Egypt has declared a three-month state of emergency on the Sinai Peninsula after a suicide car bomb attack killed more than 30 soldiers.
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New York and New Jersey are to begin automatically quarantining medical staff who return from areas badly affected by Ebola.
Johann Lamont has said she is resigning as leader of the Scottish Labour Party in a surprise announcement.
A senior Google executive has set a new record for the highest parachute jump at more than 135,000 feet (41,000 metres).
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has denied saying that Labour leader Ed Miliband cannot win the next General Election.
More than 800,000 refugees have crossed the border into Russia since the start of the year, according to the UN's refugee agency (UNHCR).
Growing calls for e-cigarettes to be banned in public risk sending smokers back to tobacco, an industry expert has told Sky News.
An axe attack on police officers in New York City was a "terrorist attack" by a self-radicalised recent convert to Islam, Police Chief Bill Bratton has said.
Two people have been charged in connection with the murder of a mother of five, who was stabbed to death while tending her horses in the New Forest.
Schools are being urged to hold lessons in body confidence as a new survey reveals that one in four Britons is depressed by their appearance.
A school student who went on a shooting spree before killing himself wrote a series of chilling tweets in the months before he ran amok with a gun.
One of Tesco's most prominent institutional shareholders has ditched its remaining stake in the company and cast doubt on the retailer's recovery prospects under its new chief executive.
Last week David Cameron was ambushed by Ed Miliband at Prime Minister's Questions when he wanted to talk about falling unemployment.
The US nurse diagnosed with Ebola after treating an infected man at a Dallas hospital has said she "feels fortunate and blessed to be standing here today", as she was declared free of the virus.</p
Sweden's military has suggested for the first time that more than one mystery vessel could have been operating in its waters - as it called off an extensive hunt.
The US is investigating claims that Islamic State militants have used chemical weapons against security forces in Iraq.
A man in Texas is causing some controversy after using ebola as a theme for Halloween decorations.
Asda has said it will "robustly defend" its record on equal pay amid revelations it is facing a legal action potentially involving thousands of workers.
Trials of a possible Ebola vaccine could begin in West Africa in December with the vaccine more widely available in the first half of next year.
Eleven people, including a 12-year-old boy and 15-year-old girl, have been arrested over the rape of a "vulnerable" woman in her own home.
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