Sunday, 2nd November 2014

World News

Mexico City Day of the Dead celebration (CBS News)

Samantha Power: U.S. intervention helping Ebola fight in West Africa (CBS News)

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: American Politicians Are A Greater Threat to Democracy Than ISIS (Time Magazine)

Ebola cases 'surge' in rural Sierra Leone (ALJAZEERA)

VIDEO: On the ground at Virgin crash site (BBC)

A century on, one of history's most dramatic boat rescues is remembered: RNLI crew leads flotilla in tribute to the 85 victims of World War I Rohilla disaster and the 144 that were saved (Daily Mail)

Branson labeled 'outrageous' over attempts to distance himself from Friday's tragic crash (Daily Mail)

Army clears protesters, fires warning shots in Burkina Faso (Reuters)

Shots fired at Burkina Faso state TV (BBC)

Hong Kong Official Dismisses Calls for Vote (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

US plan for proxy army to fight Isis in Syria suffers attack (Guardian)

Paris rioters clash with police over protester's death (Independent)

Maine nurse in Ebola flap says shell respect towns wishes (CBS News)

Virgin Galactic crash: Can joyriding in space for super-rich survive? (Independent)

Protests hit Burkina Faso after army takeover (ALJAZEERA)

Met Police snooping on tens of thousands with secret technology report (Russia Today)

Dozens Killed in Blast on Pakistan-India Border (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Virgin Galactic Crash Investigation Could Take a Year (Time Magazine)

Dozens killed in Pakistan-India border blast (ALJAZEERA)

French police arrest at least 77 people in Paris after illegal rally into police brutality over death of 21-year-old man turns violent (Daily Mail)

Mother of Manchester 'terror twins' snatched by ISIS as she tried to rescue daughters (Daily Mail)

Women and children dumped in a well': ISIS massacres 322 Sunni tribesmen in west Iraq (Russia Today)

Virgin Galactic CEO Sees New Spacecraft Ready Next Year (NBC News)

Dozens killed in suicide blast at India-Pakistan border crossing as they watched daily flag-lowering ceremony (Daily Mail)

Banker Charged in Hong Kong Murder Probe (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Iraqi Kurds join fight against Islamic State in Kobani (Reuters)

British banker Rurik Jutting charged with murder of 2 prostitutes in Hong Kong (Daily Mail)

Virgin Galactic CEO sees new spacecraft ready next year (Reuters)

Schools which 'indoctrinate' children against homosexuality face being closed down under new Government rules (Daily Mail)

Briton charged after Hong Kong deaths (BBC)

Banker charged after Hong Kong murders (Financial Times - Paywall)

Why did Branson claim he didn't know the dead pilot when he was filmed celebrating with him? Mogul labeled 'outrageous' over attempts to distance himself from Friday's tragic crash (Daily Mail)

Hong Kongs Umbrella Square one month on: how are protestors living? (Guardian)

British banker charged with two counts of murder in Hong Kong (Guardian)

PETA supporters strip off for central London protest on World Vegan Day (Daily Mail)

Prominent Yemeni politician killed in Sanaa (ALJAZEERA)

Peter Lewis sacked amid inquiry over care home sex allegations against staff (Daily Mail)

Army Clears Protesters, Fires Warning Shots in Burkina Faso (NBC News)

More than 50 dead in bombing on Pakistan-India border (Los Angeles Times)

Maine nurse sees Ebola quarantines as 'abundance of politics' (Reuters)

Ebola Nurse: Christie's Quarantine Order An Abundance of Politics' (Time Magazine)

In North Korea, fear takes hold over new foreign threat: Ebola (Guardian)

Dozens killed in suicide attack at Pakistan-India border post (Guardian)

After Burkina Faso dictator flees, whos in charge? (CBS News)

Virgin Galactic was warned about potential instability of new fuel, experts say (Guardian)

Burkina Faso Military Cracks Down on Protests (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Manchester shopkeeper shot dead by armed raiders (Daily Mail)

