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Passengers arriving at Heathrow airport from Ebola-affected countries have been screened by health officials for symptoms of the virus.
Bolivian leader Evo Morales says he will not run for a fourth term as president in 2020, as exit polls suggest he has been re-elected for a third time.
Turkish warplanes bomb Kurdish rebels near the Iraqi border, in the first major air raid since the PKK declared a ceasefire in 2013.
Previously unseen pictures of the ill-fated Titanic have gone on display in Belfast, the city where she was built and launched.
Pete Wishart says the debate on more powers for the Scottish government is being turned into a spat on English laws.
Ros Altman, the government's tsar for older people, explains proposed changes to pensions rules.
North Korean state television reports on what is though to be leader Kim Jong-un's first public appearance after a five-week absence.
A plea to postpone the start of the pre-trial hearings of two Burmese men charged with the murder of two UK tourists in Thailand has been rejected.
The fifth series opener of US drama The Walking Dead is watched by 17.3 million people, breaking cable viewing records.
Could change of tactics save lives of IS captives?
Regulator runs risk in trying to curb shadow banking
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has made his first public appearance since 3 September, the country's official news agency says.
Luggage belonging to some of the passengers who were on board the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 has been recovered from the crash site.
The Ebola epidemic threatens the "very survival" of societies and could lead to failed states, the World Health Organization (WHO) warns.
Computer programmer John Doyle beat off stiff competition from 176 people to take the the title in the 48th World Conker Championships.
US public health workers "would not be surprised" to see additional Ebola infections among hospital staff, a senior US official says.
Luis Suarez scores his first Uruguay goals since the World Cup finals and his biting ban in a 3-0 friendly win over Oman.
Recognising Palestine as a state would be a "symbolically important" step towards peace, MPs are told.
A number of homes are evacuated due to a security alert in the Ballyarnett area of Londonderry.
Scientists are warning that an army of shrimps and mussels from Turkey and Ukraine is poised to invade Britain's waterways and kill off native species.