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Monday, 20th October 2014

World News

Ebola quarantine ends, Duncans family seeks normalcy (CBS News)

120 people now being monitored for Ebola in Texas (CBS News)

Indiana body count rises to SEVEN as police fear 'Backpage' serial killer may have murdered many more women across the country (Daily Mail)

Man pleads not guilty in Louisiana stripper death (CBS News)

Monica Lewinsky speaks out on Clinton affair and her ravaged reputation for the first time in 13 YEARS and earns a standing ovation (Daily Mail)

The Welsh Government claims there are ten serious 'inaccuracies' in the Mail's coverage of its NHS... Here we explain why every fact is correct (Daily Mail)

Turkey to let Iraqi Kurds reinforce Kobani as U.S. drops arms to defenders (Reuters)

Mexican Federal Police Take Over Towns After Students' Disappearance (Time Magazine)

EU, China Complete Deal on Telecoms Equipment (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

The Psychology Behind Our Collective Ebola Freak-Out (Time Magazine)

Obama White House Finds Ebola and ISIS Crises Silver Lining (Time Magazine)

Turkey to Open Passage to Kobani (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

'We're a Family': Nurses at Ebola Hospital Break Silence (NBC News)

UK ports wide open to Ebola (Daily Star)

Plasterer, 31, guilty of stabbing his identical twin to death during argument at family New Year's Eve party (Daily Mail)

Turkey u-turn in ISIS battle (CNN)

Mother of Prince of Wales's charity worker who died after taking ecstasy hits out at his friends who lied to police about where they got the drugs (Daily Mail)

Ebola outbreak spurs global race to find cure (CBS News)

DC police spent $260k on Stingray' surveillance system, left it unused for 6 years (Russia Today)

Another U.S. Ebola Patient Recovers at Emory (NBC News)

Using military and new protocols, U.S. ramps up Ebola response (Reuters)

Turkey opens border to let more Kurds join the fight against ISIS (Daily Mail)

Isis in Kobani: US loses patience with Turkey and resupplies Kurdish fighters by plane - then Ankara allows reinforcements through (Independent)

Alim Uddin 'stabbed to death in a row over a bicycle worth £90' (Daily Mail)

Watch the amazing self driving car that can reach 150mph: Audi reveals first smart race car and lets it loose on track (Daily Mail)

Is this first picture of crippled Russian submarine near Stockholm? (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong Leader Stands by Vote Process (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Emory's Third Ebola Patient is Discharged (Time Magazine)

Norwegian Ebola Patient Recovers, Is Discharged From Hospital (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Police seek Pumpkin festival rioters (CNN)

Armed police called as furious passengers on delayed flight stage mutiny (Daily Express)

Motor bike backflips over plane as it takes off from remote airport runway (Daily Mail)

WorldViews: Gaddafi died 3 years ago. Would Libya be better off if he hadn't? (Washington Post - Paywall)

Heartbreaking wills of soldiers who died on the Western Front are revealed for the first time: 'To Beatrice, who would have been my wife' (Daily Mail)

Using comedy to fight ISIS (CNN)

Watch Live: Nurses Speak at Dallas Ebola Hospital (NBC News)

ISIS launches 'near-simulataneous strikes' (CNN)

Caught on Camera: Man Rescued From Inferno (NBC News)

Pilot: Why we won't fly Ebola patients (CNN)

Video shows teacher pulling off female students shirt during scuffle (CBS News)

China Growth Seen Slowing Sharply (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola outbreak: UN aid worker in Sierra Leone dies from virus (Independent)

Ebola outbreak: UN aid worker dies from virus as Britain steps up airport screening (Independent)

Third UN employee dies of Ebola (ALJAZEERA)

Turks to let Kurds join Kobane fight (BBC)

Syrian Kurds fight ISIS on their own (CBS News)

Coming Up: Nurses Speak at Dallas Ebola Hospital (NBC News)

Why Turkey Changed Course on Kobani (Time Magazine)

Turkey signals unexpected shift in fight against ISIS in Syrian town (CBS News)

New Hampshire pumpkin fest riot prompts police investigation (CBS News)

Ebola: Why some survive (CNN)

Liberian healthcare workers in Minnesota asked to help combat Ebola (CBS News)

China Tries Offering Freer Hand to Judges (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Turkey to let Iraqi Kurds join Kobane battle (ALJAZEERA)

Man charged in shooting that killed girl, 3 (CBS News)

Ebola in America: Has the Fear Fever Broken? (NBC News)

Turkey helping Kurdish fighters cross into Kobani (Fox News)

Flames In The Sky About Kobani As Turkey Makes Major U-Turn Over Kurdish Fighters (Huffington Post)

Thousands of paedophiles will escape ANY punishment because police cannot cope with scale of online abuse (Daily Mail)

Isis orders its fighters to stop giving away their locations on Twitter (Independent)

