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Monday, 3rd November 2014

World News

Domestic violence surveys help police stay in touch with victims (CBS News)

One World Trade Center opened for business (CBS News)

Police name main suspect in L.A. Halloween hit-and-run deaths (CBS News)

Teen siblings of Chicago ISIS suspect were arrested (CBS News)

U.S. Condemns Elections by Russia-Backed Separatists in Ukraine (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Women and children caught in ISIS slaughter (CNN)

Hong Kong Murder Suspect Involved in Disputed Trades (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

ISIS abducts and kills Sunni tribe (CNN)

U.S. Slams 'Sham' Ukraine Vote With Warning to Russia (NBC News)

Tutu-wearing thugs hunted by police for homophobic attack on passers-by outside Surbiton YMCA (Daily Mail)

Peshmerga, Syrian rebels battle Islamic State in besieged Kobani (Reuters)

India, Pakistan Hold Border Ceremony (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hooray! Nose Spray Ebola Vaccine Protects Monkeys (NBC News)

What Richard Branson Can Learn From the Virgin Galactic Tragedy (Time Magazine)

Soldiers Faulted in Deadly Crackdown During Ebola Protests in Liberia (New York Times - Paywall)

WorldViews: Why stealing corpses is big business in China (Washington Post - Paywall)

Richard Branson Clashes With Channel 4's Jon Snow Over Virgin Galactic Safety (Huffington Post)

Ukraine crisis deepens after rebel vote in east (Reuters)

Man dressed as Fox News reporter attacked on Halloween (CBS News)

Russia recognizes Ukraine separatists, provoking new sanctions threat (Los Angeles Times)

This Is the Best Post-Halloween Police Recap We've Seen (Time Magazine)

Ebola crisis highlights China's philanthropic shortfall (Reuters)

Afghan police sell arms to Taliban to feed families' as wages go unpaid for months report (Russia Today)

Is Tinder making you poor? Men spend £50 on every date but women only £24 (Daily Mail)

World Trade Center open for business (BBC)

Al-Qaeda-linked group threatens key Syrian border post held by U.S.-backed rebels (Washington Post - Paywall)

Day of the Dead world record attempt in Mexico City - video (Guardian)

Poroshenko issues warning over rebel-held elections in eastern Ukraine (Washington Post - Paywall)

Russia Says It Respects Ukraine Vote (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Virgin Galactic Descend System Deployed Early (Sky News)

HIV-positive women forcibly sterilized in Namibia, court finds (CBS News)

Teen Killed Man Who Refused to Buy Him Booze: Police (NBC News)

Nusra Front advances near Turkey border (ALJAZEERA)

Rising from the ashes: Amazing time-lapses of One World Trade Center construction (Russia Today)

Australian man shot by ISIS supporters (CBS News)

Australian man shot by ISIL supporters (CBS News)

Grisly murders stun Hong Kong (CNN)

Rurik Jutting's 'murdered prostitutes' moved to Hong Kong for 'a better life', say friends (Daily Mail)

Syrian al Qaeda fighters massing near Turkish border (CBS News)

Teen Accused of Bid to Join ISIS Remains in Custody (NBC News)

Police Hunt for Dachau Death Camp Thieves (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Man Arrested in Teens' Halloween Hit-And-Run Deaths (NBC News)

ISIS mass killings target Iraqi tribe (Fox News)

See 1 World Trade Center Go Up Year by Year (Time Magazine)

Hong Kong Students Plan Beijing Protest (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Moscow recognises Ukraine separatist vote (Financial Times - Paywall)

Man 'robs Subway' after low-fat sandwiches fail to make him lose weight (Daily Star)

German public: If the Brits don't like the EU, why don't they leave?' (Independent)

Piers Morgan gives ten reasons why Barack Obama deserves a shellacking in the midterm elections (Daily Mail)

British man Erol Incedal accused of targeting Tony Blair as part of Mumbai style terror plot (Daily Mail)

WHO chief: Ebola vaccine was never developed 'because it only affected poor African countries' (Independent)

New York State Aims for Sustainable Regulation Of Virtual Currencies (Forbes)

