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Fresh fighting in key Syrian town

Fierce fighting breaks out in the Syrian town of Kobane, ending two days of relative calm after defenders pushed back Islamic State militants.

Ebola-hit nations get key supplies

Vital supplies to tackle Ebola are beginning to arrive in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone - the worst-hit countries, Ghana's president says.

Gough Whitlam dies at the age of 98

Former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, credited with transforming Australian society in the 1970s, has died at the age of 98.

Exiled Nazis collected US benefits

The US has paid dozens of exiled Nazi war criminals millions of dollars in social benefits after forcing them to leave the country, a new report finds.

Magnum photographer Rene Burri dies

Celebrated Swiss photographer Rene Burri who took pictures of the likes of Che Guevara and Pablo Picasso for the Magnum agency dies aged 81.

Amnesty deplores abuses in Ukraine

Amnesty International finds evidence of atrocities committed by both warring sides in eastern Ukraine, but not on the scale reported by Russia.

Bodies of seven women found in US

A man in the US state of Indiana confessed to a motel murder and directed police where to find more bodies - and six more were found.

Sweden steps up 'mystery sub' hunt

Sweden steps up its search in waters off Stockholm and tells some civilian vessels to leave the area amid suspicions of a Russian submarine.

Thai accused of dead king insult

Two retired army officers complain about comments made by academic Sulak Sivaraksa about King Naresuan, who died more than 400 years ago

Pakistan suspends pro-Khan channel

Pakistan's authorities suspend ARY News TV channel, which supports anti-government protests led by opposition politician Imran Khan, for 15 days.

Benghazi suspect pleads not guilty

Ahmed Abu Khattala, the suspected ringleader of the September 2012 raid on a US diplomatic post in the Libyan city of Benghazi, has pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Google changes 'to fight piracy'

Google will alter search results in an effort to fight online piracy, pointing users to legal download sites and demoting known pirates.

Sex emerged in ancient Scottish lake

The first animals to copulate were small fish that lived 385 million years ago in what is now Scotland, a study suggests.

China says no to Dumbledore

Chinese state media urge citizens to think carefully when choosing an English name.

Hannah Graham suspect charge in rape

Jesse Matthew, the suspect in the disappearance of British-born student Hannah Graham, is charged with abducting and raping another woman in 2005.

UN hits at Detroit water shutoffs

UN human rights officials call for Detroit to restore water service to poor customers who are in arrears on their bills.

Federal police sent to Mexico towns

Mexican federal police are put in charge of security in towns surrounding Iguala, the city where 43 students went missing more than three weeks ago.

Chile arrests former Pinochet aide

Chile arrests Col Cristian Labbe, former aide to ex-military leader Augusto Pinochet, over the killings of 13 political prisoners in the 1970s.

Zambia's Sata goes for health check

Zambia's President Michael Sata, 77, flies abroad for a medical check-up amid persistent speculation that he is seriously ill.

African solar plan to power UK homes

Investors are seeking funding from the UK government for an ambitious plan to import solar energy generated in North Africa.

Sri Lanka calls early elections

Sri Lanka will hold early presidential elections in January, a government minister says, with President Mahinda Rajapaksa expected to seek a third term.

Player dies after goal celebration

Indian footballer Peter Biaksangzuala dies from the injuries he suffered after landing awkwardly when he celebrated a goal.

Brits my boss, not Barroso, says PM

David Cameron promises to set out plans by Christmas to further curb the rights of EU migrants after European Commission head Jose Manuel Barroso warns of risks

UKIP's alliance in Europe rescued

A Polish MEP joins the UK Independence Party's Eurosceptic grouping, restoring its status in the European Parliament.

Four held 'over Iran acid attacks'

Iranian police arrest four men following a string of acid attacks against women allegedly for not following the country's strict dress code.

Iraq approves Australia anti-IS unit

Australia closes a deal to allow 200 special forces into Iraq to train local troops to fight against Islamic State, after a month-long legal row.

Some paedophiles 'won't be charged'

Some of the UK's estimated 50,000 paedophiles with images of child abuse will escape prosecution, the head of the National Crime Agency says.

Actress Lynda Bellingham dies at 66

Tributes are paid to British actress and TV presenter Lynda Bellingham, who has died at the age of 66 after suffering colon cancer.

AbbVie and Shire terminate merger

US firm AbbVie announces it has abandoned its talks with UK drugmaker Shire after a new US rule discouraging mergers that would lower a US firm's tax rate.

Apple's iphone sales boost earnings

Apple reports third-quarter earnings of $8.47bn (£5.24bn), beating analysts' expectations, helped by sales of its new iPhone models.


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