Anni Dewani's cousin tells court how she made a secret recording with Shrien after honeymoon death because he was acting suspiciously - and he had made spreadsheet of her funeral plans within days (Daily Mail)

Madison Louch helps police set up sting on celebrity nude photo hacker (Daily Mail)

How to Financially Starve ISIS (Time Magazine)

Ebola in Liberia: Reporter recounts pockets of hope amid "corridors of misery" (CBS News)

Why hasn't Turkey gone after ISIS? (CNN)

Brutal female police enforce ISIS sharia vision on women of caliphate (Fox News)

U.N. Group Urges China's Wealthy to Fight Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Suspect in girls beating death had prior arrests (CBS News)

The latest on the Ebola crisis (CBS News)

Photographer uses drone to capture amazing footage of protective mother humpback whale and her calf off remote Tongan island (Daily Mail)

Ebola crisis: Spectacular success' in Nigeria provides hope and lessons for other nations (Independent)

Nigeria's 'spectacular success' in combating Ebola provides hope for others (Independent)

Half of Didcot power station will remain out of action indefinitely (Daily Mail)

Ebola Vaccine Push Ramps Up (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Turkey Says It Will Aid Kurdish Forces in Fight for Kobani (New York Times - Paywall)

Why So Many Women Are Crying at the Gym (Time Magazine)

Himalayas avalanches: Search ends for trekkers stranded in blizzards, leaving death toll at 39 (Independent)

Why can't the Catholic Church change? (CNN)

Google to crack down on piracy by demoting illegal sites in search results so alternatives like Spotify and Google Play come up first (Daily Mail)

Oscar Pistorius' sister Aimee speaks for first time to say she'll always love him (Daily Mail)

Turkey to allow Kurdish peshmerga across its territory to fight in Kobani (Guardian)

Rapist who forced himself on sleeping teenage girl and insulted her when she woke up and tried to fight him off is jailed for six years (Daily Mail)

Debate over Kobani's strategic value in fight against ISIS (Fox News)

Tunisian sunshine could power up to 2.5 million UK homes by 2018 (Daily Mail)

German police seize Muslim man codenamed 'The Tailor' who is suspected of equipping ISIS with combat suits - and 7,500 pairs of boots (Daily Mail)

Paralyzed man accompanies bride down the aisle (CBS News)

VIDEO: Why US man joined Kurdish fighters (BBC)

Death Toll Linked to GM Ignition Switch Defect Rises to 29 (Time Magazine)

Jack James and boyfriend kicked off bus for kissing by driver in London (Daily Mail)

US Army withheld promise from Germany that Ebola virus wouldn't be weaponized (Russia Today)

MSF volunteers put themselves in the frontline of fight against Ebola (Guardian)

Turkey to allow Iraqi Kurds to join battle vs IS in Kobani (Russia Today)

Hong Kong leader claims 'external forces' are behind violent protests that have rocked the territory (Daily Mail)

Ebola Fear: Maine Teacher Put on Leave After Dallas Trip (NBC News)

Finance director who 'lied about qualifications to get job then swindled £300,000 to lavish on shoes, holidays and a hot tub' told police she did it for her disabled daughter, court told (Daily Mail)

Hammond tells European leaders to pay up in fight against Ebola as figures reveal Britain and America shouldering burden (Daily Mail)

Why Harold Hamm Isn't Worried About Plunging Oil Prices (Forbes)

Man defrauded grandfather of £20,000 (BBC)

Passengers forced off easyJet plane because aircraft is 'too heavy' to take off (Daily Star)

Shipping Companies Committed to Servicing Countries Stricken by Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

W.H.O. Declares Nigeria Free of Ebola (New York Times - Paywall)

48 people exposed to Ebola 'patient zero' emerge from quarantine after being declared disease free (Daily Mail)

Family of only Ebola victim in US freed from quarantine (Russia Today)

Man jailed for anti-Semitic MP tweet (BBC)

Turkey allows Kurds to relieve Kobani (Financial Times - Paywall)

Pentagon, CDC step up their responses to Ebola (CBS News)

American doctor shares experience fighting Ebola (CBS News)

Mysterious hero vanishes after saving man from fire (CBS News)

My bus, my rules': Gay couple ordered off London bus for kissing (Russia Today)

Dublin Ebola scare in as woman with symptoms who's just returned from Nigeria is isolated in hospital (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong Leader Reaffirms Tough Stance on Elections and Economic Discontent (New York Times - Paywall)

Western aid 'is funding ISIS fighters' because jihadists are demanding bribes (Daily Mail)

Nepal tragedy: Don't let this disaster put you off visiting (Daily Express)

Explosion rocks rebel-held Ukrainian city as fighters ignore cease-fire, death toll rises (Fox News)

Heinous crime': Japanese man gets 2-year jail term for making 3D guns (Russia Today)

Nigeria declared free of Ebola (BBC)

Nigerias Ebola crackdown is an example to the world (Guardian)