Wendy Sherman named acting deputy secretary of U.S. State Department (Reuters)

5th doctor in Sierra Leone dies from Ebola (CBS News)

Virgin Galactic crash: 'Dozens' of investors consider pulling out of space programme (Independent)

Fifth doctor in Sierra Leone dies of Ebola (Guardian)

Two teenage siblings were arrested with would-be Isis recruit at Chicago airport (Guardian)

Nurse, Maine Reach Ebola Quarantine Settlement (Time Magazine)

Welcome to Wan Chai: Hong Kong's dark heart where expats party with their 'Miss World' (Independent)

Ebola Cure Delayed by Drug Industry's Drive for Profit, W.H.O. Leader Says (New York Times - Paywall)

Emirates Ends FIFA World Cup Sponsorship (Sky News)

Hong Kong killing: The gruesome double murder case involving a British banker that is gripping residents of the former colony (Independent)

Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic 'ignored repeated warnings' (Daily Mail)

Mortar used in attack on police (BBC)

Baltimore mayor wants to stop police body camera bill (Russia Today)

Foes of Hong Kong democracy protests claim petition drive success (Los Angeles Times)

Tesco slash price of TVs across UK which share name of terror group ISIS (Daily Express)

Suspected Ebola case's negative test (BBC)

Faulty descent system may be behind Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo's fatal crash (Russia Today)

Open for business: One World Trade Center welcomes first ever tenants 17 years after 9/11 (Daily Express)

Ebola appeal raises £10m in 5 days (Russia Today)

Libyan navy ship sinking after clashes between army and ISIS in Benghazi port (Daily Mail)

Here's Why Taylor Swift Pulled Her Music From Spotify (Time Magazine)

Socialist win in state election shows Germanys relaxed attitude to East (Guardian)

Man in Fox News reporter Halloween costume assaulted in California (Russia Today)

VIDEO: World Trade Centre open for business (BBC)

Islamic State kills 36 more members of embattled Iraqi tribe (Reuters)

The Ohio State Marching Band's Tribute to Sci-Fi Is Out of This World (Time Magazine)

Richard Branson says we need to 'move forward' following Virgin Galactic disaster (Daily Mail)

Habitual speeder killed two women (BBC)

Art group removes Berlin Wall memorial in border protest (Guardian)

Man admits killing his mother, 76 (BBC)

Qatar 2022 World Cup likely to be held in WINTER (Daily Mail)

Briton remanded over Hong Kong deaths (BBC)

Muslim leader shot outside religious hall by suspected Isis supporters in Sydney (Independent)

Isis fighters barter over Yazidi girls on 'slave market day' - the shocking video (Independent)

Virgin chief: Risks are worth it (CNN)

Virgin Galactic spaceship WAS NOT destroyed by exploding fuel tank (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong murder accused left email reply referring to insane psychopath (Guardian)

WorldViews: British banker charged with grisly American Psycho' murders in Hong Kong (Washington Post - Paywall)

Police Fed reps in 'Plebgate' probe (BBC)

New York Ambassador Taylor Swift's World Tour Won't Stop in New York (Time Magazine)

Types of Americans Joining Islamic Extremists Vary Greatly, FBI Says (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

How ISIS brainwashes children (CNN)

Top politicians wore feminist T-shirts made by women making less than $1 an hour (Russia Today)

Islamic State seizes second gas field in Syria this week (Russia Today)

'Can one take 2 slave girls?' ISIS militants joke about selling Yazidi women (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Life under Islamic State in Iraq's Falluja: danger, rage and profit (Reuters)

Air Canada flight from Toronto to Hong Kong returns to Toronto (Fox News)

DON'T LOOK DOWN: Tightrope walker completes blindfolded & uphill world record stunt (Daily Star)

Man who drove small PLANE to pub and parked it outside is charged by police (Daily Express)

Virgin Galactic space plane's re-entry system activated early, say investigators (Guardian)

Virgin descent tool 'deployed early' (BBC)

British banker charged in Hong Kong double murder (Russia Today)

Who Is Alex From Target' and Why did the Internet Make Him Famous? (Time Magazine)