U.N. Employee Under Treatment for Ebola in France (New York Times - Paywall)

Ebola outbreak: Virus 'spreading quickly' in Sierra Leone (Independent)

ISIS militants kill 50 tribesmen, women and children, officials say (Fox News)

Russia continues to fight Nazism: Why some are waiting to join? (Russia Today)

Virgin Galactic crash: Richard Branson should GIVE UP on space, blasts rocket scientist (Daily Express)

Maine nurse hopes other Ebola health workers will not face same reaction (Guardian)

VIDEO: Tensions mount in Burkina Faso (BBC)

How Virgin Galactic was repeatedly warned over safety issues before crash (Daily Mail)

Over 210 killed in 2 weeks of fighting over Libya's Benghazi (Fox News)

Dozens killed in Pakistan blast (CNN)

Car crash victim wins £4m compensation for accident that left him too ANGRY to work (Daily Mail)

Google Doodle Honors Day of the Dead (Time Magazine)

Burkina Faso army urged to give up power (Financial Times - Paywall)

British woman dies in Australia crash (BBC)

Suspected separatists attack barracks, police camp on Kenya's coast (Reuters)

Virgin Galactic boss said new fuel had passed crucial tests (Guardian)

Alex Salmond Says Labour 'Will Pay The Price' Of Campaigning With Tories Against Scottish Independence (Huffington Post)

Washington Redskins in Bus Crash on Way to Game (Time Magazine)

Burkina Faso's Army Backs Zida as Leader (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

VIDEO: Virgin astronaut: 'I'm still excited' (BBC)

Men, women and children executed by ISIS in Iraqi village: Terror group adds at least 40 victims to its grim toll (Daily Mail)

Soldiers Fight To Quell Burkina Faso Protests (Sky News)

Man jumped on dead whale because he thought 'it would be funny' (Daily Mail)

Spaceplane crash survivor 'talking' (CNN)

Death toll in India-Pakistan border bombing increases to 45 - police (Reuters)

Bombing kills nearly 45 in Pakistan, police say (Fox News)

Watch as daredevil climbs atop a dead whale at the centre of a shark feeding frenzy (Independent)

'Kim Jong-Un' Pays a Visit to Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement Camp (Huffington Post)

Hard Hit: Redskins Buses Crash on Way to Stadium (NBC News)

British man accused of double murder in Hong Kong named (Independent)

Mum on holiday held for nine hours as police think she is a terrorist of the same name (Daily Star)

France treating Ebola victim (CNN)

Disney World firework display sparks fire on Seven Dwarfs Mine Train rollercoaster (Daily Mail)

Why Health Insurers Are Rooting For Democrats To Win Tuesday (Forbes)

Suicide attack kills 37, injures 70 on India-Pakistan border - police (Russia Today)

ISIS Extremists Slaughter 50 Iraqis in Public (Time Magazine)

UN rejects Burkina Faso army rule (BBC)

Virgin Galactic crash: Spaceflight company was warned of safety issues, expert claims (Independent)

Teenager dies 12 days after crash (BBC)

British backpacker killed while on gap year in Australia (Daily Star)

VIDEO: Briton held over Hong Kong murders (BBC)

Virgin Galactic crash: Branson says won't push space tourism blindly' (Russia Today)

Hong Kong Police Arrest Briton After Women's Bodies Are Found in Apartment (New York Times - Paywall)

U.N. Employee With Ebola Sent to France (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

U.S. Ebola Survivors Tread Lonely Journeys (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

ISIS kidnaps Albu Nimr tribesmen (CNN)

Pakistan police say bombing kills nearly 20 people near eastern border with India (Fox News)

British backpacker, 22, killed in car accident while travelling in Australia (Independent)

British backpacker Jade Fox, 22, killed in car accident while travelling in Australia (Independent)

Briton being held over Hong Kong double murder - video report (Guardian)

Ghoncheh Ghavami jailed in Iran accused of 'propaganda against the regime' (Daily Mail)

