Thursday, 30th October 2014

World News

Texas man shoots two alleged burglars (CBS News)

Russia and Ukraine reach gas deal (Financial Times - Paywall)

Murray seals World Tour Finals place (BBC)

RAF jets scramble to intercept Russian bombers over North Sea (Daily Mail)

RAF jets scrambled to meet 'unusual' level of Russian bombers that flew close to Britain (Daily Express)

Right-to-die advocate may postpone her own death (CBS News)

Man charged with Gibson murder (BBC)

Russia and Ukraine agree gas deal (BBC)

Ukraine, Moscow clinch deal on Russian gas supply (Fox News)

And now for my impression of Pegasus... Dancing stallion leaps into the air in elegant dressage move as world renowned Spanish riding school begins UK tour (Daily Mail)

Iraqi Kurdish forces enter Syria to fight Islamic State (Reuters)

Russian flights spark alerts (CNN)

Flash Points: Why unrest in Libya, Lebanon and Yemen matters (CBS News)

Abdel Hakim Belhaj wins right to sue UK government over his kidnap (Guardian)

Man Hospitalized in Finland on Suspicion of Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Burkina Faso's President Declares State Of Emergency Over Protests (Huffington Post)

White House 'does not support' Kaci Hickox's flouting of Ebola quarantine (Guardian)

Rumble in the Jungle 40 years on (Daily Mail)

Bodies of 200 Sunnis Found in Region Held by Islamic State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

RIP Santa Claus: Man behind famous Coca Cola advert dies aged 86 (Daily Star)

In Sierra Leone, Ambulances Carry Ebola Patients, Questions (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ukraine, Russia Near Gas Settlement (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ukraine, Russia and EU have agreed gas deal - sources (Reuters)

WorldViews: Why Burkina Faso's attempt to topple a long-serving leader matters (Washington Post - Paywall)

Why Tiny Models Are a Big Deal in Real Estate (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

#CheckYourPrivilege satire: White man walks streets of NYC for 10 hours, gets job offers (Russia Today)

Ebola Crisis: Major DEC Appeal To Fight Outbreak (Sky News)

Isis kills hundreds of Iraqi Sunnis from Albu Nimr tribe in Anbar province (Guardian)

Libyan rebel free to sue UK over 'torture' (ALJAZEERA)

The five stages of LOVE - from first date butterflies to long-term stability (Daily Express)

Nurse Defies Ebola Quarantine With Bike Ride (Sky News)

Sierra Leones fight against Ebola infection: The world is not safe (Guardian)

Mystery of why scratching makes us itch MORE is solved (Daily Mail)

Hospital ship Argus arrives in Sierra Leone for 'all-out war' on Ebola (Daily Mail)

Ebola aid ship docks in Sierra Leone (BBC)

Burkina Faso declares state of emergency (ALJAZEERA)

Sweden recognises state of Palestine (ALJAZEERA)

Clashes erupt as Israeli police kill Palestinian (Reuters)

Burkina Faso President Declares State of Emergency (Time Magazine)

German court sentences 'Autobahn gunman' to 10 years in jail (Reuters)

Jihadist shopped at Aldi supermarket for ISIS in Syria faces trial in Germany (Daily Mail)

How Meditation May Help People With HIV (Time Magazine)

Will Ebola kill you? It depends on your genes (Daily Mail)

North Korea will quarantine foreign travellers over Ebola fears (Daily Mail)

Passer-by films homeless Canadian man at public piano with impromptu performance (Daily Mail)

Provocative Israeli Cartoon on Deteriorating Relations With U.S. Evokes 9/11 (Time Magazine)

Kurdish women need arms to fight Isis (Guardian)

Amelia Earhart's plane scrap may have been found on Gardner Island (Daily Mail)

Ambassador Power: I'll Follow 'Strictest Protocols' on Ebola (NBC News)

ISIS executed 600 Iraqi prisoners, rights group says (CBS News)

State of emergency in Burkina Faso (BBC)

WATCH: Black bears in fight to the death (Daily Star)

Sweden Recognizes Palestine as a State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

ISIS plotting to kill Western civilians with EBOLA and poisoned needles (Daily Mail)

Libyas highest spiritual leader banned from UK over support of Islamists (Guardian)

Sweden officially recognises state of Palestine in attempt to help end decades of conflict with Israel (Independent)

US nurse Kaci Hickox breaks Ebola quarantine - video (Channel4)

EU lifts 15-year asset freeze on former Yugoslav first lady Mirjana Markovic (Independent)

Kaci Hickox: Ebola quarantine row nurse defies US authorities with a brisk morning bike ride... followed by police (Independent)

WHO Chief Says Ebola Response Did Not Match' Scale of the Outbreak (Time Magazine)

228 tribal leaders found murdered by ISIS militants in just two days (Daily Mail)