Firefighters forced to wear gas masks to rescue unwashed 25-stone man (Daily Mail)

Olive Kitteridge and Why Likability ? Is for Saps (Time Magazine)

Why Millennials are not cheap (CNN)

Wrexham man died on 20th birthday (BBC)

Man in Ukraine gives up waiting at restaurant and kills himself (Daily Mail)

1 World Trade Centre Opens For Business 13 Years After 9/11 (Huffington Post)

So Why Do People Vote? (Forbes)

Footage shows ISIS fighters attending slave girl market (Daily Mail)

World Trade Centre site back in business after September 11 with tallest building in the US (Independent)

Long lines in Ukraine vote (CNN)

This Map Will Show You Every Ebola Outbreak in History (Time Magazine)

U.S. targets Islamic State in 14 air strikes in Syria, Iraq - U.S. military (Reuters)

WorldViews: Map: The Africa without Ebola (Washington Post - Paywall)

Israel jails Arab citizen who fought for Islamic State (Reuters)

Virgin Galactic crash: Sir Richard Branson criticises 'self-proclaimed experts' for getting theories 'horribly wrong' (Independent)

Banker Charged Over Hong Kong Murders (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Jimmy White, snooker champion, reveals crack addiction 'cost him 10 world titles' (Daily Mail)

Iraq Plans ISIS Counter-Offensive With U.S. Help (Time Magazine)

Winter World Cup 2022 plan backed (BBC)

Key function of crashed Virgin spacecraft deployed early - investigators (Reuters)

Why attack India-Pakistan Wagah crossing? (BBC)

Islamic State militants practice abseiling from bridge in Iraqi city of Mosul (Daily Mail)

U.N.'s Ban warns against quarantining Ebola health workers (Reuters)

Pakistan-India border ceremony goes ahead after bombing (Guardian)

World Trade Center Reopens 13 Years On (Sky News)

TOWIE fan Tareena Shakil who fled Britain to join ISIS poses for a selfie (Daily Mail)

India, Pakistan lower flag at border ceremony day after deadly attack (Reuters)

Woman tests negative for Ebola in south London hospital (Guardian)

Why Iraqi army can't fight, despite $25 billion in U.S. aid, training (Los Angeles Times)

South Africa begins $2bn state sell-off (Financial Times - Paywall)

Singapore to Join Effort Against Islamic State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Spy agencies averted more deaths in Pakistan-India border bomb - sources (Reuters)

Why the Internet is broken (CNN)

Russia tells Ukraine to halt military offensive in wake of rebel elections (Guardian)

Poll: 71% Back Mandatory Quarantines for Ebola Health Workers (Time Magazine)

Police training college plan halted (BBC)

Richard Branson's biographer on how Virgin tycoon is scrabbling to save his reputation (Daily Mail)

Fifth doctor dies of Ebola in Sierra Leone (Los Angeles Times)

Dozens killed near Pakistan border (CNN)

Blindfolded man walks on tightrope (CNN)

Why 'Kim Jong Un' went to protest (CNN)

Ukraine Rebels Keep Power in Elections in Breakaway Regions (New York Times - Paywall)

VIDEO: Why wear a red poppy in November? (BBC)

Sally Jones and her children held when border police mistook her for a terrorist (Daily Mail)

'It looked distressed': Man who surfed WHALE in shark-infested waters explains himself (Daily Star)

Report Links China to Cyberattacks on Hong Kong Protestors (Time Magazine)

Ukraine Separatists Hold Elections (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Why Purpose-Driven Innovation Trumps All (Forbes)

Virgin Galactic Crash: What We Know So Far (Sky News)

Women More Likely To Drink A Bottle Of Wine Alone Than Men, Study Finds (Huffington Post)

Dozens killed in suicide blast at India-Pakistan border crossing (Daily Mail)

Pakistani police say death toll from suicide bombing at border with India rises to 60 (Fox News)

VIDEO: Lennox on tackling Ebola challenge (BBC)

Virgin Galactic crash: Slowing device 'could have caused crash' (Daily Express)

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

Hong Kong Murders: British Banker In Court (Sky News)

