Sunday, 26th October 2014

World News

WH concerned about state-imposed Ebola quarantines (CBS News)

British towns 'under siege' by EU migrants claims MP Michael Fallon (Daily Express)

Theresa May defies Tory rebels over EU warrants (Daily Express)

Mali scrambles after toddler dies of Ebola there (CBS News)

Local tribe reels after Washington state school shooting (CBS News)

NYC Hospital: Ebola Doctor Still Serious But 'Looks Better' (NBC News)

Ordeal of OAP who quipped 'I'm not Muslim' at airport security after he was stopped: Man spends six months facing racism charges before case is finally dropped (Daily Mail)

White House warns Christie and Cuomo over Ebola quarantine rules (Guardian)

Christie Defends Mandatory Ebola Quarantine (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Senzo Meyiwa shot dead: South Africa captain and Orlando Pirates goalkeeper killed (Independent)

Pro-Western blocs 'win Ukraine poll' (BBC)

Captain of South African national football team shot and killed (Daily Express)

Julian Assange launches attack on 'shady, invasive' web giant Google - and claims chairman Eric Schmidt is 'imperialist' government stooge (Daily Mail)

Pro-West Parties Sweep Ukraine Vote (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Should Ebola workers be quarantined? (CNN)

Fight erupts over US states' Ebola orders (Financial Times - Paywall)

White House questions new Ebola rules, nurse plans to sue (Reuters)

Exit Polls: Pro-West Bloc Wins Ukraine Election (Sky News)

New York Ebola policy 'could backfire' (CNN)

As Ebola Spreads, Asia Senses Vulnerability (New York Times - Paywall)

Bioethicist: 7 Reasons Ebola Quarantine Is Bad Idea (NBC News)

Feds Urge States Not to Go Overboard on Ebola (NBC News)

Governors Spar with Feds on Ebola Quarantine Policy (Time Magazine)

Teen Tests Negative For Ebola In Australia (Sky News)

Second victim in Israel car attack (BBC)

Two Men And Woman Die In Newquay Surfing Horror (Huffington Post)

Pro-Europe parties secure big election win in Ukraine - exit poll (Reuters)

'This is inhumane': Nurse returning from West Africa being kept in quarantine despite showing no Ebola symptoms compares her experience to 'prison' and says her 'basic human rights have been violated' (Daily Mail)

'Confusing': School Shooter's Friends Hunt for Answers (NBC News)

Sandy Hook gunman Adam Lanza's growing rage and delusions were overlooked by his mother, psychiatrists and counselors for years before shooting spree despite constant evaluations, report claims (Daily Mail)

Ukraine President Hails Support for Pro-West Plan (NBC News)

Ukraine president to begin coalition talks (ALJAZEERA)

Tunisians Vote in Historic Election (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ten civilians killed as Yemeni Houthis advance into Qaeda stronghold (Reuters)

Pro-Europe forces poised to win majority in Ukraine legislature (Los Angeles Times)

US Ebola Nurse Slams Quarantine Process (Sky News)

White House Pressures States to End Ebola Quarantine Orders (Time Magazine)

Petro Poroshenko set to consolidate power in Ukraine elections (Guardian)

US Ebola quarantine measures could discourage health workers (Guardian)

PICTURED: Popular teenage girl shot and killed in school cafeteria by 15-year-old gunman as she sat at a table with her friends (Daily Mail)

Ebola tests come back negative for woman taken to Brisbane hospital (Guardian)

Ukraine looks West with strong showing for pro-Europe parties in snap elections (Daily Mail)

Paper test can detect Ebola strains (BBC)

Connected to Both Sides, Relatives in Washington Shooting Seek Answers (Time Magazine)

Not All Voters Inspired by Ukraine Election (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Tunisians vote for new parliament, hope for full democracy (Reuters)

WARNING EXPLICIT VIDEO: 'Troubled' homophobe attacks man for wearing a pink shirt (Daily Star)

Ebola creating atmosphere of fear in shipping industry as coastguard steps in (Guardian)

Tunisians vote in first parliamentary election under new constitution (Guardian)

Isolated nurse slams Chris Christie's Ebola quarantine policy (Guardian)

At least 17 killed in suspected Boko Haram attack in Nigeria (Reuters)

Kobani Kurds repel Isis assault on strategically vital border post (Guardian)

