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Monday, 1st December 2014

World News

Hands-up gesture animates new round of Ferguson protests (CBS News)

Teen leader of Hong Kong protests going on hunger strike (CBS News)

Official: Police not the problem in Michael Brown case (CBS News)

Police rep: Ferguson unrest "not a problem with the police" (CBS News)

Obama to fund purchase of 50,000 police body cameras (Russia Today)

Dissident threat severe, police warn (BBC)

Children left in tears and fearing their presents won't be delivered after 'bad Santa' is taken away in a police van following Christmas parade (Daily Mail)

Ferguson Mom's Emotional Plea Stirs Commission (NBC News)

Body of newborn baby found in wheelie bin on waste land sparks police investigation (Daily Mail)

Obama Requests Millions for Police Body Cameras (NBC News)

One dead in attack on Kenya night club (ALJAZEERA)

New Google Glass using Intel chips set to go on sale next year (Daily Mail)

Sinosphere Blog: Q. and A.: James Leibold on Ethnic Policies in China (New York Times - Paywall)

North Korea refuses to deny claims that Sony cyber attack is retribution for upcoming Rogen/Franco comedy about attempted assassination of Kim Jong Un (Daily Mail)

New Challenges Emerge Amid Liberia's Gains Against Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Protesters blockade state-owned oil refinery in southern Mexico (Fox News)

Pilot killed in U.S. jet crash (CNN)

Sisters fight back (CNN)

Hong Kong court grants injunction after clashes between protesters and police (Washington Post - Paywall)

Nasa gives go-ahead for Orion capsule that could take man to Mars to blast off on Thursday (Daily Mail)

Did This Man Really Use an Olive Garden Pasta Pass to Feed the Homeless? (Time Magazine)

Are we losing the fight against Ebola? (CNN)

Britain Criticizes China for Blocking MPs' Hong Kong Trip (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Police shootings in U.S. 'out of hand' (CNN)

Hong Kong Police Alone as Protest Enforcers (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

CCTV shows fatal attack on Tug e Albayrak after she defended girls in Germany (Daily Mail)

Obama in police body-camera call (BBC)

Dead baby found in wheelie bin police appeal for help in locating mother (Daily Star)

Tom and Jerry cup used by Blackpool couple to store methadone that killed daughter (Daily Mail)

Isis: US-led coalition conducts 55 air strikes against targets in Syria and Iraq (Guardian)

Cameroon minister: 5-nation military force against Boko Haram to be operational within weeks (Fox News)

David Cameron steps into row over UK delegation's Hong Kong visit (Guardian)

St. Louis police blast Rams players for Ferguson gesture (CBS News)

Egyptian militants say killed American oil engineer (Reuters)

Ferguson Protestors Take Part in Walkouts Across Country (Time Magazine)

Indian father avenges daughter by torturing and killing the man he believes raped her (Daily Mail)

See the Nation #HandsUpWalkOut in Solidarity with Ferguson (Time Magazine)

Robert Pattinson Plays Guitar on 2013 Death Grips Track (Time Magazine)

Kathy Griffin to Replace the Late Joan Rivers as Host of Fashion Police (Time Magazine)

Sinkhole opens up on the road beneath car in China (Daily Mail)

Obama requests $75m for police body cameras (ALJAZEERA)

3rd teen held over hammer attack (CNN)

Maoist Rebels Kill 13 Members of a Police Force in India (New York Times - Paywall)

Officials: Militant attack in southern Yemen kills 4 soldiers, wounds 3 (Fox News)

Teesside thug with samurai sword threatened to 'kill all Poles' before slashing man (Daily Mail)

Scott Panetti execution: Activists in last-ditch bid to halt death of mentally ill killer in Texas (Independent)

Russell Brand joins London anti-eviction march against 'profit-greedy' US developer (Russia Today)

Obama reviews police weapons use (CNN)

Race Wars: Brit Star Wars actor hits back at racists after trailer backlash (Daily Star)

Egypt militant group allied with Isis claims it killed US oil worker in August (Guardian)

Commons to debate Hong Kong rebuff (BBC)

Russia accused of backing fresh offensive against Donetsk airport (Daily Mail)

