Tuesday, 25th August 2015

World News

VIDEO: Penguin picked up by Peruvian police (BBC)

WW2-Era Tank Crushes Man to Death at Jelly Belly Family Reunion (Time Magazine)

China 2015: beware the links with 1929 (Guardian)

Rights Activists in Iran Ask Americans to Back Nuclear Deal (New York Times - Paywall)

U.S. Stocks Tumble At Close After Earlier Rebound; China Rate Cut Fails to Calm Nerves (Newsweek Magazine)

Stock Market Rebound Falls Apart as Indexes Reverse Early Gains (New York Times - Paywall)

US markets down at closing bell after midday rally as China woes continue live updates (Guardian)

White House Fence Jumper Killed in Pennsylvania Courthouse Attack (Time Magazine)

Iran diplomat: No plan to swap detained U.S. reporter (CBS News)

Storm expected to ease on NSW south coast but flood warnings remain (Guardian)

2 workers for Doctors Without Borders killed in South Sudan (CBS News)

Topless women in Times Square -- and one man (CNN)

Europe shrugs off Chinese woes (BBC)

DA: Man shot in PA courthouse appears to be White House fence jumper (CBS News)

China cuts rates to boost economy (BBC)

Dentist gives once-homeless man "million-dollar smile" (CBS News)

World Briefing: Israel Begins Releasing African Migrants From Detention Center (New York Times - Paywall)

IndyCar driver dies after race crash (CNN)

Yobs hunted over sick seagull stamp attack (Daily Star)

This Man Found Out the Hard Way that You Can't Copyright a Chicken Sandwich (Time Magazine)

Islamic State accused of using mustard gas in Syria attack (Washington Post - Paywall)

Prosecutor: Train Gunman Watched Jihadist Video Before Attack (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Black Monday: Beijing reels as a nation of market speculators counts the cost (Independent)

ESPN Drops Curt Schilling From Little League World Series Broadcasts for Nazi Meme (Newsweek Magazine)

Saudi Arabia Executes One Person Every Other Day, According To Amnesty Report (Huffington Post)

Man who scaled White House fence shot dead by police in Philadelphia courtroom (Independent)

Man who pushed cyclist into path of traffic turns himself in to police (Guardian)

VIDEO: On the train tracks into Europe (BBC)

Train suspect armed for massacre (CNN)

Doctors Without Borders: Syrians Likely Exposed to Chemical Agents In Mortar Attack (Newsweek Magazine)

Black Monday: Shares rally around the world after China's central bank slashes lending rate (Independent)

Train suspect watched jihadi video, French prosecutor says (CBS News)

Texas court halts planned execution of Nicaraguan man convicted of murder (Guardian)

Finger pointing in Argentina after police break up protests (Fox News)

Watch These Brutal NASA Crash Tests and Landing Fails (NBC News)

Finger pointing in Argentina after riot police break up protests with tear gas, rubber bullets (Fox News)

French Train Attack Suspect Viewed Jihadist Video, Official Says (New York Times - Paywall)

Asia's richest man Wang Jianlin heads list of big losers in China crash (Guardian)

Harvey Proctor Attacks Police Over 'Homosexual Witchhunt', Calls For Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe To Resign (Huffington Post)

Ghana man joins Islamic State, family says (Reuters)

Iran Pushes Back on Nuclear Disclosure (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

U.S. stocks rebound after punishing day, but China's market slides again (Washington Post - Paywall)

Three killed and two police wounded in French Gypsy camp shootout (Guardian)

Four Britons killed in Quebec crash (BBC)

China turmoil boosts UK's allure (Financial Times - Paywall)

Turkey-Kurdish conflict: PKK leader calls on armed followers not to attack security forces (Independent)

Terror suspect played jihad tape on train (Financial Times - Paywall)

Prominent Iranians launch campaign calling on Congress not to kill Iran deal (Guardian)

UN Security Council says will 'act immediately' if South Sudan leader doesn't sign peace deal (Fox News)

Deal Between North and South Korea Defies Their Mutual Disdain (New York Times - Paywall)

French prosecutor says train gunman had terrorist intent' (Reuters)

France train attack 'was well prepared' (BBC)