Three surfers killed in Brit beach horror (Daily Star)

Exit polls signal Ukraine's shift to west (Financial Times - Paywall)

Have Islamic State terror group killed off Downton Abbey's dog? (Daily Express)

Will mandatory Ebola quarantines make things worse? (CBS News)

Britain will become a haven for Europe's rapists, murderers and child molesters without EU arrest warrant (Daily Mail)

Jakarta International School: Teachers and staff at top international school accused of raping students as young as five (Independent)

Van Persie rescues Man Utd (CNN)

ISIS threatens to kill British jihadists who want to go home - report (Russia Today)

Hong Kong protesters cancel referendum (Guardian)

Pro-Western parties seen leading Ukraine vote (Fox News)

Meet the Woman Leading NYC's Ebola Fight (Time Magazine)

Scotland Yard murder detectives make secret trip to Thai island where two Britons were killed (Daily Mail)

Marysville grapples with aftermath of school shooting (CBS News)

Poroshenko's bloc leading in Ukraine elections, 7 parties to enter Rada exit polls (Russia Today)

Late Van Persie header rescues Man Utd (ALJAZEERA)

Iran Hangs Woman for Killing Alleged Rapist (Time Magazine)

David Cameron urged to use talks with Emir of Qatar to end flow of cash to ISIS (Daily Mail)

High turnout in Tunisia vote defies forecasts (ALJAZEERA)

Kurdish, Iraqi troops up ante in fight against ISIS as US-led airstrikes continue (Russia Today)

Allure of Isis attracts Libya's jihadis (Financial Times - Paywall)

Ukrainians Vote in Parliamentary Elections With Far-Reaching Implications (New York Times - Paywall)

Toronto Police Drill for Disaster After Deadly Attack (NBC News)

Tory fury at the 'greed and arrogance' of EU fat cats as Barroso retires on taxpayer-funded pension (Daily Mail)

German intel warns ISIS can shoot down passenger planes report (Russia Today)

Sexy Ebola nurse Halloween costumes and Ebola parties are being held as companies cash in (Daily Mail)

Cabinet chaos on immigration as one minister says towns are 'swamped' by EU migrants (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong protesters scrap plan for vote on next move (Los Angeles Times)

WHO spent £1million on conference hosted by Putin as Ebola infections passed 10,000 (Daily Mail)

Gunman shoots and kills man waiting to vote in Brazil's presidential elections (Fox News)

Scots Labour in 'quick' leader vote (BBC)

Ryanair flight from Malaga as man threatened to 'take the plane down' and assaults passengers (Daily Mail)

U2's Bono lashes out at PM Tony Abbott for not sending aid workers to West Africa (Daily Mail)

Iraqi forces seize four villages after victory near Baghdad (Reuters)

Fury over 'sexy Ebola containment suits' for sale (Daily Express)

ISIS threatens Iraq's cultural heritage (CNN)

Local Fighters Help Push Back ISIS in Syria, Iraq (NBC News)

Ebola nurse's ' human rights violated' (CNN)

BREAKING: Man charged with preparation of terrorist acts (Daily Express)

More than 800 killed in bitter battle for Kobani (CNN)

23-year-old UK man charged with terror offense; due in court Monday (Fox News)

Michael Gove accuses EU chief of deliberate sabotage (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong Protesters Suspend Vote (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Heartbreaking Final Letter Of Hanged Young Iranian Woman Reyhaneh Jabbari (Huffington Post)

Tunisians vote in landmark elections (Financial Times - Paywall)

'Pure Fear': U.S. journalist recovering from Ebola recounts horrific battle for his life as his body was 'at war' with with the deadly virus (Daily Mail)

Washington State school shooting: Hero teacher intervened potentially preventing massacre (Independent)

Washington State school shooting: Teacher Megan Silberberger hailed hero for stopping Jaylen Fryberg during gun rampage (Independent)

Hong Kong-Shanghai Trading Link Stalls (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Two released over fatal shooting (BBC)

Ukraine crisis: Darth Vader parliamentary candidate denied vote in elections (Independent)

19-Year-Old Marine Is First Soldier to Die Fighting ISIS in Iraq (Time Magazine)

ISIS torture (CNN)