Burgess keen on World Cup chance (BBC)

Quarantined Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox defies orders to stay at home and goes for a bike ride (Daily Mail)

An In-Depth Analysis of Pumpkin Spice's World Domination (Time Magazine)

Gunshot wounds, fights with police: San Francisco riots after Giants win World Series (Russia Today)

Kaci Hickox defies 'excessive' Ebola quarantine by taking a bike ride (Guardian)

Open Source: Israeli Cartoonist Compares Netanyahu to 9/11 Hijackers (New York Times - Paywall)

Iraqi Kurds join fight to break Islamic State siege on Syrian town (Washington Post - Paywall)

Ebola outbreak: North Korea says visitors must remain in quarantine for 21 days, despite few being allowed to enter (Independent)

Isis in Iraq: Army's triumph at Jurf Al-Sakhar lays bare the cost of defeating the militants (Independent)

'A fight for national survival': Royal Navy ship sails to fight 'total war' against Ebola (Daily Express)

Nurse follows through on vow to defy Ebola quarantine (CBS News)

Nurse's Bike Ride Defying Ebola Quarantine Could Set Legal Precedent (Time Magazine)

Parasite transmitted by soil and cat faeces may cause fifth of schizophrenia cases (Daily Mail)

Cops: Man killed roommate, tried to kill another (CBS News)

'Prosecute ISIS for Yazidi genocide' (CNN)

Iraqi Kurds join fight in Kobani as Islamic State attacks oil facility (Los Angeles Times)

Survival rates for most cancers have improved in UK (Daily Mail)

Michael Allen fined for driving fake police car from one of his films (Daily Mail)

Nato Reports 'Unusual' Spike In Russia Military Aircraft Entering European Airspace (Huffington Post)

Sweden recognises Palestinian state (Reuters)

World Series celebration turns violent (CBS News)

Princess Masako back in the public eye after 11 years in the shadows (Daily Mail)

Moment a MailOnline reporter shook Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox's hand (Daily Mail)

First Iraqi Kurdish Fighters Reach Kobani (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

ISIS slaves (CNN)

World Bank Pledges $100 Million to Fight Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

WorldViews: Russia warns citizens not to travel abroad because of Ebola (Washington Post - Paywall)

Mass grave containing 150 anti-Islamic State fighters found in Iraq (Daily Star)

Forty years ago Ali did this (CNN)

Ebola Fears Slow Rice Shipments From Asia to Africa (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Widow hugs man who killed her husband after begging court to be LENIENT (Daily Express)

Royal stamp of approval Queen all smiles after first visit to Wolverhampton in 20 years (Daily Express)

Burkina Faso: state of emergency declared (Financial Times - Paywall)

Inside Russian nuclear sub as it fires missile that can level a city (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Western media hysteria over Russia caused by East West divide (Russia Today)

Peshmerga troops enter Syrian town besieged by ISIS (CBS News)

Linguists reveal the word 'boo' comes from Scotland where it was first used to scare children (Daily Mail)

US nurse defies Ebola quarantine (BBC)

Nigerian prosecutors may seek death penalty for child bride (Guardian)

ISIS militants killed 600 Iraqi prisoners, rights group says (Fox News)

Why scratching 'intensifies itching' (BBC)

Sting among the first to buy a flat in Battersea Power Station (Daily Mail)

Thirty British holidaymakers to sue First Choice after being struck down by 'gastric illness and skin rashes' at Algarve resort (Daily Mail)

Why Taylor Swift's '1989' Could Be The Last Platinum Album Ever (Forbes)

China is at serious risk from Ebola outbreak, says Peter Piot (Daily Mail)

U.S. attends Ebola meeting in Cuba called by leftist bloc (Reuters)

Islamic State 'terror schools': Children as young as FIVE trained to fight and kill (Daily Express)

U.S. Man Who Tried to Join ISIS Pleads Guilty to Terrorism (NBC News)

US nurse defies Ebola quarantine by cycling (ALJAZEERA)

UK government criticised over 'barbaric' plans to stop rescuing drowning African migrants (Independent)

The Futility of Fatwas Against Isis (Huffington Post)

Homeopaths offer services to help fight Ebola epidemic in west Africa (Guardian)

NYC 'Actively Monitoring' 117 People for Ebola Risk (NBC News)

Ohio state trooper coerced sex acts from female motorists in exchange for dropped charges (Russia Today)

Neighbours mistake murder for Halloween prank after US man beheaded his mother and dragged her body into the street (Independent)

Father-of-three battles cancer for four years only to die in a car crash the SAME DAY he was given the all clear (Daily Mail)

UK contributions to the EU have DOUBLED in five years to £8bn (Daily Mail)

Nurse Defies Ebola Quarantine in Maine (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Club apologises for Ebola party (BBC)

Toddler in Russia crushed by falling block of snow caught on video (Daily Mail)