Why climate is economic issue (CNN)

Thousands gather in Burkina Faso to denounce military coup (Guardian)

SpaceShip Two crash casts doubt on space tourism project, says Branson (Guardian)

A bionic bar, skydiving at sea, and a pod 300ft above the ocean: Why the 1,141ft-long Quantum Of The Seas really is one incredibly smart ship (but it's a shame the Wifi doesn't work!) (Daily Mail)

Australian Man Rides Dead Whale As Sharks Circle (NBC News)

Two dead in HK apartment: Man held (CNN)

Ebola 'increasing' in Sierra Leone (BBC)

Virgin SpaceShipTwo crash not end of Galactic project, says Richard Branson - video (Guardian)

Burkina Faso opposition calls for civilian transition after military ruler appointed (Fox News)

Violent clashes in France after protester killed by police grenade' (PHOTOS, VIDEO) (Russia Today)

'Go ahead call the cops - they can't un-rape you': Dash cam records two Texas police officers joking about raping a woman walking by their car (Daily Mail)

Kenya troops kills 6 attackers with machetes; separate police attack toll rises to 22 (Fox News)

Injured Virgin Galactic pilot 'alert' as Richard Branson pays tribute to dead co-pilot (Daily Express)

Isis militants shoot dead at least 50 Iraqi men, women and children in latest massacre (Independent)

Isis militants shoot dead at least 50 Iraqi men, women and children in tribe massacre (Independent)

Isis militants shoot dead at least 50 Iraqi men, women and children in latest massacre of tribe (Independent)

Injured Virgin Galactic Pilot Peter Siebold 'Alert And Talking' After Fatal Crash (Huffington Post)

Why volunteer training is key (CNN)

British banker arrested in Hong Kong double murder case (Reuters)

VIDEO: 'Civilian must head Burkina transition' (BBC)

Peaceful gay pride held amid police protection in conservative EU-hopeful Montenegro (Fox News)

Former cancer patient who said Savile saved her life now wants £60,000 for 'sex abuse' in latest questionable claim against his estate (Daily Mail)

Virgin Galactic crash: Probe into test flight could 'take a year' (Independent)

Virgin Galactic crash details emerge as Branson defends mission (Daily Mail)

Virgin Galactic crash survivor is conscious and 'talking with doctors and family' (Daily Mail)

Virgin Galactic ticket holders show their support for Richard Branson (Daily Mail)

Virgin Galactic Crash Probe Could Take A Year (Sky News)

Virgin Galactic pilot injured in spaceship crash "alert and talking" (Daily Star)

British 'Bank of America employee' arrested over Hong Kong murders (Daily Express)

Virgin Galactic pilot's widow left devastated as Branson defends project (Daily Mail)

Hobbit trilogy fans outraged after Warner Bros. reveals they wont pay for New Zealand dwarf actors to attend world premiere, blaming 'budget considerations' (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong police arrest foreign man suspected of killing 2 women (Fox News)

Farage faces police quiz over 'sex attack' slur on Tory MP by his alleged 'mistress' (Daily Mail)

Scientists try to predict number of US Ebola cases (Daily Mail)

ISIS kills hundreds of Iraq tribe (CNN)

Briton held over Hong Kong murders after bodies of two women found (Guardian)

Why Europe must offer lifeline (CNN)

See's Stock Doubles After Hong Kong Star Nicholas Tse Becomes Biggest Shareholder (Forbes)

Virgin crash probe 'may take a year' (BBC)

Ebola in the U.S.: How bad can it get? (CBS News)

Hong Kong Protesters Clean Amid Illness Fears (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Can a U.S. military Ebola treatment center slow Ebola in one hard-hit city? (Washington Post - Paywall)

Texas Ebola nurse reunited with dog (CNN)

Virgin Galactic co-pilot remembered as "respected, devoted colleague" (CBS News)

VIDEO: Virgin crash probe 'may take a year' (BBC)