Stock Collapse: The Chinese Have Opened a Can of Worms (Newsweek Magazine)

3 reported dead, 2 French police wounded in shooting at Roma camp in northern France (Fox News)

Kansas Man Accused of Using Dog as Weapon (NBC News)

China state-owned arms firm sold $20 million in weapons to South Sudan during conflict (Fox News)

Fifa crisis: Sepp Blatter 'not ruled out' as cops prove over 100 suspected World Cup bungs (Daily Star)

Three shot dead in French travellers' camp - police (Reuters)

Floods slow air crash searches (BBC)

Police investigate extortions, possible suicides in Ashley Madison hack (CBS News)

Wine train apologizes to women who were kicked off (CBS News)

UN nuclear chief: Iran has provided 'substantive volume' of info on alleged atomic arms work (Fox News)

Calm Down About China (Newsweek Magazine)

France train gunman said to have watched extremist video before attack (Guardian)

Israel Foils Terror Attack on Josephs Tomb (Newsweek Magazine)

South African economy contracts sharply (Financial Times - Paywall)

U-Turn: Stocks Skyrocket as Market Swings Continue (NBC News)

Mugabe banks on China for Zimbabwe's economic revival (Reuters)

France opens terrorism investigation after thwarted train attack (Los Angeles Times)

Unbelievable moment man walks BAREFOOT to stop MOTORWAY traffic after getting flat tyre (Daily Express)

South Sudan soldiers raped children, burned people alive - U.N. experts (Reuters)

Protesters kill police with spears (CNN)

Suspect in France train shooting watched jihadi video prior to attack, French authorities say (Fox News)

I choose peace': voices from Iran call for a nuclear deal - video (Guardian)

Li's future questioned amid China turmoil (Financial Times - Paywall)

Truck roof torn off by low bridge near Boston video (Guardian)

Train Attack Suspect's Robbery Claim Is 'Fantasy': Prosecutor (NBC News)

China financial crisis: the key questions (Channel4)

Glasgow bin lorry crash teen tells how she's back on the ball (Daily Star)

International Red Cross pulls 14 foreign staff out of offices in Yemen following attack (Fox News)

Paris Prosecutors Office Opens Terror Investigation After Train Attack (Newsweek Magazine)

Images of cloaked figure who 'dropped raw meat' prompt police investigation (Guardian)

U.N.: We need cash to watch Iran (CNN)

Six ways China has tried to remedy economic slowdown and shares slide (Guardian)

Sacramento plans parade for Americans heroes in Europes train attack (CBS News)

France train attack: American-French citizen was shot trying to tackle gunman (Guardian)

Jimmy Kimmel Texted His Niece About the One Direction Break (Time Magazine)

Doctors Without Borders says 2 local aid workers are killed in attacks on South Sudan villages (Fox News)

GALLERY: Tourist's Instagram photos reveal rare glimpse into everyday life in North Korea (Daily Express)

Details emerge on fourth American train attack hero (CBS News)

Accused train gunman watched jihadi video before attack, prosecutor says (Fox News)

BREAKING: France shooting suspect 'watched jihadi video' minutes before train attack (Daily Express)

Official: South Sudan president may sign peace deal with his political rival (Fox News)

China's News Media Largely Silent Amid Market Losses (New York Times - Paywall)

Shoreham air crash: final death toll likely to be 11, police say (Guardian)

Murder conviction for 8 South African policemen who dragged a handcuffed man behind a car (Fox News)

Man dies after being hit by tank at Jelly Belly chairman's California property (Independent)

How a Volcanic Eruption in 1815 Darkened the World but Colored the Arts (New York Times - Paywall)

Train Hero Walks 'Straight Outta Compton' Red Carpet (NBC News)

Westminster paedophile claims: Harvey Proctor accuses police of witch-hunt (Guardian)

Long Jump Faces Are The New Diving Faces At The World Athletics Championships In Beijing (Huffington Post)

French train attack gunman Ayoub el Khazzani was carrying 'petrol-like liquid' and viewed jihadist video before boarding at Brussels (Independent)

IAEA received 'substantive' data from Iran this month (Reuters)

Rudisha wins second world title (BBC)

