Friday, 9th October 2015

World News

Suspected jihadists attack central Mali, kill official (Washington Post - Paywall)

Iraq says it was not warned about Russian missiles crossing its airspace (Washington Post - Paywall)

One in 3 young men in China could die from tobacco (CBS News)

Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Tunisian Democracy Group (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Protester killed in unrest in Iraq's Kurdistan region (Reuters)

Nobel Peace Prize Honors Resilience of the Tunisian People (Time Magazine)

U.S. Envoy Pushes Peace in Colombia (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Suspected jihadists attack village in central Mali, kill official in front of his family (Fox News)

Russian bomb raids 'inflaming civil war', says US (Daily Express)

Waterspouts spotted off Chinese coast video (Guardian)

US to abandon training new Syria rebels (BBC)

The Latest: Obama praises Nobel Peace Prize choice (Washington Post - Paywall)

Editorial: A Nobel Prize for Dialogue in Tunisia (New York Times - Paywall)

Pentagon to pause training Syrian rebels (CBS News)

Islamic State closes in on Syrian city of Aleppo; U.S. abandons rebel training effort (Reuters)

Pentagon to end failed Syrian rebel training program (CBS News)

China warns U.S. it will not allow violations of its waters (Reuters)

House GOP scrambles to find next leader (CBS News)

4 U.S. Military Efforts on ISIS and Syria Yield Mixed Results (New York Times - Paywall)

Six killed in Gaza as Israeli-Palestinian violence widens (Reuters)

US scraps move to form Syrian rebel force (Financial Times - Paywall)

Ex-News Of The World Greg Miskiw Claims Murdoch Paper Hacked David Beckham's Phone (Huffington Post)

The many missteps in the Pentagon's failed struggle to train Syrian militants (Washington Post - Paywall)

Chechen Leader Says Three ISIS Members Have Been Killed in Russia (Newsweek Magazine)

House votes to lift crude oil export ban despite opposition from White House (Guardian)

U.S. suspending program to train and equip Syrian rebels (CNN)

Kremlin: Military strikes in Syria not big financial burden (Washington Post - Paywall)

World War Three could begin TOMORROW - and UK's armed forces 'are woefully unprepared' (Daily Express)

Russia Denies U.S. Claim That Missiles Aimed at Syria Hit Iran (New York Times - Paywall)

U.K. nurse who kicked Ebola back in hospital months later (CBS News)

Nobel Peace Prize goes to civil groups that kept democracy alive in Tunisia (Los Angeles Times)

Who should be House speaker? 'Paul Ryan is the right man, right now' video (Guardian)

Kremlin: Russian military operation in Syria is not causing any financial strains (Fox News)

Obama Weighs White House Moves on Gun Control (NBC News)

Pentagon Ends Training for Moderate Syrian Rebels (Newsweek Magazine)

Jamal Al-Harith: Guantanamo detainee flees to Syria (Channel4)

Mozambique's opposition leader released after being held by police in his home (Reuters)

Mhairi Black, Youngest MP For Centuries, Describes Being Patronised By Others At Westminster (Huffington Post)

Behind the Nobel Peace Prize Selection (New York Times - Paywall)

Tom Watson under fire after refusal to apologise for sex attack slur on Lord Brittan (Daily Express)

U.S. will stop training Syrian rebels and focus on arming Kurds and other groups (Los Angeles Times)

Five Palestinians Killed in Clashes With Israeli Security Forces (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

IS advances near Syria's Aleppo despite Russian strikes (Washington Post - Paywall)

Nadal reaches China Open semi-final (BBC)

PSN DOWN: Playstation Network throws off gamers from Party Chat system (Daily Star)

U.S. to partner with vetted Syrian groups, pause rebel training program (CBS News)

Six killed as unrest spreads to Gaza (Financial Times - Paywall)

What Should Obama Do About Syria and the Russians? (NBC News)

How Syria turned into hell (CNN)

Pentagon to Revamp Troubled Syria Rebel Training Program (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Backpacker Falls Off Suspension Bridge in Terrifying GoPro Video (Time Magazine)

Something fishy going on: Creature comes back to life AFTER being cooked (Daily Express)

Obama Administration Ends Pentagon Program to Train Syrian Rebels (New York Times - Paywall)

'It looks like chaos and it is': Paul Ryan under pressure over House speaker job (Guardian)

Wisconsin's DUI divide lets first-time offenders off the hook (CBS News)