Photograph shows the first Luftwaffe plane shot down over Britain 75 years ago (Daily Mail)

Woman charged with bestiality after police find videos of her having sex with a dog (Daily Mail)

Brazil police find 5 bodies inside car in Rio de Janeiro slum , 1 was headless (Fox News)

'The Foundation of Every State Is the Education of Its Youth' - Diogenes (Huffington Post)

Yale student says Ebola quarantine not based on science (CBS News)

British man drowns trying to save swimmers in Spain (Daily Mail)

Piece of Amelia Earhart's plane? Patch may solve mystery of first woman's solo flight across globe (Russia Today)

Humbie Heinkel: Dramatic photo reveals first Nazi plane downed over Britain (Daily Express)

Russia and Ukraine close to gas deal (Financial Times - Paywall)

North Carolina: the state where Republicans went too far (Guardian)

Why 'Serial' May Be the Most Addictive Podcast Ever (NBC News)

White House reacts to article insulting Israeli prime minister (CBS News)

Obama pushes for states to follow CDCs Ebola guidelines (CBS News)

Why Tim Cook's Coming Out Is the Most Meaningful to Date (Time Magazine)

In Burkina Faso, President Declares State of Emergency After Protests (New York Times - Paywall)

UK can be sued over rendition case (BBC)

Time capsule found in Washington Monument wall may never be opened (Daily Mail)

Spain state adviser backs move to block Catalonia independence vote (Reuters)

How Collaborative Consumption Can Save the World (Huffington Post)

Sri Lankan landslide: villagers defy police to claw through mud for missing people (Guardian)

First Lady of Murder in Mexico 'ordered police to stop protesters ruining her party' (Daily Mail)

Police to exhume cemetery remains (BBC)

Mega-Donors Give Big in State Elections (Time Magazine)

Doomsday preppers': Biohazard suit sales soar amid UK Ebola panic (Russia Today)

Christie's does eBay: Auction house to break with 250 years of tradition and sell high-value items for set price online (Daily Mail)

Bodies of 48 Sunni tribal fighters killed by Islamic State group found in mass grave (Fox News)

Miliband facing battle to hold off Ukip surge in South Yorkshire as voters go to the polls to elect new police commissioner (Daily Mail)

Riots follow death of Palestinian suspected of shooting Israeli (Los Angeles Times)

Russia remembers victims of Stalinist purges (Russia Today)

Brittany Maynard May Stay Longer Than Planned, She Says (NBC News)

This Is Where Ebola First Struck in 1976 and What Happened (Time Magazine)

Watch Jim Carrey Test David Letterman For Ebola (Time Magazine)

Check Out Microsoft's Very First Wearable Fitness Tracker (Time Magazine)

NHS opens first sperm bank to help single women, gay couples and more (Daily Mail)

North Korea to quarantine all foreigners because of Ebola fears (Guardian)

Ebola quarantine changes for Yale grad student (CBS News)

RAF Jets Intercept Russian Military Bombers (Sky News)

Sweden recognizes state of Palestine (CBS News)

Ebola Cases Near 14,000, WHO Says (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Failing drug laws': UK ministers debate narcotics policy (Russia Today)

As first peshmerga reinforcements enter of Kobane, their leader offers to send more men to help drive ISIS completely from battle-ravaged Syrian town (Daily Mail)

Two black bears fight for nearly seven minutes in suburban New Jersey street (Independent)

In jail with ISIS (CNN)

Algae virus discovered in human throats may be linked to poor brain function (Daily Mail)

Zimbabwe's state media attacks deputy president Mujuru (Reuters)

Russia and the West: Hard talk (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Maine nurse defies Ebola quarantine, goes for bike ride (Russia Today)

Libya's armed factions may have committed war crimes - Amnesty (Reuters)

Russian approaches to nuclear disarmament (Russia Today)

UK court to hear Gaddafi rendition claims (Financial Times - Paywall)

Filled with artifacts, ancient Mexican tunnel may lead to royal tombs (Daily Mail)

NATO chief: Russia has tripled military flights along NATO's eastern borders this year (Fox News)

Britain's no El Dorado': Calais mayor urges UK cooperate with migrant-swept city (Russia Today)

State of Palestine recognised by Sweden in 'brave and historic' move (Independent)

State of Palestine officially recognised by Sweden (Independent)

Merkel not acutely worried about Russian violations of airspace (Reuters)

Maine Nurse Resists Ebola Quarantine (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

North Korea cracks down on Ebola threat with stricter monitoring (Fox News)

UK migrant rescue stance criticised (BBC)

Scientists find differences that suggest chronic fatigue may not just be 'in the mind' (Daily Mail)

The winner of Nikon Small World is... (CNN)

Woking family reunited with Toby, after UK's first reconstruction of dognapping (Daily Mail)