Is #BendGate Back? Man Claims iPhone 6 'Caught Fire' After 'Surreal' Accident (Huffington Post)

Naked protest artist cuts earlobe off on roof of psychiatric clinic (Russia Today)

Isis in Kobani: Turkey allows Iraqi Kurds into Syria to join fight for key town (Independent)

Russian artist cuts off earlobe in protest at use of forced psychiatry on dissidents (Guardian)

Chinese boy had his armed ripped off by bear he tried to pat (Daily Mail)

Virginia Woman First to Be Charged Under New Revenge Porn Law (Time Magazine)

Hong Kong Sides Far Apart Ahead of Talks (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

86-year-old starves to death in right-to-die' protest (Russia Today)

Man convicted of stabbing identical twin brother to death in drunken rage (Daily Star)

Russia-China trade hits record $59bn in first half of 2014 (Russia Today)

Turkey ready to help Kurdish fighters in battle for Kobani video (Guardian)

Fight for Kobani: Turkey Clears the Way for Kurdish Fighters (NBC News)

Chinese beggars turn to chopping off camel's HOOVES in bid to gain sympathy (Daily Mail)

Iranian TV reporter killed in Turkey car crash after 'spying accusations' (Russia Today)

Birds of a feather flock together! Almost 200,000 cranes descend on German marshes as they stop off during 1,500 mile migration south (Daily Mail)

Twin murders his identical brother in drunken fight (Daily Express)

Power Up: For South Korea, E-Sports Is National Pastime (New York Times - Paywall)

EU and China agree truce on trade spats (Financial Times - Paywall)

Naked Artist Who Nailed Testicles To Red Square Cobblestone Has Hacked Off His Own Ear (Huffington Post)

Turkey clears way for Kurdish reinforcements to battle Islamic State (Washington Post - Paywall)

Britain's first blind darts team called 'The Optimists' who use string to help them hit the bullseye (Daily Mail)

Ebola outbreak: Hundreds of parents remove schoolchildren after principle visits Zambia (Independent)

Ebola outbreak: Hundreds of parents remove schoolchildren after principal visits Zambia (Independent)

Rachel Lynn Craig is first charged under 'revenge porn law' in Virginia (Daily Mail)

Ebola Travel Ban May Bring Other Troubles (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Leung warns protesters not to test China (Financial Times - Paywall)

Ebola themed toys selling like hot cakes, supplies finished (Russia Today)

Death at sea: Syrian migrants film their perilous voyage to Europe video (Guardian)

Attack On Apple's iCloud Service In China (Sky News)

Boston doctor training others to fight Ebola on front lines (CBS News)

After clashes, Hong Kong students, government stand their ground before talks (Reuters)

U.S. veteran joins ground war against ISIS (CBS News)

Will Ebola Fade From the Campaign Trail? (NBC News)

Ebola apocalypse - and how US 'preppers' plan to survive (Channel4)

Nigeria officially Ebola free: WHO (CNN)

Australia Backs Off From Burqa Plan (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

'Zero Risk': Dozens Come Off Ebola Watch List in Texas (NBC News)

Kurdish TV turns to musical parody in battle with ISIS (Daily Mail)

Ebola Nurse's Pooch Enters Testing Phase (NBC News)

GRAPHIC CONTENT: Naked man cuts off his EAR in the name of ART (Daily Star)

Bear bites off nine-year-old boy's arm in China zoo (Independent)

China Has Reportedly Hacked Every iPhone User In The Country (Huffington Post)

Scots turn backs on Labour with Tories ahead for the first time since 1950s (Daily Mail)

How Kurds The World Forgot Are Holding Off IS (Sky News)

Fire leaves half power station shut (BBC)

US troops battling Ebola in West Africa WON'T be equipped with Hazmat suits (Daily Mail)

How nine Hanscombe sons all survived First World War (Daily Mail)

Russian scientists using breakthrough approach to Ebola meds (Russia Today)

The LinkedIn Effect: Why Social Media Is Now Mandatory for Success (Forbes)

Russian container ship that had been drifting off British Columbia now safe at Canadian port (Fox News)

Ebola doctor back in west Africa (BBC)

Why no empathy for Ebola victims? (CNN)

Clinton: Stop the Ebola 'blame game' (CNN)

Sinosphere Blog: Beijing Donates $6 Million for Food Aid in Ebola Fight (New York Times - Paywall)

MasterCard, Zwipe team up for world's first contactless credit card (Russia Today)

Earl of Cardigan accuses his son of youthful greed as he vows to fight sale of his ancestral home to property developer (Daily Mail)

Dozens Who Had Contact With the First U.S. Ebola Patient Are in the Clear (Time Magazine)

German and Dutch bikers join fight against Islamic State (Daily Express)

Ebola crisis: How much are different countries donating to fight the outbreak and is it enough? (Independent)

Ebola crisis: How much are different countries donating to fight the outbreak and is it enough? (Independent)

U.S. Airdrops Weapons to Syrian Kurds (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Asia Bibi and Death for Blasphemy (Huffington Post)