Coventry Arena train station to open but football fans warned not to use it (Guardian)

New U.S. hero emerges from train attack (CBS News)

U.S. Stocks Rebound Sharply After China Rate Cut (Newsweek Magazine)

Rutherford wins stunning world gold (BBC)

Police Save Woman From Suicide Attempt On Milan Metro CCTV (Huffington Post)

Iran is Great van: no apology or compensation to family from Met (Guardian)

In Beijing's World War II Narrative, Communists Get Starring Role (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

China Reveals Guest List for Big Parade (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Police raid Brussels homes after foiled train attack (Reuters)

France names new train savior (CNN)

Iran denies plans to swap prisoners with United States (Reuters)

U.S. Stocks Rebound After China Cuts Interest Rates (Time Magazine)

Belgium Conducts Searches After Foiled Train Attack, but Makes No Arrests (New York Times - Paywall)

Eight South African policemen guilty of murdering taxi driver (Guardian)

Train Gunman's Facebook Featured 'Terrorist Content' (NBC News)

Stock falls don't mean recession (BBC)

China Cuts Interest Rates Amid Mounting Concerns Over Economy (New York Times - Paywall)

Cambodian police confiscate 1.5 tons of marijuana, biggest seizure in 15 years (Fox News)

Madden Kicks Off the Video Game Holiday Season (NBC News)

VIDEO: Shoreham crash recovery continues (BBC)

Sinosphere Blog: China Shares an Eclectic Guest List for World War II Parade (New York Times - Paywall)

UK 'not immune' to China turmoil (BBC)

Nelson Mandela's grandson, accused of raping a teenage girl, is granted bail in South Africa (Fox News)

Fighting FGM, Sierra Leone Ebola free? And World Humanitarian Day (Guardian)

A Plunge in China Rattles Markets Across the Globe (New York Times - Paywall)

World War II plane, crew remains found in Polish river bed (Fox News)

Terrorist or Train Robber? Clock Ticks on Attack Charges (NBC News)

Lebanon's Got 99 Problems and Trash Is Just One (NBC News)

Russia wiping U.S. detergents off store shelves (CBS News)

Asia's Richest Man Lost Billions in Monday's Collapse (Time Magazine)

IndyCar Driver Justin Wilson Dies Day After Crash (NBC News)

Comedy Gold: Drunk athlete pays for taxi with World Championships medal (Daily Star)

China seeks to reassure stock markets with rate cut and looser lending (Guardian)

China Stocks Plummet Again as 'Mood of Panic' Dominates (NBC News)

Women Booted From Train for Laughing While Black' (Time Magazine)

Beijing appears to wind down share-buying to support stock prices, leaves next steps unclear (Fox News)

VIDEO: How China slowed global markets (BBC)

Spanish man fakes own kidnapping to extort money from parents (Independent)

Man fakes own kidnapping to extort money from parents (Independent)

China consumers unfazed by market rout (Financial Times - Paywall)

South Sudan president to sign peace deal but will list concerns - minister (Reuters)

Shocking moment thug pushes female cyclist off her bike into MOVING TRAFFIC (Daily Express)

European companies beat US to Iran business after nuclear deal reached (Guardian)

China opts for measured response to days of stock market panic (Guardian)

Average Joes bear brunt of Chinese stock collapse (CNN)

Report: Iran has no plan for swapping detained Washington Post reporter for US prisoners (Fox News)

Kipper Williams on China stock market panic (Guardian)

WATCH: Road rage man pushes woman off her bike into oncoming traffic (Daily Star)

The Stock Market Could Be Much Calmer Today (Time Magazine)

China cuts rates to boost slowing economy (Financial Times - Paywall)

Survivors of Glasgow bin lorry crash reveal devastating impact of accident (Guardian)

Donald Trump Resumes Attack on Megyn Kelly as She Returns to TV (Time Magazine)

What It Felt Like to Witness the Liberation of Paris During World War II (Time Magazine)

Airman wounded in train attack being treated at US military hospital in Germany, doing well (Fox News)

Global Markets Get Relief From Sell-Off Except in China (Newsweek Magazine)