Drone crash-lands near White House (CBS News)

VIDEO: Huge waterspouts filmed in China (BBC)

Another drone crashes on White House grounds (CBS News)

World Mental Health Day - A Chance to Reflect on How Far We've Come and How Much There Is Still to Do (Huffington Post)

Edinburgh's world heritage status faces scrutiny amid row over hotel plans (Guardian)

Syria test zone for electronic war (CNN)

In 26 countries, girls more likely to be married off than go to high school - charity (Reuters)

Pentagon plans major shift in effort to counter Islamic State in Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

North Koreans escaping to China to make money, but face a clampdown (Washington Post - Paywall)

On World Mental Health Day (Huffington Post)

Pentagon Ends Program to Train, Equip Moderate Syrian Rebels Fighting ISIS (Newsweek Magazine)

China arrested hackers at U.S. request - Washington Post (Reuters)

Iranian General Is Killed in Syria Advising Military (New York Times - Paywall)

Former oil minister's family: Pray for her as she battles cancer and UK corruption claims (Fox News)

Family accused of chopping off maid's HAND after she complained about work conditions (Daily Star)

Managers of Congo's Garamba park say 3 wildlife rangers, 1 colonel killed by poachers (Fox News)

Gunmen attack Burkina Faso police station; 3 dead (Washington Post - Paywall)

Obama Ends Pentagon Program to Train Syria Rebels (NBC News)

Syria skies flashpoint? (CNN)

Scottish Nurse Who Contracted Ebola Readmitted to Hospital (Newsweek Magazine)

Hamas declares new 'intifada' as six killed in clashes (Channel4)

VIDEO: Employer 'cut off my arm' (BBC)

Tunisian democracy group wins Nobel Peace Prize (Washington Post - Paywall)

Defense secretary confirms Russian missiles crashed in Iran (Washington Post - Paywall)

Afghan official: Taliban attack troops, 3 civilians killed (Washington Post - Paywall)

The Latest: Clashes near Gaza border, 5 Palestinians killed (Washington Post - Paywall)

One killed in US university shooting (BBC)

Ash Carter hints at new US approach to helping Syrian rebels - video (Guardian)

Maid's arm 'cut off by Saudi employer' (CNN)

Afghan aid workers, civilians will bear the brunt after MSF hospital bombing - experts (Reuters)

Who Are the Tunisian Groups That Won Nobel Peace Prize? (NBC News)

Nobel peace prize: national dialogue brought Tunisia back from the brink (Guardian)

House Republicans Gather To Figure Out Speaker Debacle (NBC News)

Surprise ISIS attack in Syria, reportedly the biggest in months (Fox News)

Afghan official: Taliban attack troops south of Kabul, 3 civilians killed in crossfire (Fox News)

2015 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Tunisian democracy group (CBS News)

Pluto IS a planet and so are nearly 400 objects in our solar system, claims space expert (Daily Express)

Obama to Overhaul U.S. Program to Support Syrian Rebels: Carter (Newsweek Magazine)

Tunisian mediator group wins Nobel Peace Prize for aiding move to democracy (Reuters)

The Latest: Slain Iran general was key figure in Syria war (Washington Post - Paywall)

Pentagon head: US to change Syrian rebel training program (Washington Post - Paywall)

UK Ebola patient back in hospital (CNN)

Tutu cute: young dancers step out at Sydney Opera House in pictures (Guardian)

Tunisian "quartet" wins Nobel Peace Prize (CBS News)

Pictures Of The Week: The Most Powerful Photos From Around The World This Week (Huffington Post)

Obama Administration Will End $500 Million Syrian Rebel Training Program (Time Magazine)

Nobel Peace Prize for Tunisia mediators (BBC)

What to Know About the Group That Won the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize (Time Magazine)

Iran loses top commander helping Assad in Syria (CBS News)

Senior Iranian Revolutionary Guards general killed in Syria - IRGC (Reuters)

The biggest mystery in the universe is WOMEN, claims Stephen Hawking (Daily Express)

India demands justice as Saudi employer accused of chopping off maid's arm (Reuters)

Tunisian group wins Nobel Peace Prize (Financial Times - Paywall)

First World War hero laid to rest 100 yeas on thanks to ID tag his wife made him (Daily Express)

Nobel Peace Prize goes to ... (CNN)

Pentagon to change training program for Syrian rebels (Fox News)