Darth Vader battles babushkas at Ukraine polling station no light sabers used (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Israel Apartheid? Palestinians to be banned from West Bank settlers' buses (Russia Today)

Military top brass don't want you to see war movie showing hero killed in botched rescue bid (Daily Mail)

U.S. envoy in West Africa to see how world failing in Ebola fight (Reuters)

Christie Defends Ebola Quarantine After Nurse Blasts Treatment (NBC News)

Burglary victim comes face to face with man using his stolen credit card in freak coincidence at China bank (Independent)

Woman Killed As Massive Wave Hits Road (Sky News)

Federal Health Official Says Mandatory Quarantines Aren't Helping Ebola Fight (Time Magazine)

British sailor on ebola mercy mission lost eight of his family to the virus (Daily Mail)

Tunisian vote raises democracy hope (CNN)

Days after demanding £1.7bn from Britain... EU chief secures £100k-a-year pension for LIFE (Daily Express)

Man charged with attempted murder (BBC)

Activist group says more than 800 people killed since battle for Syrian town of Kobani began (Fox News)

Two arrests over Celtic player attack (BBC)

John Cantlie appears in another ISIS propaganda video (Daily Mail)

Britain looking at curbing migrant workers from EU - Minister (Reuters)

John Cantlie: Isis prisoners are waterboarded for trying to escape, says British hostage in video (Independent)

An Old Man Mistook Mindy Kaling for Malala Yousafzai at a Party (Time Magazine)

Ukraine voting in elections that could cement pro-western stance (Guardian)

New York Ebola patient Dr Craig Spencer receives blood transfusion from survivor Nancy Writebol (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong protests: Demonstrators suspend vote on their next steps (Independent)

Obama sends Power to west Africa on Ebola fact-finding mission (Guardian)

Illinois Orders Mandatory Ebola Quarantine for Certain Travelers (Time Magazine)

NIH Doctor: Returning Ebola Workers Shouldn't Face 'Draconian' Rules (NBC News)

PICTURED: Two girls, 14, who are fighting for their lives after their 'friend' shot them in high school cafeteria shooting that let another dead and two others hurt (Daily Mail)

British woman dead in Bangkok during bottom enlargement operation (Daily Mail)

Angela Merkel scuppers David Cameron's plans for new deal with EU (Daily Mail)

Uruguayans vote for new president in tight election, marijuana reform in peril (Fox News)

Ukraine takes to the polls in parliamentary election - video (Guardian)

Ebola Cases Top 10,000 (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Angela Merkel to block David Cameron's plans for EU immigration cap (Independent)

Angela Merkel opposes David Cameron's plans for EU immigration cap (Independent)

Health workers in West Africa defend York Ebola doctor, who was 'rigorous' over safety procedures but 'rubbed shoulders with death every day' (Daily Mail)

Nurse condemns Ebola quarantine (CNN)

Hostage's mother pleads with ISIS (CNN)

Is ISIS enemy a friend of U.S.? (CNN)

Hong Kong protesters scrap vote on next step (Fox News)

Ukraine Election: Breaking Links To The Past (Sky News)

Women fight on front lines of battle against ISIS in Syria, Iraq (Fox News)

Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox says she was 'made to feel like a criminal' after return home to US (Independent)

EU budget anger - UK is not alone (BBC)

New blow for Cameron as Germany derails hopes of EU immigration cap (Daily Express)

Haphazard? U.S. Envoy Questions New Ebola Rules (NBC News)

British woman dead in Bangkok during operation performed by 'uncertified' doctor (Daily Mail)

British Forces Hand Camp Bastion Over To Afghan Forces In Poignant Ceremony (PICTURES) (Huffington Post)

War-Weary Ukraine Votes for New Parliament (NBC News)

VIDEO: Opting out of EU 'dangerous for Britain' (BBC)

Woman Isolated in Australian Hospital With Possible Ebola Symptoms (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Camp Bastion: British soldiers leave Helmand Province handing base over to Afghan forces (Independent)

Camp Bastion: British soldiers leave Helmand Province handing base to Afghan forces (Independent)

Pro-Democracy Movement's Vote in Hong Kong Abruptly Called Off (New York Times - Paywall)

Tunisians vote in first parliamentary polls (ALJAZEERA)

Coventry shopkeeper repeatedly stabbed during attack by ski-mask wearing raiders (Daily Mail)