China cuts interest rates for fifth time in 9 months to spur slowing economy (Fox News)

IndyCar star Wilson dies after crash (BBC)

WATCH: Art Attack boy, 12, punches hole into £1m famous flower painting (Daily Star)

This Grown Man Dressed Like Prince George For A Week... Here's What Happened (Huffington Post)

After train standoff, French presidents warns his country to prepare for new attacks (Fox News)

Greek coast guard searching for 4 still missing after dinghy capsize off coast of Greek island (Fox News)

Thailand's investigation of deadly Bangkok bombing dogged by unsavory police legacy (Fox News)

Op-Ed Columnist: Stocks in China Continue to Fall (New York Times - Paywall)

China parade to showcase military hardware (Financial Times - Paywall)

Why is FTSE 100 shrugging off Shanghai Noon? (BBC)

Shoreham Air Crash: Family describes 'rain of body parts' after surviving horror crash (Daily Star)

Woman SAVES rapist from dying after horrific attack (Daily Star)

US stock futures rise as world markets settle down despite China freefall (Fox News)

EastEnders' Spoiler: Kathy Beale ARRESTED? Gillian Taylforth Films Police Officer Scenes (PICS) (Huffington Post)

Man pushes female cyclist into oncoming traffic in London helmet-camera video footage (Guardian)

China, North Korea to open border trade zone in October (Reuters)

Under pressure to solve Bangkok bomb attack, police interview driver (Reuters)

Police: Girl suicide bomber kills 5, injures 41 in Boko Haram bus station attack in Nigeria (Fox News)

Hong Kong's Market Fitfully Recovers but Plenty of Nerves Remain (Time Magazine)

China stock market crisis: what UK national newspapers think (Guardian)

Sinosphere Blog: In Communist Party Media, Little Mention of Market Chaos (New York Times - Paywall)

Man Pushes Female Cyclist Off Bike In Shocking Video - Police Launch Hunt (Huffington Post)

Pictures Of The Day: The Best Images From Around The World On Tuesday 25th August 2015 (Huffington Post)

China financial crisis: from dizzy heights of peak to dark depths of Black Monday (Guardian)

North, South Korea strike a deal (CNN)

South and North Korea ease tensions (Financial Times - Paywall)

One Direction Split: Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan And Liam Payne Break Silence On Reports, Insist It's 'Just A Break' (Huffington Post)

The six Cs of the China stock slump (BBC)

French-American who would 'give anything' new hero in high-speed train attack (Fox News)

Black Monday: European shares in partial rebound after China rout (Guardian)

One Direction break-up: Fans make threats to harm themselves (Daily Star)

China stocks take another tumble after huge decline (CBS News)

Fourth Shoreham Air Show Crash Victim Named As Maurice Abrahams, 76-Year-Old Limo Driver (Huffington Post)

Quebec Plane Crash Kills 'Four Britons', As Sightseeing Trip Strikes Mountain (Huffington Post)

Skegness Beach 'Dog Bite Attack' Prompts Lincolnshire Police To Release Photo Of Woman (Huffington Post)

Letter From Europe: Europe Doesn't Share U.S. Concerns on Iran Deal (New York Times - Paywall)

Six people killed in Quebec sightseeing plane crash (Fox News)

Ashley Madison hack: US man sues infidelity website claiming emotional distress (Independent)

Boko Haram sends terrorists to help ISIS take Libya as map shows horrifying plan for world (Daily Express)

Gym intended as refugee shelter burns to ground in suspected arson attack near Berlin (Fox News)

Japan official says government ready to act if necessary to quell market volatility (Fox News)

China lawmakers discuss new pollution bill, coal cap clause expected (Reuters)

2015 World Athletics Championships (CNN)

West and Japan snub China parade but Putin, North Korean official coming (Reuters)

Unliked: Man Faces Jail After Facebook-Spam Guilty Plea (NBC News)

IndyCar racer dies of injuries to head a day after crash (CBS News)

Gangster or good girl? Tattoos no longer taboo in China (CNN)

North, South Korea reach agreement to ease tensions (Reuters)

Asian stock markets swing wildly as Chinese shares take another battering (Guardian)

Group of black women kicked off of wine train (CBS News)