World Bank pledges $100m to send health workers to Ebola-hit countries (Guardian)

Op-Ed Contributor: Don't Let Ebola Dehumanize Africa (New York Times - Paywall)

Ross Waters mown down during motorway chase with police (Daily Mail)

Why Is This Man Banned For Life From Pakistani TV? (Forbes)

Former Israeli soldier describes how IDF troops do not view Palestinians as 'human beings' (Independent)

Russian military flights: propaganda or precursor to war? (Channel4)

Peshmerga troops enter Kobane to fight ISIL (ALJAZEERA)

Autobahn sniper sentenced to more than 10 years in prison (Guardian)

US faces Ebola quarantine test case (BBC)

Teletubby broke into house and put stolen food in 'man purse', police say (Daily Star)

First Iraqi Kurdish fighters enter Isis-besieged Kobani (Guardian)

Halloween Ebola House: Is It Really 'Just A Bit Of Fun'? (Huffington Post)

Bumgarner new World Series legend (CNN)

Meet the child models who are taking the fashion world by storm (Daily Mail)

Police battle cybercrime cartels (CNN)

Iraqi Kurdish troops start entering Kobani, while ISIS targets border crossing (Fox News)

Why did NASA rocket explode? (CNN)

Alleged Would-Be Assassin Slain by Israeli Cops (NBC News)

Israeli Forces Kill Man Suspected of Involvement in Activist's Shooting (New York Times - Paywall)

Nurse Steps Outside, Vows to Fight Ebola Quarantine (NBC News)

Met Police test software that predicts the chance of gangs committing a crime (Daily Mail)

Burkina protesters burn parliament, ransack state TV (Reuters)

'Chickensh*t': U.S. on Israeli PM (CNN)

Nurse: 'I Will Not Be Bullied' Over Ebola (Sky News)

British appeals court says former Libyan rebel can sue UK government over rendition (Fox News)

Syrian activists say first Kurdish peshmerga fighters have started entering Kobani from Turkey (Fox News)

Privately-Educated Graduates Earn More Than State Schooled, Even If They're In The Same Job (Huffington Post)

German court sentences trucker to 10 years for shooting at fellow drivers on Autobahn (Fox News)

Man Puts 'Unlucky-In-Love' Sister On eBay In Bid To Find Her A Boyfriend (And Make Some Cash) (Huffington Post)

France Says Conditions Not Right to Deliver Warships to Russia (Time Magazine)

Meet America's new ally against ISIS (CNN)

ISIS prisoners: 'They would torture you' (CNN)

Ancient Greek wine cup may have earliest drawn constellations on it (Daily Mail)

First Iraqi Kurdish forces enter Syria's Kobani - monitoring group (Reuters)

Billionaires in the world double since global crisis - Oxfam (Russia Today)

Next forced to issue first profit warning in 20 years due to high temperatures (Daily Mail)

France Denies It Has Agreed to Deliver Mistral-Class Warship to Russia (New York Times - Paywall)

Ebola virus: British medics teach trainee hygienists to fight disease in Sierra Leone video (Guardian)

Why Ebola Quarantines Will Grow Larger -- And More Troubling (Forbes)

Man who shot Yehuda Glick killed by Israeli police (Daily Mail)

NATO Sees 'Unusual' Spike in Russian Military Flights (NBC News)

The man who never gave up hope (CNN)

Sir Geoff Hurst considered quitting football for cricket 4 years before 1966 World Cup (Daily Mail)

West Africans 'abused' in New York over Ebola (ALJAZEERA)

If there is money, there will be gas': Russia tells Ukraine as gas talks flounder (Russia Today)

Sweden's new government recognizes state of Palestine (Fox News)

Russia may limit transit from Belarus, Ukraine over banned food - RIA (Reuters)

Russian lawmaker asks Nobel Committee to strip Obama of Peace Prize (Russia Today)

Israel police kill suspected gunman (BBC)

MPs set to debate UK drugs policy (BBC)

Israeli police shoot dead suspect in assassination attempt on far-right rabbi (Guardian)

VIDEO: No hugs for Ebola volunteers (BBC)

NATO Tracks Russian Air Activity (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Soldier's letter to sweetheart he was too scared to ask to marry is finally revealed 98 years after he was killed at the Somme (Daily Mail)

Man arrested over McConville murder (BBC)

Ebola: Better Maps Could Have Helped Fight Virus (Sky News)

EU-brokered gas talks between Ukraine and Russia at an impasse with winter drawing near (Fox News)

South Korean soldiers given up to 45 years in prison in hazing death of subordinate (Fox News)

What do foreign au pairs really think of British mothers? SHONA SIBARY - who's had 14 in as many years - dared to ask hers. Their blisteringly honest verdicts will make your hair curl (Daily Mail)

£2m drive to get teachers to say 'gay' more in class to fight homophobia (Daily Mail)