US to axe $500m scheme to train Syrian rebels, says NYT (Guardian)

Hajjj Stampede Killed at Least 1,453 People, New Tally Finds (Time Magazine)

With McCarthy Out of House Speaker Race, Who's Next? (NBC News)

Overwhelmed' Nobel peace winner describes Tunisia's danger (Washington Post - Paywall)

AP count: Saudi hajj crush killed at least 1,453 people, making it event's deadliest disaster (Washington Post - Paywall)

Nobel peace prize 2015 goes to Tunisian civil society groups live updates (Guardian)

China says U.S. human rights report biased (Reuters)

'Overwhelmed' _ a Nobel Peace Prize winner describes effort to pull Tunisia out of 'danger' (Fox News)

Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet (Newsweek Magazine)

The night the hospital in Kunduz became a U.S. military target (Los Angeles Times)

Iranian Revolutionary Guard Commander Killed in Syria (NBC News)

Morrisons' Rugby World Cup Ball Pizza Is A Little Bit NSFW (Huffington Post)

Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to National Dialogue Quartet in Tunisia (New York Times - Paywall)

Ebola: nurse Pauline Cafferkey in hospital again (Channel4)

Sinosphere Blog: Escalator Death in China Heightens Safety Concerns (New York Times - Paywall)

Dad Motivated To Lose 20 Stone And Quit Smoking By His Son: 'I Wanted To Enjoy Being Around, Chasing After Him' (Huffington Post)

Tunisia: Nobel winner says he's overwhelmed,' says quartet tried to save country from danger (Washington Post - Paywall)

Sinosphere Blog: Q. and A.: Tu Youyou on Being Awarded the Nobel Prize (New York Times - Paywall)

Tunisia Democracy Group Wins Nobel Peace Prize (NBC News)

Who has won the Nobel peace prize? video (Guardian)

Revolutionary Guard general killed in Syria amid IS attack (Washington Post - Paywall)

Winners of Nobel Peace Prize since 1980 (Washington Post - Paywall)

World stocks rise on expectations Fed will delay rate hike (Washington Post - Paywall)

Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet wins the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize (Washington Post - Paywall)

Tunisian Democracy Group Wins Nobel Peace Prize (Time Magazine)

China plane maker reveals stealth jet capabilities to lure buyers (Reuters)

Revolutionary Guard General Killed In Syria amid ISIS Attack (Time Magazine)

The National Dialogue Quartet in Tunisia wins Nobel Peace Prize (Washington Post - Paywall)

11 times world leaders danced awkwardly (Washington Post - Paywall)

Senior Iranian commander killed in Syria (Guardian)

China faces smoking 'death epidemic' (BBC)

U.S.: Russian missiles hit Iran (CNN)

Blood Test Could Rule Out Heart Attacks And Cut Hospital Admissions (Huffington Post)

The National Dialogue Quartet, democracy group in Tunisia, wins Nobel Peace Prize (Fox News)

Iran State TV: Revolutionary Guard brigadier general killed in Syria's Aleppo amid IS attack (Fox News)

Ebola Nurse, Pauline Cafferkey, Back In Hospital Due To 'Unusual Late Complication' (Huffington Post)

Kim Jong Un Has Won a Real Statesperson Prize From a Nation That Is Not North Korea (Time Magazine)

Tunisian national dialogue quartet wins 2015 Nobel peace prize (Guardian)

Ebola Nurse Flown Back to Hospital with 'Complication' (NBC News)

New Delhi Raises Formal Protest After Saudi Employer Cuts Off Indian Maid's Hand (Time Magazine)

Iraq officials: mortar attack in Diyala province kills 35 (Washington Post - Paywall)

Iraq officials: mortar attack in eastern Diyala province kills 35, wounds 45 (Fox News)

China credit scores raise Orwellian fears (Financial Times - Paywall)

Russian leader Putin shows off ice hockey skills (Daily Star)

Pictures Of The Day: The Best Images From Around The World On Friday 9th October 2015 (Huffington Post)

Why China Doesn't Mind Being Left Out of Trans-Pacific Deal (NBC News)

France launches new air strike in Syria against IS - minister (Reuters)

Op-Ed Contributor: Putin's Imperial Adventure in Syria (New York Times - Paywall)

The Latest: 542 people rescued in 24 hours off Greece (Washington Post - Paywall)

Tom Watson 'Should Apologise For Lord Brittan Rape Allegation', Former Home Secretary's Brother Claims (Huffington Post)

