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Shady hacking group claims responsibility for major cyberattack
“We didn’t do this to attract federal agents, only test power.”

Super-Pharm taking steps to sell medical marijuana
Israel’s largest pharmacy chain is working with the government to implement reform that would make medical marijuana more widely available.

Islamists kill senior Egyptian officer
Suspected Islamist terrorists gun down a senior Egyptian army officer near his home in Cairo.

Bill would forbid Israelis from speaking to UN
Coalition chairman to promote a bill that would forbid Israelis from appearing before international bodies with operational powers.

Morsi's prison sentence confirmed
Egyptian court confirms 20-year prison sentence against former Islamist president over killings of protesters.

'One on One' with Alan Dershowitz
Watch: Leading Jewish-American attorney and activist answers questions of ILTV viewers.

Aleppo attacked after truce expires
Heavy clashes erupt in Aleppo after unilateral ceasefire announced by Russia expires.

Hamas terrorist killed in tunnel collapse
Hamas terrorist killed in Gaza after an underground tunnel collapsed on him.

UNESCO to vote on yet another anti-Israel resolution
Vote expected on Wednesday on another resolution ignoring the Jewish connection to the Temple Mount.

Israel thwarts plot to blow up wedding hall
Terrorists also allegedly conspired to abduct and murder IDF soldiers.

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Blasts injure people in Japanese city
Two explosions have injured at least three people in a park area of the Japanese city of Utsunomiya, emergency services say.

Newspaper headlines: Calais children, 'warring princes' and 'relocating' banks
Claims of a royal row over the future role of Prince Andrew's daughters and reports banks are set to relocate after the Brexit vote attract headlines on Sunday.

AT&T announces it will buy Time Warner for nearly $86bn
The US telecoms giant AT&T announces that it will buy entertainment group Time Warner for nearly $86bn (£70bn), but the deal still needs regulators' approval.

Northolt armed stand-off: Second night of talks
Armed police spend a second night locked in a stand-off with a man thought to be in possession of "dangerous items".

Nuisance call bosses to face £500,000 fines
Company directors could be fined up to £500,000 if their business is behind nuisance phone calls, under government moves to clamp down on the problem.

Doctors' leaders call for prescription drug helpline
Doctors' leaders are calling for the urgent introduction of a 24-hour helpline for prescription drug dependence.

Calais children: Children without UK links among 70 new arrivals
Seventy migrant children from Calais, including the first group without relatives in Britain being brought to the UK under the so-called Dubs amendment, arrive in the country.

Darragh MacIntyre: The kids who have to sew to survive
Panorama has gone undercover in Istanbul and found evidence that Syrian refugee children are making clothes for leading British brands.

Winter chill
Poles prepare to fight their corner to defend freedom of movement as EU countries gear up for Brexit negotiations with the UK.

Mosul: Turkey insists its forces 'cannot remain idle'
Turkey insists that it cannot remain idle during the fight to drive militants from so-called Islamic State from the Iraqi city of Mosul.

Mark Rylance in RSC sponsor row
Actor Mark Rylance explains why he is unlikely to perform at the RSC while BP remains among its sponsors.

Bricked up
An 1846 short story about a horrific revenge is perhaps the unlikeliest social media trend of the moment.

Body count
The Netflix drama, Narcos, about the infamous Colombian drug trafficker Pablo Escobar, cites a shocking statistic on the human cost of the drugs trade. But is it true?

Saddest job?
What is it like being a midwife specialising in baby deaths?

CEO Secrets: Tattoo queen Kat Von D shares her tips
Tattoo parlour boss and cosmetics entrepreneur Kat Von D shares her CEO Secrets.

Theo Leggett: Should Heathrow and Gatwick both get new runways?
Theo Leggett looks at the case for expanding both Heathrow and Gatwick airports

Liverpool 2-1 West Bromwich Albion
Goals from Sadio Mane and Philippe Coutinho help Liverpool beat West Brom 2-1 to move second in the Premier League.

Left behind?
BBC Newsnight's Gabriel Gatehouse reports from Youngstown, Ohio on the appeal of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

'Fill your boots!'
The My Shop series visits Ziferblat in Manchester, a kind of cafe that charges you six pence a minute for the time you spend there.

In pictures
A look at some of the events in the world of entertainment and arts over the past week, including Little Mix, Anna Kendrick and the new Voice UK coaches.

European Track Championships: Katie Archibald wins omnium for second title
British Olympic champion Katie Archibald wins omnium gold to earn her second title at the European Track Championships in Paris.

Tube alert: Police given more time to hold suspect
Counter-terror police investigating the discovery of a suspicious item on a Tube train are granted a warrant to hold a man for further questioning.

The Titanic locker key that sold for £85,000
A key which opened a life jacket locker on the Titanic sells for £85,000.

US election: Trump outlines plan for first 100 days
Donald Trump outlines what he would do in his first 100 days if became president, including moves to start deporting up to two million people.

Lewis Hamilton beats Nico Rosberg to United States GP pole
Lewis Hamilton beats Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to pole position at the United States Grand Prix.

Titanic locker key sold for £85,000 at auction
A key to a locker which held life-jackets on the Titanic sells for £85,000 at an auction in Devizes.

Semi-naked British man found dead outside Malaga airport
Spanish police investigate the death of a 51-year-old British man whose semi-naked body was found tied to a bench outside Malaga airport.

Dad risks arrest to plant Oxford Street tree
Arabella, aged seven, asked her dad to plant a tree in London's Oxford Street to replace one that was vandalised.

Drone captures rare whale footage
Canadian scientists use drones to capture rare whale footage in the Arctic.

Wonder Woman upsets UN workers
United Nations workers have spoken out against the decision to make Wonder Woman an honorary ambassador.

'We ran all the way': Escape from IS
People from Mosul villages speak of how they fled IS and a raging battle

Paul Moss: Tartan blood and Scottish independence
As plans for another independence referendum are unveiled, Paul Moss examines whether Scots have a stronger sense of identity.

Week in pictures: 15-21 October 2016
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.

Back from the brink
Pop star Phil Collins is back, after a disastrous attempt at retirement spiralled into alcoholism.

'Very sad' Canadian minister on collapse of trade deal
A trade deal between the EU and Canada is on the brink of collapse because a Belgian region with a population of just 3.6 million objects.

Africa's top shots: 14-20 October 2016
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.

What's behind plan to move San Francisco homeless?
Wealthy San Francisco tech investors are bankrolling a law to ban the city's homeless from pitching tents - will it work?

Which Sirs have had their knighthoods taken away?
As MPs back calls for Sir Philip Green to be stripped of his knighthood, we look at figures from the past who have lost the honour.

At-a-glance - Draft Scottish Independence Referendum bill
The key points from the Scottish government's draft legislation consultation on a second independence referendum.

Your pictures: Bricks
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "bricks".

Sculpture by the Sea
The Sydney coastline has been enlivened by the annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition, this year featuring a gigantic flip flop and an upside down rhino.

Octopus hunters
The white beaches of Zanzibar’s coast are home to the octopus hunters, in search of the delicacy.

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