Tony Blair to attend China's second world war Victory Day events report (Guardian)

China Struggles to Stay Rosy as Confidence and Markets Plummet (Time Magazine)

China Stocks Tumble More Than 6 Percent at Open (NBC News)

Hundreds of Islamist extremists 'ready to attack Europe' (Daily Star)

Man who tackled cop murder suspect saw "pure evil" (CBS News)

Clockwatchers ticked off as Big Ben's chimes run six seconds fast (Guardian)

South Korea turns off propaganda after North expresses 'regret' for mine attack (Fox News)

Who is French train attack suspect? (CNN)

Man sues Ashley Madison for emotional distress in potential class-action lawsuit (Guardian)

Hundreds of Islamist extremists 'preparing to ATTACK Europe and Britain is at high risk' (Daily Express)

EXCLUSIVE: Gangs free to smuggle Calais migrants to UK as ONLY one in 20 cars are checked (Daily Express)

S. Korea agrees to end broadcasts as North expresses regret for provocations (Washington Post - Paywall)

Deal agreed to reduce Korea tensions (BBC)

North and South Korea reach deal to end 'semi-state of war' (Los Angeles Times)

Market analysis: What the volatility means for your 401(k) (CBS News)

North Korea steps back from war footing after South halts border propaganda (Guardian)

Police drop terror charge against Australian teenager (Reuters)

Move over Banksy, China has creepy theme parks covered (CNN)

U.K. Says Iran Sanctions Could Start to be Lifted in Spring 2016 (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

The threat of a falling stock market (CNN)

A Stock Market Rout in a Month That Hedge Funds Would Sooner Forget (New York Times - Paywall)

Sydney siege inquest: experts debate whether it was a terrorist attack rolling report (Guardian)

Federal police drop Anzac Day terrorism charges against Harun Causevic (Guardian)

Is One Direction taking a break? (CNN)

Saudi Arabia: One of the World's Most Prolific Executioners (Newsweek Magazine)

DealBook: A Warning on China Seems Prescient (New York Times - Paywall)

G.O.P. Candidates Take Aim at China as U.S. Markets Tumble (New York Times - Paywall)

Napa Valley wine train kicks off mostly black book club (CBS News)

Fresh falls on Asian stock markets (BBC)

French Train Attack: Hero Teacher 'Would Give Anything' (NBC News)

North, South Korea Reach Agreement to End Standoff (NBC News)

Stock Markets' Wild Ride Not Over Yet, Experts Say (NBC News)

Pilot who died in crash sent by controller to landing strip that didnt exist (CBS News)

North and South Korea step back from the brink: Seoul promises to halt propaganda broadcasts as Pyongyang expresses regret over landmine blast (Independent)

Humpback whale pulls off once-in-a-lifetime backflip (CBS News)

Black Women Thrown Off Napa Wine Train for Loud Laughter (NBC News)

World Briefing: Philippines: Typhoon Takes Deadly Toll (New York Times - Paywall)

BREAKING: Four Brits killed in plane crash on sightseeing trip (Daily Star)

World Briefing: South Africa: Pistorius Meant to Shoot His Girlfriend, Her Parents Assert (New York Times - Paywall)

Laibach's 'strange' North Korean concert (CNN)

World Briefing: Greece: New Anti-Austerity Party Gets Chance to Form Coalition Government (New York Times - Paywall)

Starbucks CEO Asks Baristas to Be Sensitive' to Customers as Stock Market Plunges (Time Magazine)

Tributes at the Shoreham air crash scene in pictures (Guardian)

Cop Shoots and Kills Man Threatening Him With a Spoon (Time Magazine)

15 years ago the CIA made these predictions about what the world would be like in 2015 (Daily Star)

Wild Cards Remain as Democrats Add Supporters on Iran Deal (New York Times - Paywall)

Review of Gold Coast police 'doesn't mean there are systemic problems' (Guardian)

GRAPHIC CONTENT: Police guilty of murder after tying man to car and driving off (Daily Express)

Bird world hails return of a long lost friend now renamed the Omani Owl (Daily Express)

The Burning Man desert festival may have a problem with a 'plague' of biting bugs (Independent)