Sierra Leone's Ebola efforts praised by WHO despite rising death toll (Guardian)

Hong Kong violence worsens as authorities seek to end pro-democracy demonstrations (Independent)

Palestinian Woman Attacked Israeli Man in West Bank (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong Protest Leaders Announce Hunger Strike (Time Magazine)

Trio charged over pitch invasion stunt during Tottenham's match against Partizan Belgradein (Daily Mail)

Parents of girl killed by methadone kept in Tom & Jerry child's cup jailed for eight years (Daily Express)

Racist Plymouth man Zack Collins who abused stranger was left with a fractured jaw after single punch (Daily Mail)

German's death sparks immigration debate (Financial Times - Paywall)

Graphic novel fans stage Back To The Future wedding complete with DeLorean car (Daily Mail)

Police investigate death of Pembrokeshire grandmother 'who took her own life' (Daily Mail)

Five men held on suspicion of terror offences after armed police stopped vehicle at Dover (Daily Mail)

ISIS Kills Iraqi Police in Border Attack (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Nurse who borrowed friend's baby to con man she had one-night stand with walks free (Daily Star)

Silvertown woman charged with stabbing pensioner Mike Pleasted to death (Daily Mail)

Ebola virus can remain live in men's sperm for up to three MONTHS, health experts warn as the death toll nears 7,000 (Daily Mail)

Lack of funds at World Food Program leaves 1.7 million Syrians without critical aid (Washington Post - Paywall)

Obama to Order More Oversight of Military Surplus Going to Local Police (Time Magazine)

Troops alerted to possible attack (CNN)

VIDEO: Is Sierra Leone losing against Ebola? (BBC)

Maoist rebels kill Indian police (BBC)

NFL Won't Discipline Rams Over Ferguson Gesture (NBC News)

Man killed by runaway car named (BBC)

Why This Evangelical Pastor Wants to Bring Back Advent (Time Magazine)

China Data Show More Weakness (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

US Air Force pilot killed when F-16 crashes in Middle East (Fox News)

Militants Attack Two Towns in Nigeria (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Jail for toddler drug death parents (BBC)

Chilling pictures shows thug brandishing SAMURAI sword moments before slashing man in back (Daily Express)

Farmer, 71, killed in cattle attack (BBC)

Air Force Pilot Killed in F-16 Crash Before ISIS Mission (NBC News)

Hong Kong protest leader Joshua Wong goes on hunger strike (Guardian)

Five held by anti-terror police (BBC)

Noel Fielding's bodyguard friend wins £108k from police who broke leg in arrest (Daily Mail)

Ipswich thug who smashed up police station banned from carrying BRICKS (Daily Mail)

Indian sisters filmed fighting back against harassers on bus in video (Daily Mail)

Maoist Attack Kills 13 in Central India (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

New dad critical in hospital from gang attack hours after birth of first child (Daily Star)

Militants attack two north Nigerian cities, fire on air force jet - witnesses (Reuters)

Hong Kong student leader shifts tactics, announces hunger strike (Los Angeles Times)

Occupy Wall Street volunteers defend Ferguson protesters in court (Russia Today)

Air Force Pilot Killed in Mideast F-16 Crash (NBC News)

Finland set to agree joint nuclear venture with Russian energy company (Guardian)

VIDEO: Bus assault victim: Why I fought back (BBC)

San Martin tourists test their strength against jet engine at airport (Daily Mail)

Cops demand Rams players who showed solidarity with Ferguson to be punished (Russia Today)

CAGED: 8 years for parents who killed baby Sophie storing drugs in her favourite beaker (Daily Star)

Ecologist Antony Wainwright fell to his death after suffering depression (Daily Mail)

Abu Musa al-Sumali killed fighting for ISIS in Iraq by Kurdish Peshmerga forces (Daily Mail)

Burmese suspects in Thai murder of British backpackers set to be charged (Guardian)

Vigilante 'Oath Keepers' Offering Free Security In Ferguson Told To Stand Down By St. Louis Police (Huffington Post)

Climate talks open as world heats up (BBC)