Search for answers after Washington state school rampage (Reuters)

Last U.S. Marines, British combat forces end Afghan operations, prepare withdrawal (Reuters)

Tunisia parliamentary vote off to a peaceful start (Los Angeles Times)

Ebola outbreak: Domain investor sells for $200,000 (Independent)

Tributes to boy, 6, killed by van (BBC)

John Cantlie, ISIS Hostage, Describes Being Treated Well By Islamists In Latest Video (Huffington Post)

HK protesters abandon vote plan (BBC)

Muslim inmate found with ISIS flag at Isle of Wight jail planned to kidnap prison officer and escape with hostage (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong protesters scrap planned referendum (ALJAZEERA)

Man killed in street 'disturbance' (BBC)

Report details torture of ISIS hostages before beheadings (Fox News)

Ebola outbreak: Teenager in Australia being tested for Ebola after developing fever (Independent)

Ebola outbreak: Teenager in Australia being tested for disease after developing fever (Independent)

US envoy condemns Ebola response (BBC)

Reeva Steenkamp's parents attack Oscar Pistorius for killing their daughter (Daily Mail)

High School Horror: What We Know About the Washington Shooting (NBC News)

Peshmerga takes Iraqi town from ISIS (CNN)

New U.S. Ebola policy 'a real stunner' (CNN)

School shooter 'targeted his cousins' (CNN)

Edinburgh turns into 'mini war zone' as riot police and helicopter hunt for man on roof in city centre close to where shooting took place earlier (Daily Mail)

JAMES FORSYTH: Dave's ready to 'do a Thatcher' on EU money-grabbers (Daily Mail)

Ebola fears as woman isolated at Brisbane hospital (Guardian)

Analysis - Ebola shows up solidarity deficit in Africa growth story (Reuters)

Angela Merkel opposes Cameron EU renegotiation plan (Guardian)

Ebola vaccine: diary of a guinea pig (Guardian)

Tunisians vote for new parliament as Arab Spring democratic transition nears fruition (Fox News)

'No time for hate just love': Mom of boy, 14, shot point-blank in head by his cousin in school love-triangle shooting shows remarkable compassion as all four survivors fight for their lives in hospital (Daily Mail)

Are YOU fat because your husband is a control freak? This woman put on four stone while married to a man who forced her to over-eat. And she is just one of thousands... (Daily Mail)

ISIS rule parodied on TV (CNN)

ISIS vs. historical artifacts (CNN)

Ukraine votes in parliamentary election (Guardian)

Mission to rescue Ginger jihadi from ISIS clutches aborted at the last minute as its revealed his 16 year old friend who accompanied him to the Middle East is back at school (Daily Mail)

U.S. diplomat travels to West Africa as Ebola quarantine moves take hold (Reuters)

Ukraine votes to overhaul parliament tainted by legacy of deposed president (Fox News)

Woman hanged for killing alleged rapist (CNN)

School absence guidelines issued (BBC)

10/25: Quarantined nurse tests negative for Ebola virus; Despite age, 100-year-old math teacher pushes on (CBS News)

In power for 5 decades, Botswana's ruling party wins another vote despite tougher opposition (Fox News)

Ukraine en route to Europe? Who Ukrainians are voting for and how (Russia Today)

U.S. nurse quarantined over Ebola calls treatment 'frenzy of disorganisation' (Reuters)

Man held after Edinburgh incident (BBC)

Brazilian vote for next leader after bitter campaign; Incumbent has slight lead in polls (Fox News)

ISIL pounded as Iraqi and Kurd forces advance (ALJAZEERA)

'You're no longer my brother': How school love triangle drove fifteen-year-old gunman to shoot the close cousin who took his girl - in attack that left one dead and four injured (Daily Mail)

Ebola outbreak: Get up to speed (CNN)

Merkel Set To Sink Cameron's EU Migrants Plan (Sky News)

New York Ebola Patient Gets Blood From Writebol (NBC News)

Mystery sign language interpreter for Ebola conference wins legions of Twitter fans following animated appearance alongside de Blasio in New York (Daily Mail)

Canadians flock to Parliament Hill, site of attack on soldier (Reuters)

Isis puts out another John Cantlie propaganda video (Guardian)