ISIS Suspected of Chemical Attack in Syria (New York Times - Paywall)

China at "war": Behind the scenes (CBS News)

Burkina Faso says unidentified gunmen attack police post (Reuters)

Echoing Trump, Scott Walker calls on Obama to call off China summit (Guardian)

Alabama man with spoon killed by officer had a 'mental episode', police say (Guardian)

Four Britons and one French person dead after plane crash in remote part of Quebec (Independent)

Four Britons reported to have been killed in plane crash in remote part of Quebec (Independent)

Beach dog attack prompts photo appeal (BBC)

This Graphic Explains Monday's Stock Market Crash (NBC News)

North and South Korea reach pact to ease tensions (CBS News)

6 dead in plane crash during sightseeing trip in Quebec (Fox News)

Black Monday in China casts shadow over stock markets around the world (Independent)

Stock markets plunge on China fears (BBC)

China's Black Monday' spreads stock market fears worldwide (Washington Post - Paywall)

Shoreham Airshow Crash: Police Receive 200 Missing Persons Calls Following Tragedy (Huffington Post)

Man charged with sexual assaults on horse (Daily Star)

Hero 'happy no one got hurt' (CNN)

Casino Bus Crashes in Queens, New York, Tearing Wall Off an Apartment Building (Newsweek Magazine)

Daimler driver was air crash victim (BBC)

Stock market plummets in early trading (CBS News)

Wall Street in turmoil amid market chaos (CBS News)

Suspected Islamic militants launch attack in Burkina Faso near border with Mali, official says (Fox News)

After attack, what can be done about train security? Experts say: Not much (Washington Post - Paywall)

China equity rout sparks EM currency fall (Financial Times - Paywall)

Train heroes highlight a security concern: How to stop the 'lone wolf' attacks (Fox News)

Why China's share slump affects the world (BBC)

As the Stock Market Tanks, Trump Blames China (Newsweek Magazine)

Oklahoma Politician Stabbed to Death by Son, Police Say (NBC News)

Migrants scuffle with police in Italian city, denounce conditions (Reuters)

Tension grows over 'lost' North Korean submarines as South Korea searches for vessels (Independent)

Islamic State attacks kill 51 Syrian soldiers in north - monitor (Reuters)

Migrants Race North as Hungary Builds a Border Fence (New York Times - Paywall)

Police prevent 'potential tragedy' at Pokemon World Championships in Boston (Independent)

China issues spark fears but not panic (Financial Times - Paywall)

Yemen conflict: Is there a glimmer of hope for Yemeni civilians as Iran enters a new era? (Independent)

British female diplomat opens new embassy in Iran without head covering and sparks outrage (Independent)

Islamic State doesn't destroy all antiquities -- it saves some to sell on the black market (Los Angeles Times)

BP skips Iran trip amid sanctions worries (Financial Times - Paywall)

Woman with no pilot experience crash lands plane in Spain (CBS News)

Presidential Field Reacts to Stock Market Plummet (NBC News)

Americans thwart train attack in France (CBS News)

Concern as China turmoil lifts euro (Financial Times - Paywall)

Report: North and South Korea Reach Agreement to Defuse Tensions (Newsweek Magazine)

China to toughen law on sex with underage girls (CBS News)

Secret Side Bargain Threatens Nuke Deal with Iran (Newsweek Magazine)

'Suicides' Over Ashley Madison Leak Investigated As Police Reveal £240K Reward For Information (Huffington Post)

Jermain Defoe Needs An Executive Personal Assistant To Stock The Fridge, Pick Outfits And Pay His Bills (Huffington Post)

Economic Trends: Why the Stock Market Is So Turbulent (New York Times - Paywall)

Obama Should Confront Xi on the South China Sea (Newsweek Magazine)

Jakobshavn, Fastest Moving Glacier In The World Loses Enough Ice To Cover Manhattan (Huffington Post)

France train shooting: Legion d'honneur recipients (BBC)

France honors three Americans who thwarted potential train attack (CBS News)

A change of seats for 3 Americans led to saved lives on Paris-bound train (Washington Post - Paywall)

'Black Monday': markets plunge over China fears (Channel4)