Fifth house destroyed by Lancefield bushfire in central Victoria (Guardian)

Scottish Ebola nurse flown to specialist hospital in London (Guardian)

Baby dies after migrant boat breaks down off Greek island (Reuters)

Independent media under attack ahead of Belarus presidential election (Guardian)

Rep. Issa: Next House speaker needs to be reluctant (CBS News)

China opens Communist theme park (CNN)

Trip to doctor after shark attack reveals cancer (CBS News)

Is hospital bombing a war crime? (CNN)

World Digest: Oct. 8, 2015 (Washington Post - Paywall)

Nobel Peace Prize 2015: Likely contenders (CNN)

Sinosphere Blog: Cliffside Glass Walkway in China Cracks, but Don't Worry! (New York Times - Paywall)

Sinosphere Blog: Col. Liu Mingfu on the U.S. and China as Rivals (New York Times - Paywall)

Man 'rapes girl, 12, then sliced off own penis to stop himself from attacking again' (Daily Star)

Myanmar official accuses China of meddling in peace talks with rebels (Guardian)

Nobel Peace Prize winners through the years (CNN)

Small hero dog scares off bears (CNN)

Children rescued from the rubble in Syria (CNN)

Nobel Prize in Literature Won by Belarus's Svetlana Alexievich (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

CBS visits the button capital of the world (CBS News)

From Syria to the U.S.: one familys odyssey (CBS News)

Syrian refugees encounter many difficulties once in Europe (CBS News)

Rep. Kevin McCarthy ends bid for Speaker of the House (CBS News)

US naval manoeuvres in South China Sea risk clash with Beijing (Guardian)

Syrian airstrikes are causing tensions (CNN)

Syrian family adjusts to life in America (CBS News)

Lagarde: China not all 'doom and gloom' (BBC)

Britain faces tough call on Syrian bombing (BBC)

Bush slams Rubio for Syria stance (CNN)

World Briefing: Iran: Shunning an Event With Salman Rushdie (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Chile: Documents Point to Direct Role by Pinochet in 1976 Killings in U.S. (New York Times - Paywall)

'You're taking our business,' Brisbane Uber driver allegedly told before attack (Guardian)

Searching for Azam, an injured Syrian child somewhere in Europe (BBC)

World Briefing: U.N. Council Plan to Impede Human Smuggling (New York Times - Paywall)

Canadian Prime Minister's Office Slowed Syrians' Asylum Claims (New York Times - Paywall)

News Analysis: An Opportune Moment for Russia's Foray Into Syria (New York Times - Paywall)

U.S., Philippines Forge Closer Military Ties Amid China Tensions (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Svetlana Alexievich, Belarussian Voice of Survivors, Wins Nobel Prize in Literature (New York Times - Paywall)

The Brassed Off band make a comeback (BBC)

Myanmar Official: China Meddled in Rebel Peace Talks (Newsweek Magazine)

Studies say 1/3 of young men in China to die from smoking (Washington Post - Paywall)

With McCarthy Out, Republicans Struggle to Find New House Leader (Newsweek Magazine)

City Will Pay $6.5 Million to Family of Unarmed Black Man Killed by Cop (Time Magazine)

VIDEO: CCTV shows attack on French train hero (BBC)

Report: Hackers in China Tried to Attack Clintons Server (Newsweek Magazine)

Pope Francis, Anti-Nuclear Activists Among Nobel Peace Prize Contenders (Newsweek Magazine)

Glass walkway over China canyon cracks with tourists on it (Washington Post - Paywall)

France train attack hero Stone stabbed in California (Reuters)

Plan for Russian Air Base Adds Twist to Belarus Election (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

World Briefing: Rwanda: Legal Battle on Term Limits (New York Times - Paywall)

Three bridegrooms among 25 killed in Yemen rocket strike - residents (Reuters)

Russian bombs in Syria are killing fragile hopes for diplomacy far beyond (Washington Post - Paywall)

Suspensions of Blatter and Platini Rock World Soccer (Newsweek Magazine)

Russian Missiles Fired at Syria Landed in Iran (NBC News)

McCarthy Drops Speaker Bid, Throwing House Into Disarray (NBC News)

Several Russian cruise missiles landed in Iran, U.S. officials say (CBS News)

U.S. Officials: Russian Missiles Aimed at Syria Crashed in Iran (Newsweek Magazine)

