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Thursday, 22nd October 2015

World News

Sword-wielding man attacks Swedish school (CBS News)

Israeli soldiers kill Jewish man mistaken for terrorist' (Washington Post - Paywall)

Masked man shot after fatal stabbing of teacher at Swedish school (Guardian)

Sweden 'sword school attacker' shot (BBC)

May condemns lack of black officers (BBC)

Russia to station military unit in the Arctic by 2018 (Washington Post - Paywall)

Man Shot Dead By Police After Standoff In St Neots, Cambridgeshire (Huffington Post)

German police warn of racist attacks on pro-refugee politicians (Reuters)

Five Injured, One Dead in Sword Attack at Swedish School (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Six killed in eastern Congo by suspected Ugandan rebels (Reuters)

Rio debutantes' ball pairs girls from favelas with military police video (Guardian)

Teacher killed in attack on Swedish school; attacker shot (Washington Post - Paywall)

Russia to have military unit stationed in the Arctic by 2018 (Fox News)

Power napping? World leaders and VIPs doze off (CNN)

Russia tweets pic of 'terrorist' Kal Penn (CNN)

Banksy 'Dismaland' Sign Vanishes, May End Up on eBay (NBC News)

Mediterranean Diet May 'Prevent Brain Shrinkage' And Slow Brain Ageing, Study Suggests (Huffington Post)

Golf and gluttony in the rough as China tees off against graft (Reuters)

Swedish officials: 1 teacher dead; 2 students, masked man seriously wounded in school attack (Washington Post - Paywall)

Migrant overload: Austrian police open barriers at center (Washington Post - Paywall)

Israeli Soldiers Kill Jewish Man Mistaken for Terrorist' (Time Magazine)

Manchester United's Schweinsteiger sues Chinese toymaker over 'Nazi doll' named 'Bastian' (Daily Express)

Theresa May: police forces are 'too white' (Guardian)

Slovenia asks for EU police help to regulate migrant flow (Reuters)

'There was a row, then we heard shooting' Police shot dead father after stand-off (Daily Express)

China communists ban golf membership (BBC)

U.S., Russia to Meet to Discuss Syria Crisis (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

South African president to meet student protesters (Washington Post - Paywall)

Swedish police cordon off scene of sword attack near school video (Guardian)

BREAKING: Masked attacker shot by cops after deadly school 'sword rampage' in Sweden (Daily Star)

Migrant overload: Austrian police open barriers at crowded collection point, influx continues (Fox News)

Masked Man Wielding Sword Attacks School In Sweden (Huffington Post)

China to take custody of Chinese couple in Philippine deaths (Washington Post - Paywall)

Vertical Farms Across the World (Newsweek Magazine)

Mets Sweep Cubs to Advance to World Series (NBC News)

South African president to meet university heads, students amid protests against tuition hikes (Fox News)

'It's an insult': Chinese property developers race to the top of London's skyline (Guardian)

Israeli shot dead in identity mishap (BBC)

Sweden sword attack: One killed and four students injured in attack on school (Daily Express)

How One Student Brought Electricity To A Tiny Remote Indian Village For The First Time Ever (Huffington Post)

Evil thug leaves ex-lover for dead after beating her up in front of his kids (Daily Star)

Moment terrified baby found by police after being LOCKED in daycare centre at closing time (Daily Express)

Russia says to build military base on contested Kurile Islands (Reuters)

How the world has changed in 50 years (CNN)

Yemen is shattered and peace seems a long way off. The world can't just watch on | Farea Al-Muslimi and Rafat Al-Akhali (Guardian)

French President Hollande heads to Athens as Greece seek debt relief (Fox News)

Eyewitness: Kamchatka, Russia (Guardian)

Vaping Hospitalised Man And Left Him With Hole In His Lung After E-Cigarette Leaked Burning Nicotine (Huffington Post)

Swedish police: Man attacks southern school, injures at least 1 person before they shot him (Fox News)

Mary Berry joins US Bake Off special (BBC)

Morgan defends World Cup fitness (BBC)

Man shot dead by armed police officer (BBC)

Jew Mistaken for 'Terrorist' Killed by Israeli Soldier (NBC News)

Philippines says handing China suspects in diplomats' shooting (Reuters)

Russia gives media a look at Syria air operations (Washington Post - Paywall)

Palestinians shot boarding kids' bus (CNN)

Teenager gets bail after police express fears he will be radicalised in jail (Guardian)

Labor says linking auto assistance to family payment cuts is 'blackmail' (Guardian)

New York Mets sweep Chicago Cubs, head to World Series (CBS News)

Jacky Sutton Was Not Murdered, Former BBC Journalist's Family Believes (Huffington Post)

Children thought they were off to Hogwarts after owl appeared in their fireplace (Daily Express)

The Latest: Fearing violence, police let 1,000 asylum seekers cross from Slovenia to Austria (Fox News)

South African University Students Clash With Police Over Tuition Hikes (Time Magazine)