Banker Held Over Murders of Hong Kong Women (NBC News)

Is Schuey losing his toughest race? An utterly devoted wife, her £100,000 per week battle to save her superstar F1 husband... and the tragic reality of his chances of ever recovering for that catastrophic ski crash (Daily Mail)

Virgin Galactic head rejects risk-taking claims (Financial Times - Paywall)

Sketching a path around the world (CNN)

Briton Questioned Over Hong Kong Murders (Sky News)

Fire on Disney World ride (CNN)

Burkina Faso unrest (CNN)

NYC Ebola patient Dr. Craig Spencer is improving, hospital says (CBS News)

SpaceShipTwo Crash Probe Could Take A Year: NTSB (NBC News)

Water not for sale': Ireland stands up against water tax, tens of thousands march in protest (PHOTOS, VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Pictured: Three teenage girls trick-or-treating tragically killed by speeding hit-and-run driver in California as police continue search for two men who fled the scene (Daily Mail)

Branson determined to find cause of Virgin spaceship crash, pilots identified (Reuters)

Bodies of Kansas plane crash victims recovered from wreckage (CBS News)

Four dead as crab boat capsizes (CNN)

For Obama and Xi, fight against Islamic State a brief moment to agree (Reuters)

Virgin crash investigation under way (BBC)

Federal investigators examine Virgin Galactic crash site (CBS News)

Injured Virgin Pilot 'Alert' After Fatal Crash (Sky News)

VIDEO: Thailand hosts world puppet festival (BBC)

Five dead in fire near Maine university (CBS News)

PETER HITCHENS: Why do refugees drown? Because liberals like Dave keep starting wars (Daily Mail)

ISIS Extremists Line Up and Execute 50: Iraqi Officials (NBC News)

Surviving pilot of deadly Virgin Galactic spaceship crash identified (CBS News)

Police reputation and morale at stake in Hong Kong protests (Reuters)

UN Ebola patient being treated in French hospital (Guardian)

Pilot Injured in SpaceShipTwo Crash 'Alert, Talking' (NBC News)

Officials: 50 Iraqis executed by ISIS in latest massacre (CBS News)

'Scared' But Willing: Doctor Heading to Africa to Fight Ebola (NBC News)

DNA tests confirm 3 dead in Mexico were US citizens, prosecutors say (Fox News)

The terrible burden faced by young survivors of Ebola (Guardian)

British banker arrested over double murder in Hong Kong (Guardian)

No ebola vaccine for Brit troops in Sierra Leone (Daily Star)

Briton accused of film-makers murder puts Irish police in dock (Guardian)

Ebola outbreak: Fresh call for Nato to lead fight against virus (Independent)

Ebola outbreak: Fresh call for Nato to lead the fight against virus (Independent)

Burkina Faso: Army declares power grab after resignation of President Blaise Compaor (Independent)

Why our Scouts cannot tie knots (Daily Express)

Entire villages disappeared': Ebola deaths in Sierra Leone underreported' (Russia Today)

Western aid is essential to prevent another Ebola outbreak, says thinktank (Guardian)

New York doctor with Ebola improves, nurse reunited with dog (Reuters)

Sierra Leone and Canada in Ebola row (ALJAZEERA)

Thousands protest against austerity in Athens (VIDEO, PHOTOS) (Russia Today)

VIDEO: Virgin rocket crash 'a massive setback' (BBC)

VIDEO: Virgin crash investigation begins (BBC)

Mexico: DNA Tests Confirm 3 Dead Were U.S. Citizens (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Global day for Kobani: Thousands march to support Kurds' fight against ISIS (Russia Today)

Burkina Faso opposition rejects army takeover (ALJAZEERA)

Shop owner killed protecting business (BBC)

Virgin Galactic Crash A 'Massive Setback' (Sky News)

New York, Paris Dubai. Why the desert mall is the height of couture (Guardian)

Richard Branson: Virgin Galactic Must Learn From Crash (NBC News)