NATO Accuses Russian Military Aircraft of Flagrantly Violating European Airspace (Time Magazine)

WorldViews: Charting the murky leadership structure of the Islamic State (Washington Post - Paywall)

Man wearing Barack Obama mask robs Dunkin' Donuts store in Massachusetts (Independent)

Israeli Activist Shot and Wounded (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Video shows fight between two bears in Rockland, New Jersey (Daily Mail)

Why I Quit the Government's Anti-Muslim Hatred Working Group (Huffington Post)

U.S.: Russian flights 'concerning' (CNN)

Chips in flower pots. Bread in a flat cap. Why dont restaurants use plates any more? (Daily Mail)

Ebola outbreak: Response to epidemic 'is now getting an upper hand on the virus' as number of infections in Liberia slows (Independent)

Hawaii volcano about to consume its first home, with lava meters away (Russia Today)

Giants beat Royals in World Series (BBC)

WHO: Fewer burials, fewer new Liberian Ebola cases (CNN)

Giants take World Series, beat Kansas City 3-2 in Game 7 (CBS News)

Sweden to recognize the Palestinian state on Thursday - foreign ministry (Russia Today)

France says conditions still not met to deliver warship to Russia (Reuters)

WorldViews: Israeli politician wants to ban the Muslim call to prayer (Washington Post - Paywall)

Nato jets intercept Russian warplanes following 'unusual level of air activity' (Guardian)

Conditions still not met to deliver Mistral warship to Russia French minister (Russia Today)

Sweden to officially recognise Palestinian state on Thursday (Reuters)

Ant And Dec To Host 2015 Brit Awards - 14 Years After They Last Presented The Ceremony (Huffington Post)

Dynasty: Giants Win Third World Series in Five Years (NBC News)

A Fatalist at War: the first world war diaries of Rudolf Binding (Guardian)

UAE is a leading player in Arab opposition to Isis in the Middle East (Guardian)

Yazidi women enslaved by ISIS (CNN)

This Is Why Apple Did Not Want Its GTAT Contracts Made Public (Forbes)

Israel police shoot, kill Palestinian suspect in attempted Jerusalem assassination of activist (Fox News)

Police charity staff suspended (BBC)

US envoy to meet with First Minister (BBC)

UK jets threaten to shoot down' Latvian cargo plane over attack fears (Russia Today)

Sweden Becomes the First E.U. Member to Recognize the State of Palestine (Time Magazine)

NATO reports increase in Russian fighter jet maneuvers (Fox News)

Epic world trip produces epic art (CNN)

Is killing ISIS leader a good idea? (CNN)

Millions of Samsung phones may be remotely locked by hackers (Russia Today)

Nurse says she will end voluntary Ebola quarantine at Maine home (CBS News)

World Series Mayhem: One Person Shot in Giants Celebration (NBC News)

In U.S. Ebola fight, no two quarantines are quite the same (Reuters)

2 years after Superstorm Sandy, recovery continues (CBS News)

True State of Afghan Military Kept Secret: Report (NBC News)

Shark bites man, man kicks shark (CBS News)

San Francisco Giants Win World Series, Third in Five Years (NBC News)

Bumgarner, Giants Beat Kansas City Royals 3-2 in World Series Game 7 (Time Magazine)

Colorado girls effort to join ISIS stokes fear in Muslim community (CBS News)

Poison Likely Killed Utah Family of Five: Police (NBC News)

Hagel Approves 21-Day Ebola Isolation Period For Military (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Australia bank plans UK asset sale (BBC)

2014 Game 6 World Series TV Ratings Beaten-Up By Royals Blowout (Forbes)

G20 police from outside Queensland will be exempt from local investigations (Guardian)

The nuclear attack on the UK that never happened (BBC)

The day I saw an old crone in the mirror... and realised it was me: NICCI GERRARD on the awful chasm between how young we feel and how the world sees us (Daily Mail)

NATO jets track 'unusual' Russian bomber sorties (Reuters)

See Google Doodles Through the Years (Time Magazine)

Gas deal still eludes Ukraine and Russia at EU talks (Reuters)

EU Projects Impact of Sanctions on Russia (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

UK national sperm bank starts work (BBC)

Obama tries to calm Ebola quarantine fears with health care workers in at-risk period (Daily Mail)

Russian nuclear sub test-fires Bulava strategic missile (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Ebola Slowing in Liberia, W.H.O. Says, but International Support Is Still Necessary (New York Times - Paywall)

Islamic State Executes at Least 40 Tribal and Iraqi Government Fighters (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Samsung profit lowest in three years (BBC)

Why you never love ANY house like your childhood home: CHARLOTTE MOORE tells why her 15th century home provides a safe space for her autistic sons (Daily Mail)