Italian man arrested after boasting of his ex-wife's murder' on Facebook (Guardian)

Hong Kong warns protesters not to return (Reuters)

'I wanted to shock people': Man explains why he decided to let anaconda EAT HIM (Daily Star)

Moldova set to press on with pro-Europe course after election (Reuters)

David Cameron: Beijing 'mistaken' to plan ban on British MPs from Hong Kong amid protests (Independent)

Indian sisters filmed fighting back against alleged harassers (Guardian)

HK protesters warned not to return (BBC)

Hug shared around the world (CNN)

U.S. police angered by NFL players' Ferguson gesture (CNN)

Hong Kong protest leader announces hunger strike (Los Angeles Times)

Harrowing footage of fatal attack on brave student who tried to stop harassment of women (Daily Express)

China's 'Snail Man' walks with portable home on his back for 3-day commute (Daily Mail)

World Food Program, Short on Money, Says It Will Suspend Aid to Syrians (New York Times - Paywall)

Dreamliner back in service days after lightning strike (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong Protesters, Despite Clashes and Setbacks, Remain Committed (New York Times - Paywall)

Man claims asylum after travelling to Britain from Calais perched on coach's GEAR BOX (Daily Express)

ISIS-Linked Group Says It Killed U.S. Oil Worker (NBC News)

Peaches Geldof's deserted country home appears untouched since her death (Daily Mail)

German video reveals fatal attack (BBC)

Parents of girl in China whose cancer has left her with facial tumour plead to end suffering (Daily Mail)

Prince Harry reveals his 'anxious' secret to mark World Aids Day (Daily Express)

Indian police killed by Maoist rebels (ALJAZEERA)

Hong Kong crackdown reveals China's fear of contagious rebellion (Guardian)

US couple acquitted over daughter's death still hopeful of leaving Qatar (Guardian)

Islamic State militants kill 15 Iraqi police near Syrian border (Los Angeles Times)

Woman sleeps in car and has passport taken in ban against females driving over Saudi border (Independent)

VIDEO: Watch hilarious moment man slaps HIMSELF to the floor then blames cop (Daily Star)

Video: Afghan police shoot down 'suicide bomb bird' carrying explosives (Independent)

Thousands march in Manila against military accord with imperialist' US (Russia Today)

Peaches Geldof's country home left untouched since her tragic death (Daily Express)

Sheffield girl finds knife in Poundstretcher toy set and puts it in her mouth (Daily Mail)

Football fan killed in clashes between Spanish 'ultras' in Madrid (Russia Today)

'Star Wars 7' Actor John Boyega Hits Back At Race Critics After #BlackStormtrooper Trends On Twitter: 'Get Used To It' (Huffington Post)

Israeli Wounded in West Bank Attack (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

No he's not gay Prince Harry reveals innermost secret for World AIDS day (Daily Star)

Ferguson fallout: Protests across U.S. (CNN)

Mubarak cleared: Now revolution dead (CNN)

PM Cameron to China: Hong Kong ban on MPs 'mistaken' (Reuters)

Palestinian girl attacks Israeli man (CNN)

Man jailed for life after abusing youngsters in his children's homes for decades (Daily Express)

Man stopped by police officer for walking down the street with his hands in his pocket while it was snowing (Independent)

Black man stopped by white police officer for walking down the street with his hands in his pocket while it was snowing (Independent)

Prince Harry's 'Secret' On World AIDS Day Is... (Huffington Post)

Maoist rebels kill 13 police in east Indian ambush (Reuters)

The experiment that proves sugar really is poison: Man who drank 10 cans of Coke a day for a month gains TWO STONE and sees his blood pressure soar (Daily Mail)

EXCLUSIVE - 'Madonna betrayed us over our daughter Mercy': Orphan's family attack pop diva over 'white foreigners' who take babies from Africa (Daily Mail)

China probes senior official from securities regulator for graft (Reuters)

Star Wars 7's John Boyega hits back at fans who say black Stormtrooper creates plot hole (Daily Mail)

David Cameron in row with China over BAN of MPs visiting Hong Kong (Daily Mail)

Double car attack 'attempted murder' (BBC)