Theresa May Says The Lack Of Diversity In Police Forces In England And Wales Is 'Not Good Enough' (Huffington Post)

Pictures Of The Day: The Best Images From Around The World On Thursday 22nd October 2015 (Huffington Post)

Girl, 13, Arrested In Connection With Murder After Man Stabbed To Death In Basildon (Huffington Post)

A rescued crow has taken over the life of the man who saved it (Daily Express)

BREAKING: 13-year-old girl arrested on suspicion of murder after man stabbed to death (Daily Express)

Brent Stirton's best photograph Congo wildlife rangers carry a dead silverback (Guardian)

10 refugees who changed the world (CNN)

South African president to meet students and university management Friday (Reuters)

ECB May Be Pressed Into More Stimulus (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Insurance guards Chinese do-gooders against scams by elderly (Washington Post - Paywall)

Assad's trip to Moscow bolsters sense he may survive war (Washington Post - Paywall)

Man shot dead by police after standoff in Cambridgeshire (Guardian)

Man shot dead by police during stand-off in Cambridgeshire (Daily Star)

The White House Condemns Vladimir Putin's Meeting with Syrian President Assad (Time Magazine)

Two Arab attackers stab Israeli and are shot by police in latest violence (Guardian)

Insurer tackles Chinese phenomenon: Scams by elderly against good Samaritans who help them (Fox News)

Israeli soldiers kill Jewish man mistaken for Palestinian assailant, police say (Fox News)

World Series: Mets sweep Cubs (CNN)

Senior UN official castigates World Bank over its approach to human rights (Guardian)

Israeli police say 2 Arab attackers stab Israeli and are shot in ongoing wave of violence (Fox News)

Fair Work president says he approved Michael Lawler's 200 days of leave (Guardian)

Chinese diplomats killed in Philippines (CNN)

Nauru police raid aid group over Australian detention centre leaks (Reuters)

Chicago Cubs Swept Out of Playoffs on the Day They Were Predicted to Win World Series in Back to the Future (Time Magazine)

No alcohol during pregnancy -- ever (CNN)

Mets Sweep Cubs to Reach World Series as Murphy Homers Again (Time Magazine)

The Family of a British Journalist Found Dead at a Turkish Airport Believes She Acted Alone (Time Magazine)

Mets Heading to World Series After Sweeping Cubs in NLCS (NBC News)

Police Officer Shot in Albuquerque; Suspect at Large (Newsweek Magazine)

China says Tibet officials must be 'fortress' against separatism (Reuters)

Bishops Likely to Deal Pope Setback on Family Issues (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Life after jail: India man cleared of terrorism starts teaching (BBC)

Swimmer Found Dead in Florida Was Killed By Alligator (NBC News)

2015 Likely to Be Hottest Year Ever Recorded (New York Times - Paywall)

Study: The Mediterranean Diet May Help Preserve a More Youthful Brain (Newsweek Magazine)

Lamar Odom and Khlo Kardashian Call Off Divorce (NBC News)

VIDEO: Is Russia's Putin turning back the clock? (BBC)

Marine pilot from San Diego base is killed in crash in Britain (Los Angeles Times)

Chinese President Xi Jinping Seals Multi-Billion Dollar Nuclear Power Deal With Britain (Newsweek Magazine)

Putin Uses Assad Visit to Talk Up Kremlin Role as Syria Political Broker (Newsweek Magazine)

South African police fire stun grenades as students march on parliament (Reuters)

Fires in Southeast Asia may be emitting more greenhouse gases than the entire U.S. (Los Angeles Times)

Syrian President Assad meets with Vladimir Putin in Moscow to discuss military operations (Los Angeles Times)

Protest Planned for Corey Jones, Man Killed by Florida Cop (Newsweek Magazine)

WikiLeaks Releases Hacked Emails from CIA Director John Brennan Including Sensitive Family Information (Newsweek Magazine)

World Briefing: Spanish Police Arrest Treasurer of Catalan Governing Party (New York Times - Paywall)

4-Year-Old Girl Killed in Albuquerque Road Rage Shooting (Newsweek Magazine)

Russia Adds Crimean Cultural Sites to Its Official Monuments List (Newsweek Magazine)

China Agrees to Deal for Major Stake in U.K. Nuclear Power Plant (Newsweek Magazine)

Bidens changing story on the raid that killed bin Laden (CBS News)

Britain to Grant China a Large Stake in Nuclear Industry (New York Times - Paywall)

Putin leverages air strikes in Assad visit (Financial Times - Paywall)

U.S. to Iraq: If Russia helps you fight ISIS, we cant (CBS News)

Putin challenges Nato in Mediterranean (Financial Times - Paywall)

Joe Biden Is Not Running for President (Newsweek Magazine)

Syrian President Assad makes surprise visit to Russia (CBS News)

Pilot killed after U.S. F-18 jet crashes in England (CBS News)

2 Chinese diplomats killed at restaurant in Philippines (Los Angeles Times)

Assad shows up to thank Putin for the save (CBS News)

China market regulator taps Stanford grad (Financial Times - Paywall)