Divided Brazil to vote for next president (ALJAZEERA)

As Ukraine elects a new parliament, national divisions persist (Los Angeles Times)

PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Ebola doctor's fianc e 'showing no signs of deadly virus' arrives home from hospital to face 21-day quarantine period in New York apartment (Daily Mail)

Israeli Defense Forces shoot US teen dead during altercation in West Bank as State Department calls for 'speedy and transparent investigation' (Daily Mail)

WHO: Ebola outbreak cases pass 10,000 (ALJAZEERA)

Jaylen Fryberg pictured as homecoming prince weeks before Marysville shooting (Daily Mail)

Ebola death toll tops 4,900 as virus spreads - WHO (Reuters)

Fianc e of NYC doctor with Ebola to leave hospital (CBS News)

Tesco boss forces managers to eat VERY humble pie: Scandal-hit supermarket chain makes top executives shop and cook 'like housewives' (Daily Mail)

US nurse angry over Ebola quarantine (BBC)

Iran hangs woman despite international uproar (ALJAZEERA)

Teacher who tried to stop Washington school shooting credited as hero (CBS News)

Nuclear negotiators again discuss extending their talks with Iran (Los Angeles Times)

Three surfers killed in Cornwall rip tide tragedy (Daily Express)

Scot Nats are accused over troll attack on tweet by Queen after vile responses to Her Majesty's message were posted by supporters of Scottish Independence (Daily Mail)

'It Will Take Time': Town Struggles to Heal After Washington Shooting (NBC News)

U.S. Ebola fighters head to Africa, but will the military and civilian effort be enough? (Washington Post - Paywall)

Isis exploits tribal fault lines to control its territory (Guardian)

Ebola outbreak: Medics at ever greater risk as the deadly disease continues to spread (Independent)

Ukraine crisis: Poll gets under way amid imperfect truce (Independent)

Iran and the West: on the brink of a choice to trust again (Independent)

Saudi Arabia: As executions rise, allies must focus more closely on warring anti-IS forces (Independent)

Germany's Merkel deals blow to UK on EU migration reform - Sunday Times (Reuters)

ISIS Hostages Endured Torture and Dashed Hopes, Freed Cellmates Say (New York Times - Paywall)

Police seek motive in fatal Washington state school shooting (Reuters)

IS forces 'pushed back' in Iraq (BBC)

On eve of poll, Ukraine leader seeks support for pro-Europe course (Reuters)

Woman Hanged In Iran Despite Retrial Campaign (Sky News)

Global Ebola cases pass 10,000 as Mali becomes latest nation to record a death (Guardian)

2 Dead Inside Boutique Following Reports of Shooting (NBC News)

Iraqis tout progress against ISIS as U.S. strikes continue (CBS News)

Kurdish and Iraqi government forces make gains against Isis insurgents (Guardian)

Iran hangs woman convicted of murdering alleged rapist (CBS News)

Bungling Anthony Weiner 'favorites' Twitter photo of scantily clad woman (Daily Mail)

Anti-Occupy mob roughs up Hong Kong journalists (Reuters)

'He was perfectly fine the day before': Friends describe how normal popular kid suddenly jumped up in school cafeteria and opened fire (Daily Mail)

School shooting victims remain critically injured (CBS News)

Japan could be WIPED OUT and millions killed by MASSIVE volcanic eruption (Daily Express)

Iran Hangs Woman For Killing Her Alleged Rapist (NBC News)

Ebola nurse 'made to feel like criminal' on return to US (Guardian)

Tears and Anger: Families of Washington Shooting Victims Grieve by Bedsides (NBC News)

Egypt Declares Emergency After Sinai Attack (Sky News)

NYC Mayor Noshes on Meatballs to Calm Ebola Fears (Time Magazine)

Isis threatens to kill British jihadis wanting to come home (Guardian)

Lebanon army fights gunmen in Tripoli, six soldiers killed (Reuters)

A Third Of Britain Would Vote Ukip If They Thought They Could Win (Huffington Post)

Ebola Nurse Quarantined in New Jersey Slams Rules (NBC News)

Canadians return to reopened grounds of Parliament Hill days after gunman killed soldier (Fox News)

Nurse returning from West Africa to New Jersey rushed into compulsory hospital quarantine despite testing NEGATIVE for Ebola demands 'dignity and humanity' (Daily Mail)