Hong Kong protests have produced no real winners (Guardian)

Bristol man repeatedly stabbed his wife's new lover after she taunted him (Daily Mail)

60,000 killed annually: UK's misjudged air pollution highlighted in upcoming report (Russia Today)

VIDEO: Women fight back after bus attack (BBC)

Pro-Europe Parties Set to Control Moldova Parliament, Early Tally Shows (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong protesters clash with police outside government HQ (Daily Mail)

Palestinian woman shot after knife attack (ALJAZEERA)

Clashes at Hong Kong government HQ (BBC)

World AIDS Day: The History of a Virus in 7 Stories (Time Magazine)

Experts open high-tech search in Irish bogland for grave of Belfast man killed by IRA in 1972 (Fox News)

Fatal fire man named by police (BBC)

China jails Tibetan singer over political lyrics (Guardian)

Senior female police officer to leave (BBC)

Prince Harry set to reveal secret as part of World Aids Day (Daily Mail)

Teachers' Strikes Spread Across Northeast China (New York Times - Paywall)

World Cup bids: 'Picasso painting offered as kickback' (CNN)

China slowdown: Good for others? (CNN)

Hong Kong authorities warn demonstrators: we will take 'resolute action' video (Guardian)

Hull man poisoned mother of his two children at family party in 'revenge' act (Daily Mail)

Police say 13 paramilitary troops killed in Maoist attack in central India (Fox News)

Violence Flares in Hong Kong as Protests Reignite (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Protesters, police clash in Hong Kong (CNN)

Swansea siege man pleads guilty (BBC)

More than 1,200 Iraqis killed in November by acts of terrorism and violence (Fox News)

Video showing 2 young women hitting back after being harassed on a bus makes waves in India (Fox News)

Crisp winter sunshine marks the beginning of winter with temperatures set to plummet to -2C in the first week of December but forecasters warn it'll be wet and windy before Christmas (Daily Mail)

China Says British Lawmakers Would Be Barred From Hong Kong (New York Times - Paywall)

MPs demand urgent Hong Kong debate after China BANS British inquiry visit (Daily Express)

Cyber Monday: Anonymous calls for boycott of sales and attacks on retailers in Ferguson protest (Independent)

Egyptian militant group loyal to ISIS claims it killed American oil worker (Fox News)

Afghanistan Attack Kills at Least Nine (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Art world left divided over collection recued from Marylebone blaze (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong police clash with pro-democracy protesters in pictures (Guardian)

Sinosphere Blog: The Scene as Police Sent Protesters Fleeing in Hong Kong (New York Times - Paywall)

Over 50 missing, 1 killed as Korean ship sinks off Russia's Chukotka (Russia Today)

Crying boy's hug with police officer becomes one of the most shared images of Ferguson protests (Independent)

World Aids Day 2014: Gay dating app helps spread AIDS awareness in China (Independent)

Plebgate police officer says he'd 'do it again tomorrow' (Daily Mail)

Drugged driver Floyd Mangove killed Paige Jackson and her unborn child (Daily Mail)

Egypt Militant Group Says it Killed U.S. Oil Worker (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Tu e Albayrak: Germans pay tribute to student killed trying to help harassed girls (Guardian)

Indian presenter Gauahar Khan slapped live on air by man from the audience for wearing revealing clothes (Independent)

Man hammered to death on U.S. street (CNN)

Egypt Militant Group Says It Killed U.S. Oil Worker (Time Magazine)

Police investigate runaway car death (BBC)

China Denies Hong Kong Visas to British Parliament Members (New York Times - Paywall)

Indian sisters fight back against sexual harassment by beating alleged attackers with a belt (Independent)

Baby pandas play before some rough and tumble at Zhejiang, China zoo (Daily Mail)

Sarkozy back in UMP driving seat (Financial Times - Paywall)

World AIDS Days: Cut Gay Blood Ban to Three Months (Huffington Post)

Residents of Nigerian town flee suspected extremist attack (Fox News)

Half of crime commissioners are accused of misconduct: Parliamentary committee set to investigate allegations against 23 of the 41 elected officials (Daily Mail)