Turkey to let Iraqi Kurds reinforce Kobani as US airdrops arms (Guardian)

US airdrops arms and medical supplies to Kurds in Kobane (Daily Mail)

Death toll reaches 65 in Libya's eastern strife, thousands displaced of the fighting (Fox News)

Watch Live: Dallas Officials Update on Ebola Crisis (NBC News)

Coming Up: Dallas Officials Update on Ebola Crisis (NBC News)

Prehistoric birds first learnt to fly by falling out of trees, say researchers (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Ebola survivors' blood 'saving lives' (BBC)

Ebola Victim's Fiancee Is Virus Free but Mourning: Pastor (NBC News)

Google changes 'to fight piracy' (BBC)

How Muammar Gaddafi's death reshaped destinies (Russia Today)

Mystery Hero Rescues Man From Blazing Home (Sky News)

Halloween Costumes: From Ebola Suits To Jimmy Savile, Best Give These Grossly Inappropriate Outfits A Miss (Huffington Post)

Police in southern India say 13 workers have been killed in a blaze in a fireworks factory (Fox News)

ISIS is operating INSIDE Turkey as militants fail to kidnap Syrian rebel leader (Daily Mail)

Computer VS Predator: Man repelled Siberian bear attack with computer (Russia Today)

48 Come Off Ebola Watch List in Texas (Time Magazine)

Relatives afraid of Ebola orphans (CNN)

Ebola hysteria: An epic overreaction (CNN)

Ebola orphans stigmatized, abandoned (CNN)

Islamic State conduct kidnapping INSIDE Turkey as fears grow over terror group's influence (Daily Express)

#TarpaulinRevolution: London police storm Parliament Square occupation (Russia Today)

WHO: Nigeria is free of Ebola but must remain vigilant for new cases (Guardian)

Spoof video shot in Glasgow shows man pretending to race the tube (Daily Mail)

ExIm warns US of export risk from China (Financial Times - Paywall)

Isis' kidnap attempt of Syrian rebel commander foiled in Turkey (Independent)

Ebola nurse Pooley back in Africa (BBC)

Ebola contained in Nigeria, World Health Organization reports (Los Angeles Times)

Turkey Will Help Iraqi Kurds Join Fight Against ISIS in Syria (Time Magazine)

Spain Says Nursing Aide With Ebola Tested Negative (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Man 'throws sex toys at teenage girl to see how they would react' (Daily Star)

Hong Kong protests: Bejing finally realise pro-democracy demonstrators want system changed (Independent)

Hong Kong protests: Beijing finally realise pro-democracy demonstrators want system changed (Independent)

Kerry: 'Irresponsible' and 'morally very difficult' not to help Kurds fighting IS extremists (Fox News)

Relief for Spanish Ebola nurse (CNN)

Video: Stranger carries man to safety as his home goes up in flames (Independent)

Gay Couple Kissing 'Ordered Off London Bus By Homophobic Driver' (Huffington Post)

Ashya King seen for the first time since his brain tumour treatment (Daily Mail)

Nigeria officially declared Ebola free (ALJAZEERA)

Federal police sent to Mexico towns (BBC)

US Drops Weapons For Kurds Battling IS (Sky News)

Man Tries To Take Selfie In Background Of Live TV Report, Things Do Not Go Well (Huffington Post)

Man denies decapitating his wife (BBC)

U.S. to issue new Ebola care guidelines, watch lists to shrink (Reuters)

Bob Davey defies Satanists death threats to renovate Houghton-on-the-Hill church, Norfolk (Daily Mail)

Apple Pay Is Here And It's Going To Be Great: Why The Skeptics Have It Wrong (Forbes)

US airdrops arms and medical supplies to Kurds in Syrian town of Kobane as they begin to beat back ISIS fighters (Daily Mail)

Facebook, Twitter and YouTube told to 'automatically' hand over Isis terrorists' data (Independent)

Tutankhamun Was The Product Of Incest, Scientists Reveal Amid New Clues As To Why The Egyptian Pharaoh Died So Young (Huffington Post)

Mother's Fight To Bring Back Son From Syria After Joining Islamic State Militants (Huffington Post)

China says no to Dumbledore (BBC)

Gay couple thrown off London bus for kissing (Guardian)

Death Toll in Nepal Blizzards Rises to 40 as Authorities Wind Down Search (Time Magazine)

Jean Davies starved herself to death over five weeks in right-to-die battle (Daily Mail)

Kerry Urges Action on Islamists, Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Kobani: US drops weapons to Kurds in Syria (Guardian)

Pedestrians cheat death after being flung across the road following car crash (Independent)

Hong Kong Protests as Much About Dollars as Democracy (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Bus driver throws gay couple off for kissing (Daily Express)

China likely will never open all files on painful past, official says (Reuters)

US drops arms to Kurds battling IS (BBC)