Children killed in Zambia boat accident (ALJAZEERA)

Ottawa's Parliament Reopens to Public After Shooting (NBC News)

Rare footage captures Ebola discovery in 1976 (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

More Than 10,000 Africa Ebola Cases, Health Agency Says (New York Times - Paywall)

Ex-private schoolboy, 19, who became fourth Portsmouth jihadist to die fighting for ISIS tried to flee Syria but was caught by militants just eight minutes from the border (Daily Mail)

Iran re-arrests leading human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh (Reuters)

Parliamentary Elections Show Political Turmoil Is Continuing in Ukraine (New York Times - Paywall)

NY1's Errol Louis gives hygiene tips on how to avoid Ebola (Daily Mail)

Mourinho 'confident' for Man Utd trip (BBC)

Ukraine president stakes future on snap poll (ALJAZEERA)

WHO reports Ebola cases believed to now top 10,000 (Los Angeles Times)

Automatic Quarantine In US For Ebola Medics (Sky News)

Washington School Shooting Victims 'Critical' (Sky News)

Fourth Islamic State jihadist from Portsmouth killed in Syria (Daily Express)

WHO says number of Ebola cases has passed 10,000 (Daily Mail)

Bus driver taking children on school trip to Paris arrested after 'drinking wine' (Daily Mail)

Iran executes woman despite pleas (CNN)

Tragic coincidence in California police shooting (CBS News)

Fourth Portsmouth Jihadist Mehdi Hassan Killed In Syria 'Wanted To Come Home' (Huffington Post)

"48 Hours" preview: Young woman outsmarts her attacker after kidnapping (CBS News)

Suspect arrested in deadly Calif. shooting rampage (CBS News)

Egypt President Denounces Sinai Attack (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Labour asks George Osborne to reveal when he knew about 2.1bn EU bill (Guardian)

Rights Groups Condemn Execution of Iranian Woman (New York Times - Paywall)

Manchester City trip up at West Ham (CNN)

News Analysis: Attacks in West Raise New Fears Over ISIS' Influence (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong protest leaders to poll followers about officials' offer (Los Angeles Times)

US launches 22 air strikes on Isis strongholds in Iraq (Guardian)

After deadly school shooting, Washington community searches for answers (CBS News)

Canada's parliament building grounds reopen three days after deadly shooting (Guardian)

Man killed in west Belfast shooting (BBC)

Iran woman's hanging draws protests (BBC)

Marysville-Pilchuck school teacher Megan Silberger 'stopped massacre' (Daily Mail)

Iraqi forces press to secure Shiite south ahead of Ashura religious commemorations (Washington Post - Paywall)

How ISIS continues to lure Westerners (CBS News)

Britain must pay EU bill, says MEP (BBC)

Officials search for motive in Washington state school shooting (CBS News)

Battle-Scarred Ukraine Prepares for Election (NBC News)

WHO: Ebola Cases Exceed 10,000 Worldwide (Time Magazine)

Woman quarantined in NJ over Ebola fears gets preliminary test result (CBS News)

Brit jihadist killed in Syria (Daily Star)

A Defense Of The Ebola Quarantine (Forbes)

Ukraine's Parliamentary Vote Won't Heal the Nation's Divide (Time Magazine)

US urges probe into West Bank death (BBC)

Egypt: Double attack in Sinai kills 33 as al-Sisi expresses serious concerns over Islamists (Independent)

First Ebola Worker Quarantined Under New Policy Tests Negative (Time Magazine)

Homecoming prince to school cafeteria killer (CNN)

Ebola Has Infected More Than 10,000 People, WHO Says (Huffington Post)

At the sharp end of Sierra Leone's Ebola battle - video (Channel4)

Iran executes Reyhaneh Jabbari despite global appeals for retrial (Guardian)

Malian president urges calm after Ebola death (ALJAZEERA)

Al Qaeda Commander Tweets Support for ISIS Hostage (NBC News)

Blind And Deaf Man Pushed Onto Train Tracks Then Punched In The Face As He Tried To Escape (Huffington Post)

Mulaudzi killed in a car crash (BBC)

Some Ebola health workers get cold reception upon return home (Los Angeles Times)

Fourth jihadist from Portsmouth killed in Syria (Guardian)