World Briefing: Mali: French Commando Dies in Fighting (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Colombia: Army Database Raises Concern About Possible Spying (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: South Sudan: Clashes Over Oil Town (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Cambodia: American Fugitive Is Arrested (New York Times - Paywall)

Not So Wise: Utah Man Charged With Chasing Owl in Paraglider (NBC News)

World Briefing: Austria: Boy, 14, Held in Terrorism Case (New York Times - Paywall)

Ebola 'more intense than anything' (CNN)

Volunteers train for Ebola (CNN)

No bail for Mass. man charged with killing mom (CBS News)

Obama Urges U.S. Leadership to Stem Ebola Outbreak (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Inside the sickening Islamic State 'terror school' where youngsters are taught how to kill (Daily Star)

Sort it out: May blasted over immigration (Daily Star)

Coldest winter for 100 YEARS Temperatures to PLUNGE as Arctic freeze strikes Britain (Daily Star)

The towns where exploiting children 'is the new normal': New police report reveals scale of sex crimes... but critics condemn study as a whitewash (Daily Mail)

U.S. airstrike targets may still be alive (CNN)

Blaze of Autumn colour as UK prepares for warmest Halloween on record (Daily Express)

Follow Live: Giants vs. Royals in World Series Game 7 (NBC News)

Football kicked by British Tommies in World War One to feature on Antiques Roadshow (Daily Express)

UK hands over £8billion to EU as contributions DOUBLED in last five years (Daily Express)

Spike Seen in Russian Military Flights (New York Times - Paywall)

Spike in Russian military flights reported (ALJAZEERA)

Home Office in dock as immigration fiascos mount: Theresa May under fire after collapsed sham marriage trials (Daily Mail)

UN condemns Israeli settlement expansion (ALJAZEERA)

Police apology over murderer's guns (BBC)

Brian Williams: Why Crash Dummies Are Putting on Weight (NBC News)

Ebola appears to be slowing in Liberia - WHO (Reuters)

Maine to Seek Court Order to Force Ebola Quarantine on Nurse Kaci Hickox (Time Magazine)

US attends Ebola conference in Cuba (BBC)

Renee Zellweger's high school boyfriend reminisces about her early years (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: UK charities launch Ebola aid appeal (BBC)

First Dog on the Moon remembers his early work video (Guardian)

Blackmailers to release EBOLA in Czech Republic unless they're paid 1m euros (Daily Mail)

Man gets arrested while wearing Monopoly 'go directly to jail' t-shirt (Daily Star)

Israeli police say man shot in suspected assassination attempt in Jerusalem (Fox News)

Guy Scott of Zambia now sub-Saharan Africa's only white head of state (Los Angeles Times)

No progress in talks over Russian gas supplies to Ukraine (Los Angeles Times)

Ebola War: Nearly 50 Volunteers Return Safely From Hot Zone (NBC News)

Ebola scares West Africans away from bush meat (CBS News)

Right-Wing Israeli Activist Is Shot and Wounded in Jerusalem (New York Times - Paywall)

Petition for Spain's health minister to quit over killing Ebola nurse's dog Excalibur (Daily Mail)

Why Ph.D.s Shouldn't Teach College Students (Time Magazine)

Islamic State Massacre 30 Men In Town Of Hit Near Baghdad (Huffington Post)

The Music World Can't Decide if Friday Is Better Than Tuesday (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

'Scream' or shaving machine? Internet reacts to Russia 2018 World Cup logo (Russia Today)

Scientists fight to save koalas from sexually transmitted disease (CBS News)

How Ebola Kills: Study Finds the Deadly Signs (NBC News)

Isis in Syria: A general reveals the lack of communication with the US - and his country's awkward relationship with their allies-by-default (Independent)

Isis in Syria: General reveals the lack of communication with the US - and his country's awkward relationship with their allies-by-default (Independent)

I will go to court to attain my freedom' Maine nurse rejects quarantine over Ebola (Russia Today)

Why Twitch is banning nude players (CNN)

Ebola cases 'slowing in Liberia' (BBC)

Unnamed U.S. official's slur about Israeli leader shows acrimony of relationship (Washington Post - Paywall)

Russia 'steps up' military flights (BBC)

Police nix surveillance balloon in fugitive manhunt (CBS News)

Obama Speaks With Health Workers on Ebola Frontlines (NBC News)

NATO says Russian jets, bombers circle Europe in unusual incidents (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Zambia's new president may be white, but that's not what makes him interesting (Washington Post - Paywall)

WHO: Ebola appears to be slowing in Liberia (ALJAZEERA)

Ferguson police chief denies report he is resigning (CBS News)

Exclusive - Russia calls U.N. agency's conflict zone risk proposals 'superficial' (Reuters)

Kurdish convoy heads to Syria to take on Islamic State (Reuters)

Women dying on ISIS frontline (CNN)

Mexican cartel boss vows to fight to the death instead of surrendering (Guardian)

