 'zorb' to Bermuda (Channel4)

'We are with you': new allies for Islamic State (Channel4)

Five Things The Texas Ebola Case Can Teach Us About Critical Infrastructure Security (Forbes)

ISIS doesn't represent us (CNN)

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

Lexington: The loneliest man in Congress (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

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

Hong Kong: What's next? (CNN)

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

Nigeria's Islamist insurgency: Unrest in the home of peace (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)

Mystery man in Rick Scott attack ad unveiled, misleads about Charlie Crist and Ponzi scheme (Miami Herald)

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

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