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North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un is healthy, the country's ambassador says, despite the leader's non-appearance in public since September.
A Viking treasure trove thought to be worth a six-figure sum is unearthed in a field in Dumfriesshire by a man using a metal detector.
A new species of mussel has been found in the UK which could be hugely damaging to British wildlife.
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Northern Soul looks set for a cultural revival, thanks to a film which has gathered some unexpected momentum.
By-elections cost more per constituency and per voter than general elections.
The South African athlete Oscar Pistorius will return to court for sentencing after being convicted of killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Turkey has agreed to let the US use its military bases in the campaign against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria, senior US officials say.
Influential Brazilian environmentalist Marina Silva backs opposition candidate Aecio Neves against Dilma Rousseff in the presidential poll run-off.
Monday's papers give plenty of space to UKIP's latest offer to the Conservatives, and there is reflection in various stories on the state of the health service.
Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa will reopen the rail link between the capital, Colombo, and Jaffna in the country's north.
More than 4,000 health service support workers in Northern Ireland are to go on strike over pay later.
The BBC's John Sudworth heard from one pro-democracy protester in Hong Kong that she would be prepared to resist the police if they started to use force.
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Police in Hong Kong remove some barricades erected by pro-democracy protesters, saying they want to clear roads in the business district.
China's exports and imports rose well above market expectations in September, as its trade surplus more than doubled, data showed on Monday.
Typhoon Vongfong, the strongest storm to hit Japan this year, makes landfall on Kyushu, after injuring more than 30 on Okinawa island.
Calls to the NHS's non-emergency 111 phone line are to be screened to identify possible Ebola sufferers, the health secretary says.
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