Little to celebrate as UK troops withdraw from Afghanistan (Guardian)

Russian rocket manufacturer insists it is not to blame for failed Antares launch (Guardian)

Islamic State publicly kills at least 46 Sunni opponents in captured Iraqi city (Washington Post - Paywall)

CCTV shows moment drunk driver ploughed head-on into police van (Daily Mail)

Hopeful sign in Liberias Ebola outbreak? (CBS News)

Besieged town of Kobani gets reinforcements in fight against Isis (Guardian)

UK 'once keen' on EU funding rules (BBC)

Migrants pictured breaking into lorries in Calais trying to get into UK (Daily Mail)

Iraqi Kurdish fighters to battle ISIS (CNN)

Nato jets intercept Russian aircraft (Financial Times - Paywall)

Ebola outbreak: Nato must do more to stem crisis, say diplomatic heavyweights (Independent)

Pictures show children training at ISIS military camp (Daily Mail)

Free Syrian Army Rebels Join Fight For Kobani (Sky News)

Russian Navy successfully test-fires new submarine-based ballistic missile (Fox News)

Reported Ebola cases jump to 13,703, WHO reports (Los Angeles Times)

World's richest man would take 220 years to spend his wealth (Guardian)

First transformer flying car ready for production (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Bungled Halloween event met with armed police and helicopter (Russia Today)

Russian minister says France ready to deliver controversial warships (Reuters)

Fall of the Berlin Wall, eyewitness: I'd escaped in a car boot then 24 years later my family were allowed out' (Independent)

Tucson Shooting Survivor: Here's Why Kroger Should Change Its Gun Policy (Forbes)

North Korea in bid to avoid probe through first UN talks in 10 years (Daily Mail)

Ebola: Maine deploys state police to quarantined nurse's home (Guardian)

Payday loan brokers help themselves to UK savers' accounts, customers outraged (Russia Today)

Fall of the Berlin Wall: History catches up with Erich Honecker - the East German leader who praised the Iron Curtain and claimed it prevented a Third World War (Independent)

Ebola outbreak: Maine to attempt to legally enforce quarantine on nurse Kaci Hickox (Independent)

Supermarket giant Tesco faces UK criminal investigation (Russia Today)

Fed eyes first rate rise after end to QE (Financial Times - Paywall)

North Korea may be testing sea-based missiles, officials say (CBS News)

Acomb man who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a child now discovers he never had it (Daily Mail)

Thai court dismisses defamation case against UK activist (Independent)

Off the Grid: Missing Broncos Fan Explains Why He Split (NBC News)

Eight-year-old Ashton explains exactly why he loves older women (Daily Mail)

Convoy of peshmerga reinforcements in Turkey to join fight against ISIS in Kobane (Daily Mail)

Homeless man dead in Kensington after being impaled on railings of St Mary Abbots Church (Daily Mail)

Police morale extremely low due to pay cuts, pension changes survey (Russia Today)

U.S. conducts 14 more airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria (CBS News)

Iraqi Kurdish fighters head to Kobani to take on Islamic State (Los Angeles Times)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejects 'coward' remarks by US official (Independent)

Holder: 'Wholesale Change' Needed With Ferguson Police (NBC News)

Disasters Emergency Committee makes appeal in response to Ebola (Daily Mail)

Zambia's Scott becomes Africa's first white leader in 20 years (Reuters)

21-day quarantine ordered for U.S. troops on Ebola mission to Africa (Los Angeles Times)

France to hand over first Mistral helicopter carrier on Nov 14 Russia (Russia Today)

Ebola may have reached turning point (Guardian)

Why do soldiers face stronger Ebola protocols than civilians? (CBS News)

German exports to Russia tumble (Financial Times - Paywall)

Netanyahu chickenshit' & coward': US officials go tough on Israeli PM (Russia Today)

Chronic fatigue? The syndrome may lead to brain abnormalities (Russia Today)

#Shameless: People don ISIS attire for Halloween (Russia Today)

1.2 million, 5 billion tons of fuel: Russia to apply for Artic shelf expansion (Russia Today)

'How To Get Away With Murder' Star Viola Davis Explains Why Annalise Keating's Wig Has To Come Off (Huffington Post)

Footage shows homeless black man Milton Hall being shot at 46 times by police in the US (Independent)

China expected to invest $1bn in Russian solar energy (Russia Today)

Canadian MPs hold first caucuses since shooting: 'Nothing is going to stop us' (Guardian)

N.Korea may invite UN rights investigator after Kim Jong-un prosecution threats (Russia Today)

Inside the mind of a Russian hacker (CNN)

White House cyber-attack blamed on hackers working for Russian government (Independent)

Rotherham child sex abuse victims were dismissed by police recording reveals (Daily Mail)

