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Thousands of people have marched through the streets of the US city of St Louis on the second day of protests against police violence.
Teachers should take a public oath committing themselves to the values of their profession, suggests Labour's Tristram Hunt.
Screening passengers for Ebola at two UK airports and at Eurostar stations is a "political gesture", a senior consultant says in an email seen by the BBC.
The UN special envoy on Ebola David Nabarro tells the BBC he hopes the Ebola outbreak can be brought under control within three months.
A "specialist" team of 12 UK soldiers are training Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq, the Ministry of Defence says.
A memorial service for Alan Henning, who was murdered by Islamic State militants in Syria, is to take place in Manchester.
The situation in Kobane, the northern Syrian town under attack from IS militants, remains "dangerous," says US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel.
Russian President Vladimir Putin orders the withdrawal of thousands of troops stationed near the Ukrainian border, Russian media report.
Some bodies found in shallow graves are not those of 43 students who went missing after clashes with police in Iguala, the state governor says.
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Two men have been stabbed while travelling on a Tube train in north-west London, British Transport Police say.
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The first minister asks for an investigation into allegations that the Treasury disclosed market-sensitive information about RBS.
The US carries out further airstrikes against extremists from Islamic State, who have besieged the Syrian town of Kobane for nearly a month.
A national exercise takes place to test how the UK would deal with a potential outbreak of the Ebola virus.