New tally in Saudi hajj disaster shows at least 1,399 killed (Washington Post - Paywall)

Experts reveal WONDER DIET to stave off cancer (Daily Express)

Nicola Sturgeon: Publish all papers on MP Michelle Thomson house deals (Daily Express)

Ecotourism damaging to animal survival instincts, claims new research (Daily Express)

One in Every Three Young Men in China Will Be Killed by Smoking (Newsweek Magazine)

U.S. says several Russian missiles crashed in Iran (Los Angeles Times)

McCarthy drops out of House speaker race (CNN)

Three Killed in Louisiana Gas Plant Explosion (NBC News)

NATO denounces troubling' Russian escalation in Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

Russian MP allegedly plotted with imprisoned son to escape US custody (Guardian)

Watch Some of the Most Inspiring Nobel Peace Prize Speeches in History (Time Magazine)

Russian Missiles Fell Short of Syria, Landed in Iran, U.S. Says (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Got what it takes to be the next US House speaker? Apply here! (Guardian)

'Finally the rest of the world has noticed us': A Nobel prize in Belarus (Los Angeles Times)

General Expects Answers on Hospital Bombing in 30 Days (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Four Syria-Bound Russian Missiles Crashed in Iran, U.S. Officials Say (New York Times - Paywall)

Russian missiles 'fell in Iran' (BBC)

Canada PM's office ordered delay on Syrian refugee claims processing (Guardian)

Myanmar official accuses China of meddling in rebel peace talks (Reuters)

Russia's Missiles: A Major New Weapon in Syria Conflict (New York Times - Paywall)

Terrified boy, 7, has to dress like a GIRL to avoid being killed by ISIS sickos (Daily Star)

White House to Host Fall Garden Tours October 17, 18 (Newsweek Magazine)

A House Divided: Why the GOP Can't Choose a Speaker (NBC News)

Clashes intensify in Syria from Russian-backed offensive (Washington Post - Paywall)

Three Bridegrooms Among 25 Killed in Yemen Rocket Strike (Newsweek Magazine)

Turkey Issues Gas Warning Over Russian Violations of Airspace (Newsweek Magazine)

France train attack hero stabbed in US (BBC)

US House in chaos as McCarthy withdraws (Financial Times - Paywall)

Russia's Kalibr Cruise Missiles, a New Weapon in Syria Conflict (New York Times - Paywall)

U.S. mulls sailing near disputed South China Sea islands - Pentagon official (Reuters)

French Train Attack Hero Stabbed in California (NBC News)

'Not Welcome' sign: Europeans take steps to head off economic migrants (Los Angeles Times)

Who killed 30 at wedding party? (CNN)

Dozens still missing after U.S. strike on Afghan hospital (CBS News)

Majority of Syrian Refugees in Germany Blame Assad for Fighting (Newsweek Magazine)

Hero of French train attack stabbed in U.S. (CNN)

Russians face risk of Syria ground war (Financial Times - Paywall)

Russia continues airstrikes in Syria (CBS News)

CNN: U.S. Officials Claim Russian Missiles Intended for Syria Land in Iran (Newsweek Magazine)

Angela Merkel? Pope Francis? Gamblers Bet on Nobel Peace Prize Winner (New York Times - Paywall)

US warns Moscow over escalation in Syria (Financial Times - Paywall)

Syrians announce a second offensive backed by Russian warplanes (Los Angeles Times)

Gulf 'steps up' arms to Syria rebels (BBC)

NATO chief vows to defend Turkey against Russian threats (Los Angeles Times)

Alexievich wins Nobel Literature prize (BBC)

Bake Off fans defend Nadiya against 'politically correct' jibes (BBC)

Obama apologizes for Afghan hospital bombing (CBS News)

NATO, Alarmed by Russian Actions in Syria, Shores Up Defenses (New York Times - Paywall)

And the Nobel Prize for literature goes to... (CBS News)

Russia strikes tipping Syria war in Assads favor? (CBS News)

US warships to challenge China sea claims (Financial Times - Paywall)

Hatton Garden Raider Claims He Wants To 'Do The Right Thing' And Give Jewellery Back But Police Won't Let Him (Huffington Post)

Becky Watts Murder Trial: Neighbour Heard 'Something Heavy Being Dragged' (Huffington Post)

Jack Monroe Launches Attack At Conservative Government Over Welfare Cuts (Huffington Post)