Ferguson shooting: Police criticise 'hands up don't shoot' gesture displayed by NFL players (Independent)

St Louis Rams: Police demand apology over Michael Brown protests and warn NFL team Ferguson 'thugs' don't buy advertisers' products (Independent)

Search of remote Irish bog set to begin in hunt for Joe Lynskey's body (Daily Mail)

China refuses to let British MPs visit Hong Kong (Reuters)

Clubs 'fighting' against fan trouble (BBC)

WorldViews: In 2004, I met an Afghan girl sold into an abusive marriage at age 9. This month, I set out to find her. (Washington Post - Paywall)

Renewed clashes in Hong Kong close government HQ - video (Channel4)

Packers hold back Patriots 26-21 (CBS News)

The heroic moment Noah the German Shepherd ran away to die after taking a bullet to protect a carload of children from gunman in horrific road rage attack (Daily Mail)

World Aids Day 2014: Campaigners say world has reached 'beginning of end' of Aids pandemic (Independent)

11/30: Heavy rain expected to move up West Coast; Hug of officer at Portlands Ferguson protest goes viral (CBS News)

#FeelNoShame Prince Harry Is Set To Reveal A Big Secret On World Aids Day. (Huffington Post)

China jails Tibetan singer for political tone (ALJAZEERA)

Hong Kong police drive out pro-democracy protesters in violent clashes (Guardian)

Prince Harry set to return to Army Air Corps to prepare for flying helicopters again (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong Demonstrators Clash With Police As They Vow To 'Escalate' (Huffington Post)

£7,000-a-second cyber stampede: After Black Friday's mayhem, get set for an online sales frenzy today. But will websites be able to cope? (Daily Mail)

#BlackStormtrooper actor strikes back (CNN)

Paper publishes video of deadly attack on student that shocks Germany, calls on witnesses (Fox News)

Hong Kong protesters clash with police in new round of protests (CBS News)

Hong Kong government forced to temporarily close as police clash with protesters (Independent)

Hong Kong government headquarters forced to temporarily close as police clash with protesters (Independent)

A different kind of bird strike: Afghan police discover explosives inside animal after shooting it dead when they found antenna sticking out of it (Daily Mail)

Police Group Blasts Rams 'Hands Up' Ferguson Tribute (NBC News)

VIDEO: Charlize Theron on World Aids Day (BBC)

Explosions, gunfire in suspected extremist attack in Nigerian state's capital (Fox News)

Five St. Louis Rams' players take to the field with arms raised in 'hands up, don't shot' gesture as show of solidarity with Ferguson protesters (Daily Mail)

US envoy Hart due back in Belfast (BBC)

UK temperatures set to plummet below freezing after mild weekend (Daily Mail)

Man to Donate $14-Million Vegas Winnings to Charity (NBC News)

Prosecutors to appeal Mubarak ruling (CNN)

Dozens arrested after Hong Kong protesters clash with police (Fox News)

Taiwan Ruling Party's Defeat Set to Weaken China Ties (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hong Kong Protests Reach Violent High as Students Clash with Police Overnight (Time Magazine)

Court Absolves U.S. Couple in Child's Death (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ferguson Activists Call for National Rally Monday (NBC News)

Sinosphere Blog: Conservationists Continue Push to Block Hong Kong Ivory Sales (New York Times - Paywall)

2014 set to be hottest year ever (CNN)

China investigates senior Xinjiang security official for graft (Reuters)

Death toll raised to 4 in Taliban attack on aid group (Los Angeles Times)

World Briefing: Egypt: Islamic State Allies Say They Killed an American Worker (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Ukraine: Russian Convoy Moves Across Border With Mystery Cargo (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Nigeria: Mosque Attack's Toll Rises (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Colombia: Rebels Free General (New York Times - Paywall)

Sinosphere Blog: China Drafts Its First Domestic Violence Law, but Rights Advocates Say It Falls Short (New York Times - Paywall)

Hong Kong Protesters Defy Police Order to Retreat (NBC News)

Florida Woman Found Dead With Arrows in Head: Police (NBC News)

Kids Rescued From Burning Car While Mom Shopped: Police (NBC News)

