HUAWEI: The White House has denied ordering a secret report clearing the telecom giant from espionage.
SCARY: A 20-year old Afghan women was beheaded by her mother-in-law for refusing to prostitute herself.
NOBEL: Mo Yan's recent award will boost literature development in China, experts say.
BOND: British intelligence agencies have launched new apprenticeship plans for young recruits.
VACAY: Despite Egypt's political instability, the country's tourism sector is going strong.
STROKE: Fidel Castro is reportedly in a near-vegetative state.
FP: Some important foreign policy notes to peruse before Monday's presidential debate.