ISIS doesn't represent us :: Young British Muslims open up about ISIS and how they feel terror group should be dealt with. CNN's Isa Soares reports.
This is made of Lego? :: Lego artist Nathan Sawaya's touring exhibition "The Art of the Brick" has finally arrived in London.
Scenes from the field ::
The brightest supermoon :: The second installment of this summer's season of supermoons is happening Sunday.
In pictures: Hong Kong protest art :: Creativity on the streets of Hong Kong
From silver mine to wet plate :: From silver mine to wet plate in Peru
Liberia: We need 85,000 body bags :: The nation hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak is running low on supply
Getting to know Hue, Vietnam ::
VIDEO: 'Rotten' kiss and sign off on live TV :: Presenter Andrew Neil has unexpected help from John Lydon as he signs off the live political programme This Week.
Would you pay $250k for this bling phone? :: These smartphones come with 18-carat white gold casing and diamonds.
How SARS offers lessons for Ebola :: With Ebola outbreak far from contained, did the world learn lessons after the SARS pandemic?
The coral reefs' last stand :: The coral reefs in Southeast Asia's Coral Triangle off the coast of Indonesia's Sulawesi Island.
'I'm from Xinjiang' :: A Uyghur photographer seeks to dispel stereotypes about people from his home region.
Jimmy Fallon, Brad Pitt break dance :: On "The Tonight Show," host Jimmy Fallon and actor Brad Pitt performed a break dancing routine.
Halle Berry designs for end to hunger :: Hunger isn't glamorous, but Michael Kors and Halle Berry are using the power of fashion and Hollywood to help the U.N. World Food Programme provide meals for children around the world.
What if your business is called ISIS? :: Dean Obeidallah says lots of businesses and products are called Isis, like the terror group. Should owners risk losing customers or change the name?
VIDEO: Tech review: This week's headlines :: A French bank allows its customers to pay people via tweets, plus other technology news
Uyghur portraits: 'I'm from Xinjiang' :: A Uyghur photographer seeks to dispel stereotypes about people from his home region.
DLF files appeal against regulatory ban :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/Csp-L_vZicc/story01.htm
Actress Misty Upham found dead :: A family spokeswoman confirms that a body found in a ravine near Seattle is 32-year-old actress Misty Upham.
Uganda clerics: Is gay OK? :: Religious leaders' views on homosexuality may surprise you.
Former Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa gets bail in graft case :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/o2Xaz1XBpus/story01.htm
The agony and ecstasy of UK recovery :: The agony and ecstasy of UK recovery
Activists blockade Australian port :: Hundreds of South Pacific climate change protestors use canoes and surfboards to disrupt shipments of coal from a port north of Sydney.
Where has 'Super' Mario gone? :: Offloaded by AC Milan, Balotelli struggles to fulfill his potential.
Banned: Property tycoon KP Singh, who built India's first 'smart' city :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/vwphrh8ygRE/story01.htm
Day in pictures: 17 October :: 24 hours of news images: 17 October
U.S. tourist trapped in London bookstore :: There's nothing like getting stuck into a good book -- but getting stuck in a good book store is a different matter.
Chinese tourists 'ogle' at North Korea :: A smuggler in Dandong claims the border town is crawling with spies.
Prehistoric kangaroos walked like us :: A giant relative of the kangaroo with the face of a rabbit ambled around the Australian outback 100,000 years ago, according to a new study. Instead of hopping around like its modern cousin, it walked upright, one foot in front of the other, like a human.