VIDEO: Man on dead whale circled by sharks (BBC)

Pakistanis in mourning after suicide bomber kills dozens on border with India video (Guardian)

Blast targets troops demolishing houses near Egypt-Gaza border (Fox News)

Self-confessed 'insane psychopath' British banker charged with grisly Hong Kong prostitute murders arrives in court (Daily Mail)

BREAKING: Woman being tested for Ebola in London hospital (Daily Star)

Patient tested for Ebola at London hospital over 'haemorrhagic fever' (Daily Mail)

Why Temple Mount crisis fuels unrest (CNN)

Virgin Galactic crash: SpaceShipTwo's 'feathering' descent system deployed early (Independent)

Op-Ed Contributor: Why Afghanistan Courts China (New York Times - Paywall)

BREAKING: Patient tested for Ebola at London hospital (Daily Express)

Rurik Jutting appears in Hong Kong court charged with murders (Guardian)

Critcs are raving about BBC1's The Missing and criminologist David Wilson reveals why (Daily Mail)

Middle aged women who do 30 minutes of exercise a day cut chance of breast cancer (Daily Mail)

Canada carries out its first airstrikes against Islamic State (Russia Today)

ISIS is coming': Shia man shot by IS supporters in Australia (Russia Today)

Thai tourist murder suspects accuse police of torture - lawyer (Reuters)

Australian Man Drives Plane Down Street To Pub, Orders A Pint Of Beer (Huffington Post)

Hong Kong Court Charges British Banker With Murder of 2 Women (New York Times - Paywall)

British Banker Appears in Hong Kong Court Accused of Killing Two Women (Time Magazine)

Why 130K Risked Life and Limb to Reach Europe This Year (NBC News)

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

Camilla's son Tom Parker Bowles urged to tell police about pupil 'abuse' (Daily Mail)

Second man shot in both legs in Northern Ireland in 24 hours (Independent)

Second man shot in the leg in Northern Ireland in 24 hours (Independent)

RNLI crew leads flotilla in tribute to victims of World War I Rohilla disaster (Daily Mail)

Rurik Jutting, British Banker, Appears In Hong Kong Court Over Women's Murders (Huffington Post)

Amid Ebola outbreak, Bill Gates pledges more money to fight malaria (CBS News)

Burden of caring for family takes toll on women in 50s (Daily Mail)

Sinosphere Blog: Programmers Deploy Cellphone Game to Support Hong Kong Protests (New York Times - Paywall)

77 arrested in Paris after rally into police brutality over man's death turns violent (Daily Mail)

Suicide bomb derails border ceremony (BBC)

VIDEO: Safety error' caused Virgin rocket crash (BBC)

Former Virgin Galactic test pilot reveals concerns over engine (Daily Mail)

Australian man drives plane through outback town to his local pub (Independent)

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

VIDEO: Mum pranks son by telling him he has EBOLA (Daily Star)

Virgin Galactic: 'We Did Not Ignore Safety Warnings' (Huffington Post)

Artist defends his work from sneers of Left-wing critic: Set designer says installation is powerful tribute to the vast loss of life in the First World War (Daily Mail)

'Healing cult with Ebola cure' accused of poisoning 10 people (Daily Mail)

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

Fraudster cut off finger and thumb for £1.2m insurance: Man caught out after using circular saw to remove digits but not injuring the rest of his hand (Daily Mail)

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

Ukraine Tensions Heightened By Rebel Vote (Sky News)

Joining In: Canada Drops 500-Pound Bombs on ISIS (NBC News)

Isis fighters capture second Syrian gas field in a week (Guardian)

Police say 3 people found dead near station in Swiss Alpine town, unclear what happened (Fox News)

Briton charged with two counts of murder in Hong Kong (Channel4)

British banker charged with killing two women in Hong Kong (Los Angeles Times)

Watch John Oliver Go to Town on State Legislatures (Time Magazine)

One World Trade Center Opens Its Doors (Time Magazine)

ISIS execute men, women and children in Iraqi village (Daily Mail)

British banker charged with murder of two women in Hong Kong (Reuters)