Bologna Journal: Italian Neighbors Build Their Own Social Network, Online and Off (New York Times - Paywall)

Korea Conflict Leaves Border Zone Jittery (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Two Unconfirmed Suicides Related to Ashley Madison Hack, Toronto Police Say (Newsweek Magazine)

Americans and Briton Receive Top French Honor for Stopping Train Gunman (New York Times - Paywall)

Why One Direction NEED a break (BBC)

Americans awarded France's highest honor after stopping European train attack (Washington Post - Paywall)

Iran nuclear deal could become a perennial cliffhanger (Los Angeles Times)

VIDEO: 'Entire world admires train attack heroes' (BBC)

Americans, Briton who subdued gunman on train receive France's highest honor (Los Angeles Times)

Japan's Abe rebuffs China invite (Financial Times - Paywall)

One Direction to 'take break in 2016' (BBC)

Longer leave for workaholic South Koreans (Financial Times - Paywall)

The school places police (BBC)

Americans recount French train attack: 'He was ready to fight to the end. So were we.' (Los Angeles Times)

Thwarted attack exposes French vulnerability (Financial Times - Paywall)

Union Jack flies in Tehran as Britain reopens Iran embassy (Los Angeles Times)

Israel abuzz over reports that attacks on Iran were planned, abandoned (Los Angeles Times)

North and South Korea to hold second day of talks in bid to ease tensions (Washington Post - Paywall)

British embassy in Iran reopens (Channel4)

A train ride, a gunshot and then: 'Let's go!' (Los Angeles Times)

UPDATE 6-Refugees tear through police lines at Macedonian border (Washington Post - Paywall)

Train suspect had been flagged as potential risk (Washington Post - Paywall)

Bomb attack kills 12, including three Americans, in Afghan capital (Washington Post - Paywall)

Immolations are just one sign of tension over Communist rule (Los Angeles Times)

U.S. servicemen, others praised for subduing gunman on train in France (Los Angeles Times)

Seeking to ease tensions, North and South Korean officials meet at the border (Los Angeles Times)

VIDEO: World Athletics highlights (BBC)

French train shooting: hero passengers overpower gunman (Channel4)

Israel hits Syrian targets following rocket fire it says was ordered by Iran (Washington Post - Paywall)

Eurostar train heading from France to St Pancras in London is delayed (Daily Mail)

Men who tackled French train gunman are awarded the Legion d'Honneur (Daily Mail)

Mark Moogalian revealed as hero from France train terror attack by Ayoub El-Khazzani (Daily Mail)

Blindfolded and barefoot, French terror train gunman is led into court surrounded by bulletproof jacket-wearing officers just hours before questioning deadline expires (Daily Mail)

Teenager died in front of a train after being abused on Facebook following fall out with friend (Daily Mail)

Chinese fisherman finds metre-long 'torpedo' in South China Sea (Daily Mail)

Tourists in China watch as a chimp smokes a cigarette in Tianshan wild animal zoo (Daily Mail)

Russia and China carry out joint military drill in the Sea of Japan (Daily Mail)

It's Turnaround Tuesday: Markets bounce back across Europe despite a SECOND day of chaos in China (Daily Mail)

World's largest car transporter with a deck the size of 10 football pitches and able to carry enough vehicles for a 26-mile traffic jam arrives in the UK after its maiden voyage from China (Daily Mail)

Afghan translator's pregnant wife lost her baby after brutal attack by Taliban (Daily Mail)

North and South Korea finally agree deal to end military standoff (Daily Mail)

Is it a swallow bird? Kingfisher gets eaten in one gulp after falling prey to a python in South Africa (Daily Mail)

Grandson of Nelson Mandela denies raping underage girl in a restaurant toilet as he is bailed by a judge in South Africa (Daily Mail)

Stock market crash hits UK savings and pensions as FTSE 100 plunges (Daily Mail)

Shoreham crash victim Maurice Abrahams was a former soldier (Daily Mail)

Air show safety rules called to be reviewed after Shoreham crash disaster (Daily Mail)

Shoreham Airshow crash pilot Chris Heames NOT originally flying (Daily Mail)