Ebola crisis: Nigeria declared Ebola-free three days after Senegal beats virus (Independent)

Husband of Spain's Ebola nurse confirms she is clear of the disease video (Guardian)

Isis in Kobani: US makes arms and aids drops to Kurdish fighters (Independent)

British nurse who survived Ebola back in Sierra Leone where he caught the deadly virus (Daily Mail)

'So Happy': Wave of Ebola Victim's Contacts in the Clear (NBC News)

In the Clear: Dozens Come Off Ebola Watch List in Texas (NBC News)

GYLES BRANDRETH on why umbrellas drive him bonkers (Daily Mail)

'Lousy': Ebola Nurse's Husband Slams Spain Over Case (NBC News)

Fish were the first creatures to have sex 430 million years ago, scientists discover (Daily Mail)

Mysterious Russian sub' off Sweden may be Dutch Defense Ministry source (Russia Today)

Model helps police set up sting operation on celebrity nude photo hacker who told her to pay $900 or have her naked body exposed to the world (Daily Mail)

Man 'Kills Stepdaughter Over Soiled Clothing' (Sky News)

Cleveland kidnap victim Michelle Knight says she now believes her captor had a 'disease' as she tells her story to live audience for the first time (Daily Mail)

Alcopops are fuelling a rise in liver deaths, warn doctors as death rate rises 40 per cent in just 10 years (Daily Mail)

Single mother travels to Turkey to rescue radicalised son from Isis (Independent)

Searches in Nepal called off as British trekkers urged to contact their families (Daily Express)

Top Iraq Shiite cleric meets prime minister in sign of support for government's anti-IS fight (Fox News)

Spanish nurse whose dog was put down after she contracted Ebola has recovered, officials say (Daily Mail)

Sinosphere Blog: In Hong Kong and Prague, Notes of Support and Windows on Unrest (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong leader: 'External forces' involved in protests (CNN)

Liberia president says Ebola has brought country to 'a standstill' (Fox News)

South Korean man responsible for outdoor concert where 16 people died is found dead (Daily Mail)

US sends lethal aid to Kurdish forces fighting ISIS in Kobani (Russia Today)

Didcot Power Station fire investigation underway (Daily Express)

Labour's NHS shame exposed: Mail investigation reveals meltdown in Labour-run Welsh NHS with police probing allegations of horrifying neglect (Daily Mail)

Afghan officials: Attacks by insurgents on army, police checkpoints kill at least 4 troops (Fox News)

Food shortage now a risk in Ebola areas (Financial Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong's Chief Executive Accuses External Forces' of Aiding Protests (Time Magazine)

Swedish military 'sights Russian submarine' off coast of Stockholm (Independent)

'Russian submarine spotted' by Swedish military off coast of Stockholm (Independent)

Why is Lorde's 'Royals' banned? (CNN)

Second U.S. Nurse With Ebola Was In No Way Careless' by Flying, Family Says (Time Magazine)

African solar plan to power UK homes (BBC)

U.S. military airdrops supplies to Kurds (CBS News)

The Main Hong Kong Protest Site Is a Perfect Anarchist Collective (Time Magazine)

Return of Bicycle Culture In China Adds To Billionaires' Wealth (Forbes)

U.S. Aircraft Resupply Kurdish Fighters Battling ISIS in Kobani (Time Magazine)

Inside world's worst Ebola outbreak (CNN)

VIDEO: Major fire at Didcot power station (BBC)

Hong Kong chief executive claims 'external forces' behind pro-democracy protests (Fox News)

Property Slump Challenges China (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

10/19: Family of deceased Ebola patients prepares to end quarantine; Group gives musicians a future as it reconnects them with the past (CBS News)

Ebola travel ban 'unprecedented' (CNN)

Spanish nurse's aide free of Ebola (CNN)

Hong Kong leader blames 'external forces' (ALJAZEERA)

Man charged in beating death of toddler (CBS News)

US airdrops weapons for Kurds fighting ISIL (ALJAZEERA)

Hong Kong leader says 'external forces' involved in pro-democracy protests (Fox News)

Nursing assistant in Spain clear of Ebola infection (CBS News)

ISIS teaches how to avoid NSA snooping in a tweet report (Russia Today)

U.S. Airdrops Weapons and Supplies to Kurds Fighting in Kobani (New York Times - Paywall)

Stolen Ambulance Police Chase Ends in Crash and Custody (NBC News)

Spanish nurse appears clear of Ebola virus (ALJAZEERA)

Afghan villager whose rescue of US Navy SEAL was fictionalized in Mark Wahlberg movie Lone Survivor is marked for death by Taliban (Daily Mail)

How Technology Is Creating New Sources Of Power (Forbes)

Mexico feds to replace 13 local police forces suspected of crime ties (Reuters)

Indonesia's Joko Widodo inaugurated president, first from outside political and business elite (Fox News)

Mexican federal police assume control of 13 municipalities linked to cartels, missing students (Fox News)