Time for a 'new world order?' No, it's already here (Russia Today)

Why the Day of the Dead is not Halloween (PHOTOS) (Russia Today)

Foreign Bank of America Merrill Lynch banker linked to Hong Kong murders - source (Reuters)

NTSB Begins Its Investigation Of Virgin Galactic Crash (Forbes)

Moments before camera assistant on Gregg Allman film was killed by train (Daily Mail)

Four Dead After Boat Capsizes off California Coast (NBC News)

Burkina Faso: Uprising or military coup? (ALJAZEERA)

Army backs new Burkina Faso leader (BBC)

Ebola update (CNN)

Funeral Held for Soldier Killed in Quebec Car Attack (NBC News)

Richard Branson Slams 'Irresponsible' Reports After Virgin Galactic Tragedy (Huffington Post)

Ebola Turning Point: Realities And Ideals For On-The-Ground Testing (Forbes)

Branson vows to find out cause of deadly crash (CBS News)

Hong Kong Deaths: 'British Banker Arrested After Two Sex Workers Found Dead' (Huffington Post)

Mass protest against water charges (BBC)

Gunmen ambush police in northwest Kenya, at least 10 dead (Reuters)

Rays Consider Filing Tampering Charges Against Cubs (NBC News)

Burkina Fasos deposed president flees to Ivory Coast (Guardian)

Ebola appeal receives £4m in two days (BBC)

Mexico questions police after bodies of three missing Americans found (Guardian)

Military Backs an Interim President, but Burkina Faso Remains Unsettled (New York Times - Paywall)

Virgin Galactic crash: Branson casts doubt on future of spaceflight project as pilot killed in crash is named (Independent)

Virgin Galactic crash: Richard Branson casts doubt on future of spaceflight project as pilot killed in crash is named (Independent)

Kurdish peshmerga forces arrive in Kobani to bolster fight against Isis (Guardian)

Virgin Galactic crash was inevitable as the rocket was 'crude and unreliable' (Daily Mail)

Brit arrested in Hong Kong after two bodies discovered in apartment (Daily Star)

Funeral held for soldier killed in Quebec car attack (Reuters)

Ebola patient Craig Spencer's condition upgraded to 'stable' (Guardian)

At least 11 killed as Yemen troops battle al Qaeda in Hodeidah - local officials (Reuters)

Mexico questions police over killing of three U.S. siblings (Reuters)

Branson vows to push ahead after fatal rocket crash (Financial Times - Paywall)

Mother-of-five to be first person in world to run marathon in HIGH HEELS (Daily Mail)

French police clash with demonstrators over protester death (Reuters)

UK warns Britons to be vigilant abroad as ISIS threat grows (Russia Today)

British man held over murder of two women in Hong Kong (Independent)

British man, 29, held over murder of two women in Hong Kong (Independent)

Police arrest man, 38, after woman is found shot dead close to Arsenal FC's football ground (Daily Mail)

Branson Promises Answers on Spaceship Crash That Killed 1 (Time Magazine)

US bombs Isis positions in Syria and Iraq (Guardian)

Despite diplomatic spat with Moscow over Ukraine, Poles honor Red Army troops killed in WWII (Fox News)

Canadian Police Probe Allegations Against Radio Star (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Armed raiders kill at least 8 police in Kenya attack; 12 more are missing (Fox News)

Uprising could trigger Isis undoing, says study (Guardian)

Tributes paid to worker and customer killed in SP Fireworks factory explosion (Daily Mail)

Dallas nurse Nina Pham cleared of Ebola reunited with spaniel Bentley (Daily Mail)

Reeva Steenkamp's mother wants to ask Oscar Pistorius why he killed her daughter (Daily Mail)

Mormon women's rights campaigner loses appeal against excommunication (Guardian)

Ebola nurse reunited with quarantined dog (Daily Star)

ISIS militants shoot dead 85 tribesmen and women in Iraq (Daily Mail)

'We fight to avoid ISIS slavery' (CNN)