Hong Kong charges British banker with murders (ALJAZEERA)

Inside the incest cult: Secret police tapes reveal the creepy 'sexualised' relationship between matriarch Betty Colt and the 15-year-old she had with her own father (Daily Mail)

Rurik Jutting: British banker, 29, appears in court over Hong Kong murders (Independent)

Hong Kong murders: British banker Rurik Jutting allegedly described as an insane psychopath' in automated email response only days before murders (Independent)

Merkel's rebuff and the Hong Kong murders (BBC)

Second man shot in legs (BBC)

Hong Kong police charge British banker suspected of killing 2 women (Fox News)

Pilot action had role in Virgin Galactic crash (Financial Times - Paywall)

NTSB: Virgin Galactic Spacecraft Tail System Deployed Prematurely Before Crash (Forbes)

Virgin defends space safety record (BBC)

VIDEO: Guinea president on Ebola crisis (BBC)

Bomb kills 57 at Pakistan-India border (Financial Times - Paywall)

Why negative ads will endure (CNN)

I live off £5 a day, says beggar aged 14 who Miliband gave money to: Girl says Labour leader 'dropped 60 or 70p' in her cup and she was impressed as he was only man in a suit to stop (Daily Mail)

Dozens killed in Pakistan-India border blast (ALJAZEERA)

British man charged with murder (CNN)

Bodies found in Hong Kong apartment (CNN)

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

'Jeremy Meeks has competition': Handsome man arrested in Halloween attack draws instant parallels with THAT famous mugshot...So will HE now get a modeling contract? (Daily Mail)

Pakistan border bombing kills dozens (BBC)

Potential Ebola Patient Being Tested At Duke; Results Monday Morning (Forbes)

Iraqis Prepare ISIS Offensive, With U.S. Help (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong leads Michelin cuisine (CNN)

Suspected suicide bomber kills 45 on Pakistani-Indian border (Reuters)

Egyptian Journalists Protest Editors' Pledge Not to Criticize State (New York Times - Paywall)

EU condemns Ukraine rebel poll (BBC)

Hong Kong Police Arrest Briton After Bodies Found (New York Times - Paywall)

71 Percent Back Forced Quarantines for Ebola Workers, Poll Shows (NBC News)

Thousands of women 'risking their lives having buttock implant surgery abroad' (Daily Mail)

Rebel-Backed Elections to Cement Status Quo in Ukraine (New York Times - Paywall)

All in flares: Sarajevo fans set football field alight, clash with police (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Islamic State militants again massacre fellow Sunnis in Iraq (Los Angeles Times)

Cambridge high flier Rurik Jutting had an eye for Asian beauties and dined with a string of women in exclusive restaurants (Daily Mail)

Been and gone: Man who helped get Glastonbury Festival off the ground (BBC)

Canada drops its first bombs on Islamic State targets (Los Angeles Times)

Strip Qatar of the World Cup after latest al-Qaida funding scandal (Daily Star)

Why typos don't really matter (BBC)

Bob Geldof to release EBOLA AID charity single (Daily Star)

VIDEO: Briton charged after Hong Kong deaths (BBC)

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

The professional women who believe fairies guide them: You might think theyre crackers. But women like Bonny say fairies have enhanced their careers, health and happiness (Daily Mail)

Australian man rides dead whale as sharks feed on the rotting carcass - video (Guardian)

British banker charged after police find two bodies in his Hong Kong flat (Independent)

Hong Kong murders: Rurik Jutting charged after police find two bodies in his flat (Independent)

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

Canadian warplanes launch 1st airstrikes in Iraq as part of US-led campaign vs. Islamic State (Fox News)

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

ISIS mass executions of Sunni men, women and children continues (CBS News)

Ukraine separatists hold elections (BBC)

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

Russia recognises Ukraine separatist polls (ALJAZEERA)

Taliban Kills 55 In Border Crossing Attack (Sky News)

Shots fired at Burkina Faso state TV (BBC)

Islamic State militants murder 322 Iraqi tribe members in Anbar province (Guardian)

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

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

Paris rioters clash with police for a second day over protester's death (Independent)