U.S. Drops Weapons to Kurds Defending Kobani Against ISIS (NBC News)

Police hope for closure after possible Hannah Graham remains found (CBS News)

From the Eton of comprehensives to a jihadi's death in the desert: Teachers reveal shock at the 'sweet, soft' British boys who died fighting for ISIS (Daily Mail)

Australia set to help China seize assets of corrupt Chinese officials - paper (Reuters)

Mystery after unidentified man heroically enters a burning building to rescue an elderly man (Daily Mail)

Ebola commentary proves dangerous (CNN)

When the average age of death was zero (BBC)

Australians still missing after Nepal snowstorm as death toll reaches 40 (Guardian)

Death toll climbs in Himalayas (CNN)

Spanish nurse's Ebola test negative (BBC)

Family of Ebola patient Amber Vinson hires high-powered attorney (CBS News)

VIDEO: WHO to declare Nigeria Ebola free (BBC)

U.S. Considers Arming Syrian Kurds (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hong Kong Police Accuse Man of Inciting Protests (New York Times - Paywall)

Major fire at Didcot B power station (BBC)

Violent clashes in Hong Kong (CNN)

Women fighting ISIS on border (CNN)

'Get My Dad!': Rescuer Pulls Man From Burning Home (NBC News)

Why Apple Pay May Be the Company's Most Challenging Move Yet (Time Magazine)

Why #Gamergate won't die (CNN)

Julie Bishop reaches agreement with Iraq for Australian special forces to support fight against Isis video (Guardian)

Why firms don't want you to be brilliant (BBC)

Ebola Nurse's Family Says She Wasn't Careless (NBC News)

Why the UK Is Finally Taking Low Confidence Seriously (Huffington Post)

Canada Conducts Test Runs for Ebola Response Teams (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Police quiz man over murder of pregnant mother of four (Daily Star)

Man arrested after girl dead in car blaze (Daily Express)

Lorraine Kelly forced to evacuate the ITV studios after fire alarm goes off during show (Daily Express)

Ebola crisis: Killer disease eradicated in Nigeria (Daily Express)

Fears over electricity supplies following fire at Didcot B power station (Daily Express)

Initial blood test shows Spanish nurse now free of Ebola (Los Angeles Times)

Friends, family of 1st U.S. Ebola patient reach milestone (CBS News)

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The moment a police officer called over a family's dog then SHOT it for no reason (Daily Mail)

Violent Clashes in Mong Kok, Hong Kong During Pro-Democracy Protests (Huffington Post)

Why I Quit Facebook And You Probably Should Too (Huffington Post)

Hong Kong talks to go ahead despite police attack on student protesters (Independent)

Hong Kong protest talks to go ahead despite police attack on student demonstrators (Independent)

Isis advance: 200,000 Syrian Kurds find a cold reception as they flee Kobani across border into Turkey (Independent)

Why is al-Aqsa Mosque vital to Muslims? (ALJAZEERA)

Cruise Passenger Tests Negative for Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola outbreak: Save our countries from tragedy, Liberian leader Ellen Johnson Sirleaf urges West (Independent)

Ebola outbreak: Do more to save our countries from tragedy, Liberian leader Ellen Johnson Sirleaf urges West (Independent)

Anticorruption Agency Gains Power in China (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola in Europe: Spanish nurse who caught disease is no longer infected, tests show (Independent)

Ebola in Europe: Spanish nurse Teresa Romero who first caught disease outside Africa 'is no longer infected' (Independent)

Ebola outbreak: Spanish nurse Teresa Romero who first caught disease outside Africa 'no longer infected' (Independent)

Man held after bodies of four Indiana women found (CBS News)

E-Team: Pentagon Announces Ebola Support Squad (NBC News)

Fight Leads to Gunfire Outside SoCal Chuck E. Cheese (NBC News)

14 Million Reasons Why Jameis Winston Should Return For Another Year (Forbes)

Halloweed? Denver Police Warn About Pot-Infused Candy (NBC News)

Spanish nurse who contracted Ebola may be clear of the disease (Guardian)

Spanish Nurse Tests Negative for Ebola After Contracting Disease (Time Magazine)

In the Clear: Ebola Patient's Contacts Near Milestone (NBC News)

In the Clear? Ebola Patient's Contacts Near Milestone (NBC News)

Marathoners Fight Thick Beijing Smog on Race Day (NBC News)

Friends, Family of Ebola Patient Reach Milestone (Time Magazine)

Man carried to safety as home goes up in flames (CBS News)

Family of first US Ebola victim tell of dispiriting public reaction to their plight (Guardian)

Texas Hospital Apologizes for Mistakes' Made in Ebola Care (Time Magazine)

Obama's Ebola Czar Is A Dangerous Mistake: Here Are 3 Who Could Do The Job (Forbes)

Pentagon forms Ebola rapid response team (Financial Times - Paywall)

Ben Stein on the ISIS kidnappings (CBS News)

