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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.
Where is North Korean leader Kim Jong-un?
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.
Can the Tories' 'National Teaching Service' save failing schools?
Thousands of NHS workers in England and Northern Ireland, including nurses, midwives and ambulance staff, will strike later in a dispute over pay.
Liberian officials appeal to medical staff not to strike over the risk fee paid to them for treating Ebola patients, as the health crisis continues.
Wider and more rapid powers of intervention to improve failing schools in England are being proposed by Prime Minister David Cameron.
Bolivia's President Evo Morales claims election victory and a third term in office, as votes are counted and exit polls show him winning.