Ukraine pro-Russia rebels hold elections in the east, fueling conflict (Washington Post - Paywall)

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

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

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

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

Man Utd: 10 games, 10 talking points (BBC)

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

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)

Protesting Iran's ban on women at volleyball games leads to jail term (Los Angeles Times)

Man Accidentally Shoots Himself in Leg at Bus Station (NBC News)

Suicide bombing along Pakistan's border with India kills dozens (Washington Post - Paywall)

Voting held in rebel regions of Ukraine (Financial Times - Paywall)

Bomber Kills At Least 50 Along Border In Pakistan (New York Times - Paywall)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Islamic State Recruiters Rattle Dutch Muslims (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

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

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

Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 45 at India-Pakistan Border (NBC News)

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: Branson should GIVE UP space flights, says rocket scientist (Daily Express)

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

Man held in pensioner murder probe (BBC)

Fifth bride lucky for ladies man Sean Bean? (Daily Express)

Pakistan: Suicide-bomber 'kills 45' in blast near Indian border (Independent)

Islamic State seeks crisis manager to save ailing oil revenues - report (Russia Today)

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

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

Australian supporter of Islamic State shares yet another sickening photo (Daily Mail)

"Mum thinks I'm an idiot" Man dived into shark infested waters and "surfed" on whale (Daily Star)

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

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

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)

Taliban suicide attack kills 45 on Pakistan-India border (Russia Today)

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

German President questions Left's credentials to run eastern state (Reuters)

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

ISIS kidnaps Albu Nimr tribesmen (CNN)

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

Why climate is economic issue (CNN)

Ebola 'increasing' in Sierra Leone (BBC)

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

100 arrested, 9 injured: Violent clashes in France after protester killed by police grenade' (PHOTOS, VIDEO) (Russia Today)

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)

Why volunteer training is key (CNN)

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

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

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

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)

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)

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

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

Gaza cut off: Israel closes border crossings indefinitely (Russia Today)

Elections Taking Place In Rebel-Held Ukraine (Sky News)

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

Sketching a path around the world (CNN)

Fire on Disney World ride (CNN)

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

VIDEO: Thailand hosts world puppet festival (BBC)

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

Ohio man held in North Korea hoped to aid church (Daily Mail)

62p AN HOUR: That's what the women sleeping 16 to a room get paid...to make Ed and Harriet's £45 'This Is What A Feminist Looks Like' T-shirts (Daily Mail)

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

U.S. Spies on Syria for Islamic State Data (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Clashes on Syrian Border Split Lebanese Town (New York Times - Paywall)

Rebel elections in Ukraine set to worsen tensions between Russia, West (Washington Post - Paywall)

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

Islamic State executes scores of fellow Sunni Muslims (Los Angeles Times)

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

Why space is still the future (CNN)

Kenya police 'killed in ambush' (BBC)

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

Explicit nude doodles that shook the world (CNN)

World's worst transit systems for women (CNN)

No Canada visas for Ebola countries (BBC)

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

Why are Ukraine separatist elections controversial? (BBC)

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

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

What Do Black Women Millionaires Do Differently? (Forbes)

Flipping iPhones in Hong Kong (CNN)

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)

Canada restricts visas amid Ebola scare (CBS News)

Ebola treatment center opens in Liberia (CBS News)

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

Ebola heroes or infected patients? (CNN)

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

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

Jeers for accused US police killer (BBC)

Why Don't More People Work As Programmers? (Forbes)

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

Stop Getting Matchmaking Wrong! Why Destiny, Call Of Duty, Battlefield Et Al Must Finally Learn To Play Fair (Forbes)

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)

US nurse Kaci Hickox breaks Ebola quarantine - video (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 the Ebola crisis TV appeal so significant? (Channel4)

The Most Useless Job Interview Question There Is And Why It Should Be Permanently Banished (Forbes)

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

Paralyzed man walks (CNN)

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

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

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

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

Police firearms: Weaponised (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Young voters: Let's set the world on fire (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)

The politics of Lebanon: The state that didn't fail yet (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)

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

VIDEO: Inside Virgin Galactic spaceship (BBC)