Youths clash with police after demonstration in western France honoring slain protester (Fox News)

Hunt on for driver after death crash (BBC)

Sloppy Smooches and Smiles: Ebola Nurse and Dog Reunite (NBC News)

Condition of NYC Doctor With Ebola Upgraded to Stable (NBC News)

Why space is still the future (CNN)

Dallas Nurse Who Beat Ebola Gets Her Dog Back (Time Magazine)

Burkina Faso's President Resigns, and General Takes Reins (New York Times - Paywall)

Officials Hold Briefing on SpaceShipTwo Crash (NBC News)

Burkina Faso Appoints New Transitional Leader (Time Magazine)

Lieutenant Colonel takes control in Burkina Faso (Financial Times - Paywall)

Happy reunion for Dallas Ebola nurse and dog after both complete quarantine (Guardian)

Twin Teens Killed In Halloween Hit And Run (Sky News)

Kenya police 'killed in ambush' (BBC)

Iraqi Kurdish Fighters Arrive in Syria Town Fighting ISIS (Time Magazine)

Britons face 'heightened threat' of attack from ISIS supporters (Daily Mail)

Men killed in fireworks blaze named (BBC)

Father shot dead as he closed his shop for the night (Daily Star)

Burkina Faso chaos: Military backs army officer's claim to power (Russia Today)

Woman shot dead metres from Arsenal's Emirates stadium just hours before match kick off (Daily Express)

DEC praises overwhelming British response to Ebola appeal (Guardian)

Burkina Faso: Third leader emerges in just 24 hours as country holds its breath (Independent)

Third Burkina Faso leader emerges in 24 hours as country holds its breath (Independent)

'New President' Of Burkina Faso Makes U-Turn (Sky News)

Military Rivals Vie for Power in Burkina Faso (NBC News)

Woman shot dead just metres from Arsenal football ground (Daily Star)

A day of too many dead in Mexico (Los Angeles Times)

Girls killed trick-or-treating (CNN)

Is the space tourism dream over after fatal Virgin crash? (Channel4)

GP receptionists to screen for Ebola (Daily Mail)

Twin sisters among three teenage girls killed in Halloween hit-and-run in US (Independent)

'We all miss him dearly' Families pay tribute to two men killed in fireworks factory blaze (Daily Star)

Richard Branson profile: The billionaire entrepreneur behind the Virgin Group empire (Independent)

Man dies following Holywood crash (BBC)

ISIS slaughters ex-police and army officers in Iraq report (Russia Today)

Boris Johnson Says British Rule Would Have Made The World Better (Huffington Post)

Explicit nude doodles that shook the world (CNN)

I Killed Wife So We Wouldn't Be Burden: Elderly Husband (NBC News)

No Canada visas for Ebola countries (BBC)

The New Irish Water Charges Look Excellent; So Why The Protests? (Forbes)

Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga 'enter Kobani' to join battle against Isis militants (Independent)

Gemma Hollings jailed after 'one of the worst' cases of domestic violence police have seen (Daily Mail)

Virgin Galactic crash: Richard Branson vows to persevere with space travel after test pilot's death (Independent)

Virgin Galactic crash: Branson vows to persevere with space travel after pilot's death (Independent)

Why are Ukraine separatist elections controversial? (BBC)

'We fell short' Emotional Richard Branson vows space mission WILL go on despite crash (Daily Express)

3 California girls killed in hit-and-run while trick-or-treating (CBS News)

Spacecraft crash and Woolf resigns - papers (BBC)

Why the riots in Delhi's Trilokpuri are significant (BBC)

One pilot dead as Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo rocket plane crashes (Guardian)

Are the paedophile allegations against Leon Brittan a sinister MI5 smear plot? (Daily Mail)

Canada stopping Ebola zone visas (CNN)

Quarantine lifted for Ebola nurse (CNN)

ISIS eyes using Ebola as bio weapon Spain (Russia Today)

Is that 'Kim Jong Un' in Hong Kong? (CNN)