Russia tipping the balance for Assad in Syria war? (CBS News)

Belarus writer wins Nobel prize (Financial Times - Paywall)

Death Toll in Airstrike on Doctors Without Borders Hospital May Rise, Group Says (New York Times - Paywall)

Great British Bake Off winner crowned (BBC)

In pictures: Hope for Tanzania's albino attack survivors (BBC)

Putin is using his Syria gambit to disparage Obama (Los Angeles Times)

Is this manga cartoon of a six-year-old Syrian girl racist? (BBC)

Bus driver hailed as 'family man' becomes third Brit to die off Spanish coast in last week (Daily Express)

Russia says warships in Caspian Sea are firing missiles at Syrian targets (Los Angeles Times)

Obama apologizes to Doctors Without Borders for Afghan hospital bombing (Los Angeles Times)

Russia claims strikes on Isis from warships (Channel4)

Riba Stirling Prize 2015: The Whitworth, University of Manchester (BBC)

Riba Stirling Prize 2015: Maggie's Lanarkshire (BBC)

Top U.S. commander in Afghanistan says attack on hospital was a mistake (Los Angeles Times)

Syria: Nato says Russian incursion 'no accident' (Channel4)

Doctors Without Borders says its Afghan hospital 'was deliberately bombed' (Los Angeles Times)

War crimes prosecutions are rare in cases of hospital bombings (Los Angeles Times)

U.S. changes its account of hospital bombing, says Afghans requested attack (Los Angeles Times)

Congress likely to cut failed Pentagon program to train Syrian rebels (Los Angeles Times)

Teen killed as clashes continue between Palestinians, Israelis (Los Angeles Times)

China left out of landmark trade deal, but door is left open for the future (Los Angeles Times)

Assad: US-led air strikes in Syria are 'counterproductive' (Channel4)

'Blood moon' prompts Mormon announcement: This is NOT the end of the world (Independent)

Indian teenager Anoyara Khatun joins Bill and Melinda Gates to help women and children around the world (Independent)

Hajj stampede: Muslim world rounds on Saudi Arabia amid claims Prince's convoy closed roads and led to crush (Independent)

China and the US progress on talks in Washington aimed at combating climate change (Independent)

Carly Fiorina, profile: The Republicans' card to trump Hillary Clinton in White House race? (Independent)

US banker enjoys ultimate revenge after buying ex-boss's holiday home, tearing it down, and building house double the size (Independent)

Mystery of missing Russian plane loaded with roubles is solved after 80 years (Independent)

US House Speaker John Boehner blames his exit on constant sniping from Republican right (Independent)

Russian missiles heading for Syria crash landed in IRAN say US officials (Daily Mail)

Russia's 'proof' that ISIS are using civilians as human shields in Syria during airstrikes (Daily Mail)

Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Tunisia's National Dialogue Quartet for its role in building democracy (Daily Mail)

US Navy 'will sail warships' through contested waters around South China Sea (Daily Mail)

Shangdong, China family claim to be stripped and beaten by restaurant owner (Daily Mail)

Man in China has six inch dagger stuck in his rear while trying to remove piles (Daily Mail)

Fake Great Wall of China appears and tourists are convinced it's real (Daily Mail)

A third of all the young men in China are likely to die from tobacco (Daily Mail)

Rent-a-girlfriend trend in China sees desperate bachelors hiring complete strangers on social media apps to appease demanding parents (Daily Mail)

The Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain's 'dreamboat' HUSBAND (Daily Mail)

Zombies, villains and heroes, OH MY! New York Comic Con kicks off in outlandish style as thousands slather on makeup and slap on the costumes to celebrate all things geek (Daily Mail)

Great British Bake Off 2015's Nadiya Hussain winner laps up her success (Daily Mail)

Dundee Airport using Star Wars-style 'lightsaber' to scare off birds (Daily Mail)

Small plane PARACHUTES to earth after its wings ripped off above Slovenia (Daily Mail)

Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain has done more for UK race relations than politicians (Daily Mail)

£180m wiped off M&S shares after clothes are criticised by Peel Hunt (Daily Mail)

Peas and blue cheese 'could stave off cancer, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's' (Daily Mail)

BBC's Great British Bake Off hits 20 different countries with unique twists (Daily Mail)

Refugee child dies after dinghy carrying 57 people breaks down off Greece (Daily Mail)

London Fashion Week looks that WON'T be making it off the runway (Daily Mail)