Liberian president urges Ebola response (Guardian)

Death penalty fuels violence in Iraq, says U.N. report (Reuters)

The bigger questions around the Ebola outbreak (Guardian)

Cruz attacks White House on Ebola as Pentagon forms medical support team (Guardian)

Military Prepares 30-Person Ebola Team For U.S. (Time Magazine)

Putting the Ebola outbreak in perspective (CBS News)

Hong Kong protests: external forces blamed by chief executive (Guardian)

Texas Hospital Apologizes for 'Mistakes' in Ebola Treatment (NBC News)

Death toll in Nepal trekking disaster rises to 39 as search efforts come to an end (Daily Star)

Andrew Selous claims disabled people 'are grateful to have a job' in the first place (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong clashes continue, raising concerns about casualties (Los Angeles Times)

Humiliation replaces fear for the women kidnapped by Isis (Guardian)

Bear bites boy's arm off in Chinese zoo (Fox News)

U.N. Ebola Chief: World 'Was Not Prepared' for This Outbreak (NBC News)

All aboard the Lebanon express: Nostalgia and an urgent need could revive Arab world's first railway (Independent)

All aboard the Lebanon express: Nostalgia and a desperate need could revive Arab world's first railway (Independent)

Bloodied but unbowed: Tens of thousands of Hong Kong protesters fight running battles with police in the streets as they recapture territory held by cops (Daily Mail)

Opposition: 70 ISIS bodies dropped off at hospital (CNN)

WHO to review Ebola response (CNN)

Turkey balks at arming Kurds against ISIS (CBS News)

Op-Ed Contributor: What China Means by Rule of Law' (New York Times - Paywall)

Tourists back in Texas from cruise ship carrying woman monitored for Ebola (Guardian)

Hong Kong protests: Battle rages on as violent clashes erupt for second night running (Independent)

Turkey will not cooperate in US support for Kurds in Syria, says Erdogan (Guardian)

Ebola Drug Race Ramps Up in Earnest (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

#MTPSummit Experts: U.S. Is Prepared to Handle Ebola Virus (NBC News)

Bear bites off arm of 9-year-old boy at Chinese zoo (CBS News)

Ebola in the US: Texas hospital has become a ghost town' (Independent)

Hong Kong street clashes erupt despite imminent talks (Reuters)

Man tried to lure boy into car (BBC)

Ebola outbreak: British survivor William Pooley flies back to Sierra Leone to fight the disease (Independent)

Ebola outbreak: British survivor William Pooley returns to Sierra Leone to fight the disease (Independent)

Texas Hospital Apologises For Ebola Failings (Sky News)

Why Americans Still Shouldn't Be Scared Of Catching Ebola (Forbes)

John Cantlie 'believes two-thirds' of what he says in ISIS videos, says his sister (Daily Mail)

Modi party tightens grip on power with Indian state election wins (Guardian)

Ebola Travel Ban: Health Officials Call It a Big Mistake (NBC News)

Ebola outbreak: What is bushmeat and is it behind the disease that has killed thousands? (Independent)

Ebola outbreak: What is bushmeat and is it to blame for the disease that has killed thousands? (Independent)

China says US must change 'mistaken policies' before deal on cyber security (Guardian)

Fifteen-year-old boy taken captive with suspected jihadist 'shot in the head by militant group' fighting against Isis (Independent)

Kobani: Fifteen-year-old boy taken captive with suspected jihadist 'shot in the head by militant group' fighting against Isis (Independent)

China says it's hard to resume cyber security talks with U.S. (Reuters)

All nations 'have a stake' in Ebola (BBC)

Hong Kong Protests: 20 Hurt In Street Battles (Sky News)

More than a decade later, SARS offers lessons on Ebola (Los Angeles Times)

Kurds say U.S.-led airstrikes halting Islamic State advance on Kobani (Los Angeles Times)

Even animals don't do it': Kobani siege survivors on ISIS brutality (Russia Today)

Homemade APC: Iraqi blacksmith builds armored vehicle to fight ISIS (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Cruise Docked: Hospital Worker Tests Negative for Ebola (NBC News)

Cruise Ship in Ebola Scare Docks in Texas (NBC News)

Ebola creating food shortage in W. Africa (CNN)

German Motorcycle Club members join Dutch bikers in fight against Isis (Independent)

What you need to know about Ebola outbreak (CNN)

Sweden searches for suspected Russian submarine off Stockholm (Guardian)

Ebola and the Epidemics of the Past (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola in the US: Texas hospital apologises in full-page newspaper advertisement (Independent)

Abu Hamza's son led kidnap gang who tortured man over £15k debt (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: The quest for an Ebola vaccine (BBC)

Man arrested over car murder attempt (BBC)

Death of northern white rhino leaves just six of endangered animals left in the world (Independent)

Death of white rhino leaves just six of endangered animals left in the world (Independent)

BMA: NHS in Wales faces 'meltdown' as waiting times are at record levels and death rates higher than the rest of the UK (Daily Mail)