U.N. expresses "deep outrage" at ISIS (CBS News)

Flipping iPhones in Hong Kong (CNN)

Ebola fear causes stigma against West Africans in U.S. (CBS News)

World Briefing: Somalia: Pirates Free Indian Sailors Held for 4 Years (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Canada: Killer of Mounties Sentenced to Life in Prison (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: China: Millions in Cash Found at an Official's Home (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Mexico: American Marine Is Released From Jail (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing | United Nations: Foreign Fighters Expand Terrorist Groups, Panel Says (New York Times - Paywall)

U.S. military to move closer to ISIS (CNN)

Canada restricts visas amid Ebola scare (CBS News)

Better Staffing Seen as Crucial to Ebola Treatment in Africa (New York Times - Paywall)

Open Source: Street-Level Views of the Protests in Burkina Faso (New York Times - Paywall)

Why should women change their names on getting married? (BBC)

Three U.S. citizens last seen with police in Mexico are found dead (Los Angeles Times)

General in power after Burkina Faso's president gives in, steps down (Los Angeles Times)

Paediatrician Raza Laskar admits sex offences against young boys (Daily Mail)

Ebola treatment center opens in Liberia (CBS News)

WorldViews: Why Scarlett Johansson's SodaStream is leaving the West Bank (Washington Post - Paywall)

Why did one of Africa's longest-serving rulers step down? (Los Angeles Times)

Younger people are more likely to survive Ebola than those over 45 (Daily Mail)

Will crash set back space tourism? (BBC)

Ebola heroes or infected patients? (CNN)

Helsinki Patient Cleared of Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hostages for fortunes: why governments still pay terror ransoms (Channel4)

More Than 13,500 People Infected With Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Inside Virgin Galactic's spaceship (CNN)

Virgin Galactic space rocket crash: Richard Branson's dream of space tourism suffers setback after Mojave crash kills test pilot (Independent)

Virgin Galactic space rocket crash: One pilot dead and another seriously injured after SpaceShipTwo suffers 'flight anomaly' (Independent)

Virgin Galactic space rocket crash: One pilot dead and one seriously injured after SpaceShipTwo suffers 'flight anomaly' (Independent)

Russia charges 'drunk' snowplough driver who caused plane crash that killed Christophe de Margerie (Daily Mail)

HSBC board member: slaves waited for the vote, so why can't Hong Kong? (Independent)

Burkina Faso: Dancing in the streets shortlived as President resigns (Independent)

Blaise Compaore, Burkina Faso's President, steps down after 27 years in power (Daily Mail)

HSBC's Laura Cha causes outrage in Hong Kong after US slaves comment (Daily Mail)

WorldViews: Hong Kong politician likens protesters to American slaves (Washington Post - Paywall)

Experience North Korea to promote trips despite border closure due to Ebola (Daily Mail)

Why clowns keep scaring us (CNN)

WorldViews: Burkina Faso's long-serving leader resigns and why it matters (Washington Post - Paywall)

Army chief takes charge in Burkina Faso after protests (Channel4)

WorldViews: North Korea's reaction to Ebola makes fears of a zombie apocalypse look rational (Washington Post - Paywall)

Who needs Halloween? The real world is scary enough (Channel4)

WorldViews: Chart: Asia is the most optimistic part of the world (Washington Post - Paywall)

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

Why Culture Could Beat Strategy In These Turbulent Times (Forbes)

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

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

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

An Android App That Could Help Fight Ebola (Forbes)

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

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

Airstrikes against Islamic State do not seen to have affected flow of fighters to Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

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

Burkina Faso 'Black Spring' protests: parliament set ablaze (Channel4)

In jail with ISIS (CNN)

Taiwan and Hong Kong: Told you so (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The war against Islamic State: The Kurdish Stalingrad (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

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

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

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

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

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

The campaign against Islamic State: Hard choices (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

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)

10 works of art that shocked the world (CNN)

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

Hong Kong protests: No exit (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)