Shoreham Airshow spectator apologises over refund demand after plane crash (Daily Mail)

Woman who had never flown a plane manages to crash land a micro-light (Daily Mail)

Air Saguenay plane crash kills 4 Britons, 1 French and 1 Canadian (Daily Mail)

IndyCar driver Justin Wilson has died after suffering a head injury following a crash at Pocono Raceway (Daily Mail)

Doncaster fireball car crash leaves 2 dead as vehicle smashes into garden wall (Daily Mail)

WW2 outpost Gin Head radar station on the market for £3.5m (Daily Mail)

Video shows giant slab of meat PULSATE at Philippines market (Daily Mail)

French artists fills Covent Garden market with 100,000 white helium balloons (Daily Mail)

Ashley Madison leak linked to two suicides including Texas police chief (Daily Mail)

Benidorm to follow Ibiza and Magaluf and deploy British police officers (Daily Mail)

German neo-Nazis yelling 'Heil Hitler' clash with police near Dresden (Daily Mail)

Ex-Tory MP Harvey Proctor condemns 'homosexual witch hunt' as he reveals police have questioned him over shocking allegations of torture, rape and three murders - all of which he denies (Daily Mail)

One police officer is burned alive and six others are hacked to death with axes and scythes by protesters in Nepal as thousands demonstrate against country's new constitution (Daily Mail)

Woman's best friend! The emotional moment stolen pug recognises its relieved owner as the pair are reunited by police (Daily Mail)

Sepp Blatter insists he is clean and FIFA is not corrupt as inquiry into football's world governing body continues (Daily Mail)

Inside the glamorous world of photographer Norman Parkinson (Daily Mail)

How the super rich are taking over the world of online property rentals (Daily Mail)

Mandy Allwood who became world famous when she announced she was expecting octuplets but lost them all says she can still feel her babies kicking inside her every day (Daily Mail)

Treating dementia across the world will cost a trillion US dollars a year by 2018, experts warn (Daily Mail)

Almost one third of British workers receive no retirement gift (Daily Mail)

If Jeremy Corbyn is leader, one in five voters will back Labour (Daily Mail)

Ear-splitting wail as my daughter's heart broke: Mother reveals moment her 10-year-old obsessed with One Direction discovered the band were to split (Daily Mail)

Mac on.. One Direction's split (Daily Mail)

Lauren Silverman's ex-husband Andrew is engaged and Simon Cowell's girlfriend 'was one of the first to congratulate him' (Daily Mail)

Sainsbury's is the only one of the 'Big Four' supermarkets to see sales increase in latest industry data, but it loses number two spot (Daily Mail)

M&S boss Laura Wade-Gery pictured wearing chador as a 21-year-old in Iran (Daily Mail)

Girl aged 15 prepares for her wedding to a 32-year-old man in Bangladesh (Daily Mail)

Injury Prevention journal finds that small man syndrome DOES exist (Daily Mail)

British man arrested for raping UK woman in Cambodia is cleared by CCTV (Daily Mail)

Helmet camera video shows man pushing Whitechapel cyclist into oncoming cars (Daily Mail)

Manchester man 'pretended to be counsellor and asked girl, 14, to perform sex acts' (Daily Mail)

Olive from On the Buses pays tribute to 'extremely talented and very funny' co-star Stephen Lewis as the man viewers knew as Inspector Blakey is laid to rest (Daily Mail)

Online petition calling for feminists to be classed as a terrorist group is mocked on Twitter with thousands branded 'hysterical man babies' for supporting it (Daily Mail)

Having a work personality' can make people like you less: Study reveals how shutting off emotions can ruin relationships (Daily Mail)

Tube strike is OFF as unions agree deal (Daily Mail)

RAF instructor says Shoreham jet pilot was showing off with a 'lunatic' manoeuvre and should never have flown below 100ft (Daily Mail)

Lesley Farrow died after falling off her horse on to 'bone dry ground' (Daily Mail)

Siberian torture chamber where antlers of Maral stags are sawn off to make 'viagra' blood baths (Daily Mail)

The mansion where Oscar Pistorius blasted model Reeva Steenkamp is STILL empty because tenants are put off by its grisly past (Daily Mail)