Kurdish forces retake north Iraqi town from Islamic State (Reuters)

Fourth Portsmouth man killed in Syria (BBC)

Iran's Execution Of Young Woman Reyhaneh Jabbari Is 'Bloody Stain' On Nation, Says Amnesty (Huffington Post)

ISIS accused of chemical attacks (CNN)

Gun attack 'victims related' (CNN)

27 killed in Egypt terror attack (CNN)

Ebola cases hit 10,000 mark (Guardian)

Marlins Man spices up World Series (CNN)

Iran hangs woman convicted of killing alleged rapist (Reuters)

Israeli Forces Kill U.S. Youth in West Bank Clashes (NBC News)

Iran hangs woman for killing her alleged rapist (Los Angeles Times)

US governors order Ebola quarantine (Financial Times - Paywall)

Two U.S. states to quarantine health workers returning from Ebola zones (Reuters)

Mali's first Ebola patient, girl, 2, dies (CNN)

VIDEO: One killed in US school shooting (BBC)

Ebola Worker Tests Negative, Stays in Quarantine in N.J. (NBC News)

TOWIE' Spoiler: Chloe And Elliot's Split Drama Continues As Lads Fight For Essex's Strongest Man Title (PICS) (Huffington Post)

School shooting may have been family feud over girl (Daily Express)

Woman dies after two-car crash (BBC)

Barack Obama 'not at all concerned' about hugging cured Ebola patient - video (Guardian)

Ukraine election 'force': Darth Vader leaves Kiev kids in tears (Russia Today)

Sixteen Killed in China Coal Mine Collapse (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Police give timeline of Washington state high school shooting - video (Guardian)

Iran hangs woman for murder of her alleged attempted rapist (Channel4)

Washington state school shooting: Hundreds attend Marysville church service in tribute to victims (Independent)

Washington school shooting: Hundreds attend Marysville church service in tribute to victims (Independent)

Lavrov: Russia never questioned Ukraine's right for partnership with EU (Russia Today)

AUDIO: Ebola health worker's audio diary fears (BBC)

Ebola fears see parents keep kids from Long Island school (Russia Today)

WorldViews: Map: Are these Russia's secret Ebola labs? (Washington Post - Paywall)

Egypt declares state of emergency in Sinai after checkpoint attack kills at least 30 soldiers (Independent)

Israeli Forces Kill U.S. Minor in West Bank Clashes (NBC News)

Australian youth in Isis video a victim of 'brutal betrayal of his own religion' (Guardian)

Iran hangs woman for murder of 'her attempted rapist' (Independent)

Reyhaneh Jabbari executed: Iran hangs woman for murder of her alleged attempted rapist (Independent)

Woman quarantined in New Jersey for Ebola exposure develops fever (CBS News)

Ukraine elections highlight nation's split between east and west (Washington Post - Paywall)

Iran nukes: Solution, not deadline, key (CNN)

Striking images of Hong Kong protests (CNN)

New York axe attack 'terrorist act' (BBC)

Students describe deadly shooting at Washington state high school (CBS News)

'Edging toward the EU exit?' (BBC)

Two US Ebola nurses free of virus (BBC)

New York Officials Urge Calm Amid Ebola Diagnosis (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola Vaccine Trials Due December (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Palestinian-American killed by IDF (CNN)

New York Doctor With Ebola Was Quick to Volunteer Overseas (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

NY hatchet attack 'act of terror' (CNN)

Volunteers policemen hope to retake Mosul from ISIS (CBS News)

IDF kill Palestinian-American teenager in West Bank (Russia Today)

Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Teenager in the West Bank, the 2nd in 8 Days (New York Times - Paywall)

Sunni Militants Draw Iraqi Forces Into Intense Battles on Several Fronts (New York Times - Paywall)

Flash Points: Canadas parliament shooting and the danger of homegrown terror (CBS News)

Cameron Angry Over Bill for EU Budget (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Mali Reports First Death From Ebola (New York Times - Paywall)

WorldViews: The real worry isn't Ebola in New York. It's Ebola in Mali. (Washington Post - Paywall)

VIDEO: How did UK man die in Syria air strike? (BBC)

The Saturday Profile: With Stunts and Vigilante Escapades, a Populist Gains Ground in Ukraine (New York Times - Paywall)