Armenians in Aleppo regard Turkey as 'first enemy' (Channel4)

3,000 UK troops in germ warfare-style ebola blockade plan in Sierra Leone (Daily Mail)

Ebola cruise ship in utter panic' as Mexico and Belize refuse to let it dock (Independent)

In Hong Kong, Dueling Definitions of Democracy (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Rip-off restaurant opens in China (CNN)

At Least 22 Reportedly Killed in Attack in Western China (New York Times - Paywall)

Kurdish Women Fight on Front Lines Against Islamic State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

China crackdown slows Tibet refugee crossings to freedom in India (Washington Post - Paywall)

Vile image of baby girl being 'beheaded' found by Kurds on phone taken from dead ISIS fanatics in Kobane (Daily Mail)

Internet trolls and obesity fight - the papers (BBC)

Bermuda Clears Trees, Power Lines Hit by Hurricane Gonzalo (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Government dusts off plans for a tunnel to by-pass Stonehenge (Daily Mail)

Emergency: Russian cargo ship with 450 tons of fuel adrift off Canada coast (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Gun owners fear new Crimestoppers hotline for public to alert police about neighbours with firearms will lead to law-abiding citizens being branded terrorists (Daily Mail)

Is bushmeat behind Ebola outbreak? (BBC)

New Clashes in Hong Kong After Activists Retake Streets (New York Times - Paywall)

From a life as London's richest to a squalid death in Syria's dust: Truth of IS killers (Daily Express)

Protesters, police clash again in Hong Kong's Mong Kok neighborhood (Washington Post - Paywall)

New at the Helm of Indonesia's Government: A Common Man (New York Times - Paywall)

Predicting Ebola Spread Depends on Data (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Calls for more action to stop Ebola - video (Channel4)

Inside one womans decades-long fight to bring fallen brother home (CBS News)

Both sides in Hong Kong warn of crisis as clashes continue (Los Angeles Times)

Air strikes pound IS as Kurds make gains in Kobani (Channel4)

Rise in attacks from ISIS militants (CBS News)

Vietnam Plans Hotline to China (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

British soldiers train Iraqi Kurds to take on IS - video (Channel4)

General: We can blunt ISIS (CNN)

U.K. Leader Urges Europe to Step Up Ebola Fight (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

South Korean Man Jumps to Death After Concert Accident (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Cameron Presses EU Leaders On Ebola Fund (Sky News)

Not surprised hospital missed Ebola (CNN)

Hong Kong police clear pro-democracy camp at key intersection (Washington Post - Paywall)

Clashes continue as Hong Kong police clear tents from protest zone (CBS News)

Police and protesters clash in Hong Kong - video (Channel4)

WorldViews: MAP: What is the Annapurna Circuit and why is it so popular among trekkers? (Washington Post - Paywall)

Boarding schools issue Ebola advice (BBC)

Ebola In America: Where The Ebola Patients Are (Forbes)

ISIS warplanes? (CNN)

Ebola spread (CNN)

Want To Attract And Retain The Best People? Put Your Employees First (Forbes)

In The Ebola Fight, A Defense Of Embattled CDC Chief Thomas Frieden (Forbes)

Drone first shows life of killer whales (CNN)

Electricity Prices Soaring In Top Wind Power States (Forbes)

How SARS offers lessons for Ebola (CNN)

Ebola hits Sierra Leone's last unaffected district (Channel4)

In pictures: Hong Kong protest art (BBC)

WorldViews: Chart: Here is what else the world is worried about, apart from Ebola (Washington Post - Paywall)

China's booming spending power (CNN)

WorldViews: Dutch biker gang members join the fight against the Islamic State (Washington Post - Paywall)

Hong Kong's protests: Chipping away (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Police firearms: Weaponised (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Turkey and the Kurds: War-war, not jaw-jaw (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

'God, why take my father and mother?' - Ebola orphans (Channel4)

The Ebola crisis: Much worse to come (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Why The Collaborative Economy Is Changing Everything (Forbes)

Hong Kong protesters demonstrate outside police HQ (Channel4)

Why women choose not to marry (CNN)

Ebola in Liberia - here's why I'm angry (Channel4)

45 arrested in Hong Kong clash (CNN)

Hong Kong: Who's who? (CNN)

Hong Kong authorities investigate protester beating (Channel4)

Hong Kong police remove barricades (CNN)

China bans drug-using celebs (CNN)

The man who turns Lego into art (CNN)

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)

Turkey and Syria: While Kobane burns (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Ukraine at war: Fight club (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

What is PLA doing in Hong Kong? (CNN)

ISIS doesn't represent us (CNN)

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

Charlemagne: The will to power (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

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

Protests: Measuring people power (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

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

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

Chinese politics: The power of Xi Jinping (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)

State-owned enterprises: Fixing China Inc (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

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

Rural schools: Down and out in rural China (Economist Magazine - Paywall)