Housemaid has her hand chopped off by female Saudi Arabian employer (Daily Mail)

Child is thrown off a moped during crashand lands safely in another vehicle (Daily Mail)

Michael Adams accused of laundering money was ticked off in court for chewing gum (Daily Mail)

Eastbourne builders strip off every Friday and share photos on Facebook (Daily Mail)

Grimsby soldier fed up with plight of homeless veterans has opened up his house (Daily Mail)

Disabled Amanda Richard died in house fire after 24-hour care was cut (Daily Mail)

Stoke Golding man says metal part fell from plane and landed on house (Daily Mail)

Alabama guitar house that was on the market for $14m is now just $1 (Daily Mail)

Infinity pools, an indoor Jacuzzi and your own steam room: Inside the stunning Cape Town Spa House that has wowed design experts around the world (Daily Mail)

Princess Beatrice and Queen Rania of Jordan attend Women In The World Summit (Daily Mail)

Polish war veterans in the Second World War are reunited 70 years on (Daily Mail)

Did Back to the Future II predict the Chicago Cub's World Series success? (Daily Mail)

Janet Norridge killed herself after being sacked for watching Rugby World Cup (Daily Mail)

ISIS advances on Aleppo after Russian air strikes force other rebels to retreat (Daily Mail)

Video shows Syrian activists inside Palmyra after ISIS destroyed Arch of Triumph (Daily Mail)

Russian Hind helicopter gunships firing rockets at 'US-backed Syrian rebels' (Daily Mail)

Police launch probe into scandal-hit Stafford hospital over 'false statements' (Daily Mail)

Epping hospital advertising for SPIRITUAL HEALER slammed by experts (Daily Mail)

Adopted grandson of a former Conservative MP killed himself hours after a final family supper because he felt a failure ? (Daily Mail)

British soldier killed during the Battle of the Somme laid to rest in France (Daily Mail)

The aching loss of being a long distance Mummy: As thousands of people emigrate each year, the women left behind struggling to let go (Daily Mail)

M&S worker Charmaine Wakelin 'contracted HIV after being raped by colleague' (Daily Mail)

Odense Zoo in Denmark invites children to watch a lion being dissected (Daily Mail)

The brothers who can't speak outside their home: Bradley and Aaron are two of a growing number of children being diagnosed with selective mutism (Daily Mail)

Baby died after being born down toilet when medics failed to realise mother was in labour (Daily Mail)

JAN MOIR on PC Dave Phillips' murder and being a policeman's daughter (Daily Mail)

Terry Bishop's sentence for raping 5-year-old girl criticised for being soft (Daily Mail)

Hamster video shows rodent being taken for a walk on a LEASH in Japan (Daily Mail)

One of Britain's richest men has been slammed after his badly parked Range Rover blocked a BODY from being taken into an undertakers (Daily Mail)

Wil Handford dies of bowel cancer at 24 despite being in 'the shape of his life' (Daily Mail)

Spencer Stone was stabbed after 'protecting a girl being punched by her boyfriend (Daily Mail)

Dead chickens fired at the engine, stalling mid-air and bending the wings NINETY degrees: The extreme testing planes go through before being delivered (Daily Mail)

Sheila Currie died in Peter Thornburn's arms after being fatally wounded on cruise (Daily Mail)

I'll show them where the loot is buried: Hatton Garden raider, 58, claims he has been ignored by police after offering to take them to his share of the £20million haul (Daily Mail)

Argentinian woman claims to have filmed a 'GOBLIN' running past her toddler (Daily Mail)

Twitter claims there are 'challenges' to correcting typos in Tweets (Daily Mail)

Disabled ex-church worker claims people mistake him for paedophile Robert Newman (Daily Mail)

Tom Jones hits back at claims he's sexist (Daily Mail)

Forget black holes! Women are the biggest mystery in the universe, claims Stephen Hawking (Daily Mail)

Coca-Cola pouring millions into scientific research and healthy eating schemes 'to counter claims its drinks cause obesity' (Daily Mail)

Balmain x H&M collection LEAKED online after woman claims she hacked website (Daily Mail)

Apple's 'CHIPgate' claims iPhone 6s microchips affect battery life (Daily Mail)

Yorkshire boy needs plastic surgery after dog attack on his arm (Daily Mail)

Eugene Finney credits shark attack for saving his life after doctors discovered tumor (Daily Mail)