Income support wins Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff fans in Bahia ahead of vote (Washington Post - Paywall)

31 Egyptian Soldiers Are Killed as Militants Attack in Sinai (New York Times - Paywall)

Russia Blames Ukraine for Blocking Peace Accord (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Israeli soldiers fatally shoot Palestinian teenager in West Bank (Los Angeles Times)

Rivals in Brazil Vote Both Pledge to Kickstart Oil Sector (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Islamist militants suspected in Sinai bombing that killed at least 25 (Los Angeles Times)

Ebola outbreak: Two-year-old dies of virus in Mali (Independent)

Heads line streets of ISIS capital (CNN)

Cameron angry over 2.1bn EU surcharge (Financial Times - Paywall)

Bomb blast in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula is deadliest attack on army in decades (Washington Post - Paywall)

Uruguay Leader's Party Fights to Retain Rule After Vote (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Washington State school shooting: Two dead including gunman at High School (Independent)

Seattle school shooting: Two dead including gunman at Marysville-Pilchuck High School (Independent)

Seattle 'school shooting': Students evacuated from Marysville-Pilchuck High School (Independent)

Shooting reported at high school north of Seattle (Independent)

Ebola outbreak: I'm fortunate and blessed, says the nurse now free of disease (Independent)

EU energy deal to hurt Putin, says Davey (Financial Times - Paywall)

Five Experimental Ebola Vaccines Set For Trial (Sky News)

Iraq says ISIS hit troops with chemical gas (CBS News)

Swiss Vote on SNB Gold Holdings too Close to Call (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

World Bank Chief: Global Ebola Spread Without More Health Workers (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

WHO speeding up development of Ebola vaccine (CBS News)

Mali monitors 43 people as it tackles its first case of Ebola (Los Angeles Times)

Report: ISIS used chlorine gas against Iraqis (CBS News)

Man chisels his way out of elevator (CNN)

Ukraine elections mark generational shift (Financial Times - Paywall)

Another nation confirms first Ebola case (CBS News)

EU Warns Turkey Over Cyprus Row (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

WorldViews: Belgian chocolate company is latest to decide ISIS might not be such a good name (Washington Post - Paywall)

EU Tensions Persist Over Budget Rules (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

American ISIS hostages family get unlikely ally (CBS News)

VIDEO: Man starts fire at petrol station (BBC)

EU Pledges $1.26 Billion to Fight Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola crisis rekindles concerns about secret research in Russian military labs (Washington Post - Paywall)

Russia and West Grapple With Alternate Realities (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

WorldViews: How Ebola is fueling prejudice against gays (Washington Post - Paywall)

Angela Rose: Attack survivor relives brutal abduction (CBS News)

Canadian lawmakers vow to hold on to nation's openness after Ottawa shooting (Washington Post - Paywall)

U.S., South Korea abandon timeline for shifting control of military forces in wartime (Washington Post - Paywall)

Islamic State militants allegedly used chlorine gas against Iraqi security forces (Washington Post - Paywall)

Canada honours its gun attack hero (Channel4)

Ebola survivors shunned by communities in fear (Channel4)

Ebola stigma: 'We're all affected, but we're not infected' (Channel4)

This truth about Ebola (CNN)

Paralyzed man walks (CNN)

West Indies cricket: The calypso ends (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Ukraine before the election: The battle for Ukraine's future (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Lexington: How to win 99.6% of the vote (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Hong Kong's protests: Poor conversation (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

'It can happen here and it did': Canada reeling after 'terror' attack (Channel4)

Ottawa shooting: gunman killed after shooting soldier dead (Channel4)

On the Ebola frontline in Sierra Leone (Channel4)

The Mogg, the EU and the Munich beer festival - video (Channel4)

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

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

45 arrested in Hong Kong clash (CNN)

Hong Kong: Who's who? (CNN)

Hong Kong police remove barricades (CNN)

The man who turns Lego into art (CNN)

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

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

Gender identity & school (CNN)

What is PLA doing in Hong Kong? (CNN)

Iran and the West: Rohani's outstretched hand (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

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

Rick Scott tries to clarify attack ad on Charlie Crist (Miami Herald)

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

U.S. lawmakers to Haiti Senate: Vote for election law (Miami Herald)

Efficiency in education: New school values (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

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