Bob Geldof's Charity Song Against Ebola Lasts Only One Week in U.K. Chart (Time Magazine)

China: 15 dead after knife, bomb attack (CNN)

Memo From Germany: Straining to Make Room for Refugees as the War in Syria Floods the World (New York Times - Paywall)

One woman's fight against Ebola (BBC)

Thousands of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters clash with police as they step up move for reforms (Daily Mail)

China manufacturing measure falls to 6-month low in new sign of economic slowdown (Fox News)

Rights Groups Denouce Mubarak Ruling (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

St. Louis Man Beaten to Death With Hammers: Cops (NBC News)

Rams players show apparent solidarity with Ferguson (CBS News)

World Aids Day: Overcoming fear of taking ARVs (BBC)

Australian prime minister defends government against mounting criticism, saying it's achieving (Fox News)

Hong Kong Police Turn Back Siege on Government (New York Times - Paywall)

Pakistani Women on Front Lines of Fight Against Polio (NBC News)

VIDEO: Man escapes as sinkhole swallows car (BBC)

Twitter hits back at GOP staffer who called Sasha and Malia Obama 'classless' with pictures of Jenna Bush and the sarcastic hash tag #classy (Daily Mail)

At last, a police probe into Liverpool Care Pathway death (Daily Mail)

Friends and Family Remember Paul Walker on 1st Anniversary of His Death (Time Magazine)

The man whose ashes are scattered in more than 100 countries (BBC)

Lionel Richie to play Glastonbury: All Night Long singer set to play famed Sunday teatime slot at the festival (Daily Mail)

Fury as mentally ill girl, 16, is kept in police cell for two nights: Nursing chief attacks 'unacceptable and appalling' treatment of teenager (Daily Mail)

The man changing remittances (BBC)

Kabul police chief quits after attack that group says killed three staff (Reuters)

Man faces murder trial after shooting 17-year-old exchange student in garage (Independent)

Ferguson shooting officer quits (BBC)

Ice day for snow Brits set to shiver as freezing winter rolls in (Daily Star)

Milestone' reached in fight against Aids (Financial Times - Paywall)

ONE MILLION Poles set to hit Britain's shores (Daily Express)

VIDEO: Fresh clashes in Hong Kong protest (BBC)

Muslim Brotherhood leaders jailed for insulting court a day after Mubarak verdict (Reuters)

Protestors and police spar (CNN)

Cricket umpire killed in freak accident (CNN)

Ferguson cop who shot teen to resign (CNN)

Hong Kong protesters and police face off as violent exchanges continue (Guardian)

Mother who gave student class A drug the day before she killed herself avoids prison (Daily Mail)

Body of Missing Ohio State Player Found, Police Say (NBC News)

Hotly-anticipated Annie remake one of at least five movies leaked online weeks before release after 'North Korean cyber attack on Sony Pictures' (Daily Mail)

Swansea husband killed and wife in hospital after they were run over by own car (Daily Mail)

Mexico releases 11 protesters from prison after international outcry (Los Angeles Times)

The bank teller will see you now... on video: Barclays set to launch 'Skype-style' service that will allow customers to speak face-to-face with call centre staff (Daily Mail)

Darren Wilson resigned without severance pay from Ferguson police force 'because of threats to his colleagues' as city's mayor vows to recruit more minorities (Daily Mail)

Egyptian President Won't Pursue Action Against Mubarak (New York Times - Paywall)

Mubarak verdict fuels protests, mockery in Egypt (Reuters)

Max Rayne Hand in Hand school: Arsonists attack Jerusalem school where Jews and Muslims learn side by side (Independent)

Ferguson Cop Darren Wilson Resigned After Hearing Credible Threats' (Time Magazine)

Northern Ireland set for £41m boost (BBC)

U.S. couple stuck in Qatar after acquittal on charges linked to daughter's death (Washington Post - Paywall)

L.A. couple stuck in Qatar after being cleared in daughter's death (Los Angeles Times)

Ferguson Mayor: No Severance Package for Darren Wilson (Time Magazine)