U.S. and Russia solidify air safety agreement over Syria (Los Angeles Times)

South Africa's Oscar Pistorius leaves jail for life in family mansion (Los Angeles Times)

Indian trucker was killed over rumor that he was carrying beef (Los Angeles Times)

Eritrean mistaken for terrorist dies after being shot by Israeli guard, attacked by mob (Los Angeles Times)

China shows weakest economic growth in 6 years (Los Angeles Times)

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

Michelle Obama and Chinese counterpart name Washington Zoo's panda cub (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)

Ukraine crisis: Vladimir Putin 'told Kiev he may accept peacekeeping force in eastern region' (Independent)

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

Man died in 'excruciating' pain in jail after staff failed to provide medication, says lawsuit (Independent)

Catalan independence vote may push Spain into crisis (Independent)

Libyan government says Brit police and FBI can interview Lockerbie suspects (Daily Mail)

The four police forces who do not have a single black officer (Daily Mail)

Denbigh shopkeepers set up security patrols as they lose faith in police (Daily Mail)

Cambridgeshire Police shoot dead man on an estate in St Neots after armed stand-off (Daily Mail)

Durham Police uncover cannabis farm complete with rolled joints' in Consett (Daily Mail)

Car overturns to avoid hitting man in scene straight out of Casino Royale (Daily Mail)

Make way for his royal fakeness: Chinese man spent £9,000 building knockoff version of Queen's carriage (Daily Mail)

Bolton man jailed after snapping and punching an 11-year-old girl in the face (Daily Mail)

Russian man stabs his family after smoking drugs while depressed over debt (Daily Mail)

You may be at risk of cancer if you have more than 11 moles on your right arm (Daily Mail)

IRA pub bomb inquests may be re-opened after 40 years (Daily Mail)

David Cameron may create new peers to get tax credit cuts into law (Daily Mail)

WikiLeaks emails from head of CIA reveal he had treatment for mental health issues, warned US spying on own citizens may be illegal and that his own security firm had been 'disingenuous' in bid to win a contract (Daily Mail)

Florida cop shoots dead dog Duchess in front of her owner in video (Daily Mail)

Pathologist Nicole Angemi Instagrams pictures of dead bodies and fetuses (Daily Mail)

Experiment using dead mens' arms backs theory human fists evolved to fight (Daily Mail)

Palestinian stabs female Israeli soldier in the neck and is shot dead (Daily Mail)

F/A-18 jet explodes and crashes in Suffolk leaving pilot dead (Daily Mail)

Lesotho wife of genitalia mutilating husband in South Africa is shot dead (Daily Mail)

April Reeves killed as she cycled with her mother when she swerved into the road (Daily Mail)

2 Palestinians are shot in Israel after soldiers killed a JEW they thought was a 'terrorist' (Daily Mail)

Five injured after sword attack at Swedish school, suspect shot (Daily Mail)

First Lady of China suffers make-up mishap at Lord Mayor's banquet (Daily Mail)

Taiwan woman on China Airline flight 'snuck on to have baby on American soil' (Daily Mail)

Star Wars stormtroopers assemble at the Great Wall of China to promote movie (Daily Mail)

David Cameron slaps MP Hugo Swire on the bottom at China state banquet (Daily Mail)

Kate Middleton and Prince William meet Jackie Chan and Chinese president Xi Jinping (Daily Mail)

Syrian President Assad holds talks with Vladimir Putin in Moscow over Russia's air strikes (Daily Mail)

Who were Jeremy Corbyn and David Cameron talking about while waiting for President Xi (Daily Mail)

The Queen and Prince Philip bid farewell to Chinese president and first lady (Daily Mail)

The Queen and Prince Philip bid farewell to Chinese President and First Lady (Daily Mail)

Passion for pesto puts entire ecosystems in Russia in danger (Daily Mail)

Mac on... the Chinese President's state visit to the UK (Daily Mail)

61 wingsuit skydivers form diamond in the sky to create largest formation ever (Daily Mail)

Major General Patrick Sanders says UK won't go to war alone ever again (Daily Mail)

Should you ever give up on your dreams? Bel Mooney writes (Daily Mail)

Angela Rippon says 'no one will ever convince me I'm too old for leather' (Daily Mail)

Biggest ever 46 BILLION pixel interactive image of the Milky Way revealed (Daily Mail)

Hottest and largest ever double star system discovered (Daily Mail)

Career change pays off for Young Journalist of the Year winner Sandy Rashty (Daily Mail)

Khloe Kardashian calls off divorce from Lamar Odom as photos show her alongside star (Daily Mail)

La Trobe University staff in Melbourne believe crocodiles can shut off half of their brains (Daily Mail)

How being cut out of a will poisons your life forever and tears your family apart (Daily Mail)

New dads don't want shared parental leave, My Family Care says (Daily Mail)

Jacky Sutton's family say they accept that her death was suicide (Daily Mail)

As Kate Middleton's Lotus Flower steals the show, which royal family owns the best tiara? (Daily Mail)