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A Palestinian suspected of shooting prominent Jewish activist Yehuda Glick in Jerusalem is killed in a gun-battle with Israeli police.
Barclays reports profits of £3.72bn for the first nine months of the year as it sets aside £500m relating to "investigations" into foreign exchange trading.
The Liberal Democrat minister responsible for tackling drug use, Norman Baker, says the government should look at drug abuse as a health issue.
There is no link between how tough penalties are and the level of drug use, a Home Office study of global drug policies suggests.
Jim Murphy says he is seeking a "fresh start for Scotland and the Labour Party" as he confirms he will stand for leadership of the party in Scotland.
The House of Commons is to debate government policy on drugs, with MPs from all parties calling for a review of 40-year old legislation on drug misuse.
With most Nato members intent on cutting defence spending, Mark Urban asks the alliance's new chief Jens Stoltenberg how he can stop it becoming an association of broken promises.
A prison with more than 2,000 inmates will have a "knock-on" effect on local health and NHS services, which will need more funding, says a watchdog.
A deal for Wales to receive £2bn in European aid between 2014 and 2020 is formally agreed.
As Hollywood targets China's growing box office, the country's filmmakers are looking to develop its own industry amid strict censorship.
The chief executive and four trustees of the Disabled Police Officers Association of Northern Ireland have been suspended.
The American envoy to inter-party talks, Gary Hart, is to have another round of talks in Belfast later.
The government's strategy on illegal drugs, tax pledges and care for the elderly are among the stories on the front pages.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan breaks his silence to confirm that he will run again in February's elections, his office says.
A pilot for Flybe was removed from a plane and arrested on suspicion of being over the drink drive limit just before he was due to fly.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto meets the families of 43 students who went missing more than a month ago, sparking nationwide protests.
A nurse who cared for Ebola patients in Sierra Leone is fighting the US state of Maine over its right to quarantine her against her will.
Some 50,000 relics have been discovered in Mexico in the ancient city of Teotihuacan, archaeologists have said.
Microsoft unveils a wearable device that can track a user's sleep and exercise as well connect to a fitness tracking service on smartphones.
A legal challenge to government plans to privatise some probation services in England and Wales is launched by the probation officers' union Napo.