David Cameron challenged Emir of Qatar to stop cash to ISIS (Daily Mail)

Hagel Approves 21-Day Ebola Quarantine for Troops (NBC News)

World Briefing: Ecuador: Tortoise Species Is Saved (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Turkey: Flooding Traps Miners (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Burkina Faso: Marchers Push Leader Not to Seek Another Term (New York Times - Paywall)

Senior Australian Isis member Mohammad Ali Baryalei 'killed in Syria' (Independent)

Brighton police swooped on Halloween event after passer-by reported people being kidnapped (Daily Mail)

Third possible Ebola vaccine to be sped through human safety trials (Guardian)

Bodhi Bennett who has hiked more than 300 miles at two years old (Daily Mail)

RT launches dedicated UK news channel RT UK (Russia Today)

101 Shots: Man Busts Record With Colossal Starbucks Drink (NBC News)

Iraqi Kurds Are Joining Fight to Drive Islamic State From Kobani (New York Times - Paywall)

Protesters in Hong Kong on Edge as Police Track Their Online Footprints (New York Times - Paywall)

Slow Motion Chaos: Why Bombs and Fences Won't Stop Hawaii's Lava (NBC News)

Kevin Reynolds family furious at why there were no lifeguards at Cornish beach (Daily Mail)

Marriott Hotels UK come up with the 'perfect' hotel room (Daily Mail)

Poll finds what women most want the man in their life to improve (Daily Mail)

Zambia's President Sata dies in London, Africa's first white leader in 20 years takes over (Russia Today)

Pete the Feet hasn't worn shoes or socks for 50 years (Daily Mail)

American supermodel turned Muslim princess Kendra Spears announces she is expecting her first child with millionaire husband Prince Rahim Aga Khan (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: UK adopts the 'smart shopping' habit (BBC)

Assange's day in court' may come in Ecuador's London embassy (Russia Today)

Why Ebola quarantine is bad policy: From the front lines (Los Angeles Times)

Britain to send Apache helicopters to Iraq in battle against ISIS (Daily Mail)

Disaster charities launch unprecedented' Ebola fund appeal (Russia Today)

'Violent and terrible': UK Muslim leaders condemn ISIS (Russia Today)

Russian army beefs up Artic presence over Western threat (Russia Today)

UK 'Schindler' honored in Prague (CNN)

Obama's best years could be ahead (BBC)

#62: Russia jumps record 30 places in Doing Business' ranking (Russia Today)

Contract soldiers outnumber conscripts in Russian military Defense Minister (Russia Today)

UK forced to admit GCHQ can access foreign-gathered data without warrant (Russia Today)

Russia ready to deliver US supplies to ISS after Antares rocket explodes (Russia Today)

Why is the Ebola crisis TV appeal so significant? (Channel4)

China gets first 'Big Brother' reality TV (CNN)

VIDEO: The Royal Marines - in 350 years (BBC)

Failure to launch: Antares explodes ahead of Russian rocket (Channel4)

Obama: U.S. Crucial to Ebola Response (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

ISIS wields a particular brand of cruelty toward women (CBS News)

Notre Dame Robbed In First College Football Playoff Rankings (Forbes)

Why are U.S. inmates dying in jail? (CNN)

Tunisia, after igniting Arab Spring, sends the most fighters to Islamic State in Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

White House snubs Israeli official (CNN)

iPhone 6 Plus Vs Galaxy Note 4 Review: 2014's Biggest Phone Fight (Forbes)

Iraqi Kurds gather forces to aid embattled Syrian town fighting Islamic State (Washington Post - Paywall)

Emile liked to listen to the radio and play with his ball': Father of Ebola's 'Patient Zero' - the first person to contract the disease - talks of his anguish at loss of his two-year-old son (Daily Mail)

WorldViews: The quiet, controversial partnership between the Israeli and Palestinian police chiefs (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Why Britain won't save drowning migrants in the Mediterranean (Washington Post - Paywall)

Footballer sets new world record (CNN)

Is UK letting migrants drown as they cross the Med? (Channel4)

WorldViews: Why a protester wore a Ku Klux Klan outfit to Australia's parliament (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Photos: Inside a Liberian slum fighting the Ebola epidemic (Washington Post - Paywall)

Why is Putin so popular at home? (CNN)

Response to Ebola crisis abroad faces growing criticism (Channel4)

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

5 Ways To Avoid Danger Through Communication And Change The World (Forbes)

This truth about Ebola (CNN)

Paralyzed man walks (CNN)

ISIS targets artifacts (CNN)

Young voters: Let's set the world on fire (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Police firearms: Weaponised (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

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

Hong Kong police remove barricades (CNN)

10 works of art that shocked the world (CNN)

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

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

Separatism in Africa: Why can't we do it peacefully? (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)

The World Health Organization Comes Under Fire for Failure to Stop Ebola (Time Magazine)