Students Surround Hong Kong Government (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Kerry calls on Qatar to allow US couple to leave after being cleared of child's death (Guardian)

Ferguson demonstrators set fire to American flag outside police department (Daily Mail)

Afghan Fires His Cabinet; Police Chief Offers to Quit (New York Times - Paywall)

Rams Players Put 'Hands Up' in Honor of Ferguson (NBC News)

Pensioner who jets around world for fun racks up 3m miles with Qantas Airways (Daily Mail)

New York airport authorities investigate bomb threat against transatlantic flight (Guardian)

World Cup Bribery Allegations Continue With Explosive Sunday Times Dossier (Huffington Post)

ACLU: Baltimore police use "invasive" surveillance technology (CBS News)

Blast in eastern Kenya wounds one - police (Reuters)

Kabul police chief quits after South African family dies in Taliban attack (Reuters)

China refuses to let British lawmakers visit Hong Kong (Reuters)

Back to basics for Eubank Jr (BBC)

Swiss voters 'reject bid to set limits on immigration' in national referendum (Daily Mail)

Hong Kong police pepper spray protesters as hundreds try to surround govt office (Russia Today)

Hong Kong: clashes escalate between pro-democracy protesters and police (Guardian)

Ebola death toll 7,000 as World Health Organisation misses targets to contain disease (Daily Mail)

Ridley Scott's Exodus praised for set pieces but 'falls flat' on acting (Daily Mail)

Runaway car traps and kills man (BBC)

German Shepherd Noah dies protecting children from Atlanta gunman in road rage attack (Daily Mail)

British MPs banned from Hong Kong visit (Financial Times - Paywall)

Protests erupt in Egypt after Hosni Mubarak charges dropped (Guardian)

Motorists who fail 'walk the line' drink drive test to be shamed on Twitter by police in run up to Christmas (Daily Mail)

David Mellor quizzed by police over racist tirade at security guards at his flat (Daily Mail)

UK MPs barred entry to Hong Kong (BBC)

Moldova goes to the polls: Pro-EU parties square off against pro-Russian socialists (Russia Today)

Watch #OccupyHK protesters clash with police - video (Channel4)

Two dead as Egypt protests after Hosni Mubarak is cleared of Arab Spring charges (Daily Mail)

German president mulls medal for woman killed after defending others (Fox News)

Bristol woman fighting for life after being hit by police car (Daily Mail)

Sony's New Movies Leak Online Following Hack Attack (NBC News)

Ferguson, Missouri: Darren Wilson resignation not enough, say protesters - video (Guardian)

Police to name and shame drink-drivers on Twitter in bid to cut Christmas accidents (Daily Express)

Kabul police boss quits amid attacks (BBC)

Questions and answers on Egypt's future after judge dismisses murder case against Mubarak (Fox News)

Wallabies's David Pocock arrested after protest against coal mine in NSW (Daily Mail)

Russians protest against health cuts (BBC)

UK politicians refused entry to Hong Kong (Guardian)

Brown bears, other wildlife back in radiation-exposed Chernobyl zone (Russia Today)

Police anger as NHS bed shortages force sectioned 16-year-old girl to spend 2 days in cell (Daily Express)

Egyptian Judges Drop All Charges Against Mubarak (New York Times - Paywall)

Diplomatic clash as China bans British MPs from Hong Kong (Independent)

China warns British MPs they will be denied entry to Hong Kong (Independent)

Diplomatic clash as China bans senior British MPs from Hong Kong (Independent)

Kabul police chief resigns after 3 foreigners killed in latest attack (Fox News)

Qatar Frees U.S. Couple In Death of Daughter (New York Times - Paywall)

Four killed in guesthouse suicide attack in Kabul as police chief resigns amid rises in deadly violence (Independent)

Pope brands ISIS violence in Syria, Iraq grave sin against God' (Russia Today)

Sinkhole swallows car in China - video (Guardian)

Mentally ill girl kept in police cell for two days because NHS had no beds (Daily Mail)

Qatar court overturns conviction of U.S. parents in death of adopted girl (Reuters)

Majority of voters in Switzerland deciding against drastic immigration cuts in referendum (Independent)

Hong Kong protesters face off with police (Fox News)

Egypt students protest over Mubarak verdict (ALJAZEERA)

#TIMEPOY: Ferguson protesters lead TIME's Person of the Year poll (Russia Today)

40 fighters killed in Kobani (CNN)

Why ISIS is spreading in Muslim world (CNN)

Egyptian anti-Mubarak verdict protesters tear-gassed by police (Independent)

South African aid chief and his children killed in attack on Kabul guesthouse (Daily Mail)

Why Ferguson touched raw nerve (CNN)

Man suffering from dementia steals hearse with body still inside it in Australia (Independent)

#DontShootPDX: 10 arrests, flash bangs in Portland at Ferguson support rally (Russia Today)

Teenager killed after car hits tree (BBC)

Hostility in the air after Boko Haram attack (BBC)

Political Economy: Cameron Pulls Back From the Brink (New York Times - Paywall)

Juice Rap News: The New World Order (Russia Today)

Taliban Attack Kabul Guesthouse (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Stunning reversal as Mubarak cleared (CNN)

Man struck on Indiana highway saved by state trooper (CBS News)

11/29: Officer Darren Wilson resigns, as tensions remain high in Ferguson; Reporters Notebook: On the ground in Ferguson (CBS News)

Egyptian judge clears Hosni Mubarak in deaths of protesters (Los Angeles Times)

VIDEO: Student killed after defending women (BBC)

Activists: ISIS launches attack on Kobani from Turkey (CBS News)

Hong Kong demonstrators turn to strolling for democracy (Los Angeles Times)

Nicolas Sarkozy is back as leader of France's main opposition party (Russia Today)

VIDEO: Violence flares after Mubarak cleared (BBC)

Open Source: Egyptian Activists Protest Mubarak Verdict Online and Outside in a Sealed Tahrir Square (New York Times - Paywall)

Egypt anger as Mubarak cleared (BBC)

Toll in Nigeria mosque attack soars to more than 100 (CBS News)

Cairo court drops case against Mubarak for protester deaths (Washington Post - Paywall)

Pope visits Turkey, urges solidarity against Islamic terror (CBS News)

Egypt court drops charges against former president Mubarak (CBS News)

VIDEO: Debris shows force of Kano attack (BBC)

Egyptian court dismisses murder charges against Hosni Mubarak (CBS News)

The man who survived an Islamic State massacre (Channel4)

Air strikes against IS 'not working' - is it true? (Channel4)

What does Hosni Mubarak acquittal mean for Egypt? (Channel4)

At least 120 killed in Nigeria attack (CNN)

China turns to drastic measures to avoid water crisis (CBS News)

World still learning from Ethiopia famine (BBC)

At least 81 people killed in Nigerian mosque attack; Boko Haram militants suspected (Washington Post - Paywall)

U.N. torture panel: Ferguson 'tragedy' (CNN)

#PutOutYourBats: mourning the death of Phillip Hughes (Channel4)

Afrika Bambaataa: Ferguson problems are global (Channel4)

World farewells novelist P.D. James (CNN)

Police tortured our sons, families say (CNN)

Banks bringing back the branch? (CNN)

Ferguson protest spreads to London (CNN)

British and Afghan worker killed in embassy attack in Kabul (Channel4)

Marrying for mom: Being gay in China (CNN)

The Sober Truth: Investigating the death of Karla Mendez Brada (CBS News)

'Sick to my stomach': celeb responses to Ferguson - video (Channel4)

In pictures: Ferguson riots aftermath (BBC)

In pictures: Ruling sparks rioting in US town of Ferguson (BBC)

China building 'airstrip' island? (CNN)

Hong Kong politics: Clearing up (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Banyan: Ashraf Ghani against the chaos (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The war against Islamic State: Gaining more foes than friends (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Keystone XL: Back in the pipeline (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Fossil-hunting: Bone China (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

China and Japan: Out of the deep freeze (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Foreign policy: Showing off to the world (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

How Victorians dressed for death (CNN)

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

Height discrimination: The rise of China (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Police firearms: Weaponised (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

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

10 works of art that shocked the world (CNN)

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

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)