On Saturday, the Independent reported that the families of 4 military policemen who were murdered by a mob in Iraq 11 years ago are seeking a fresh inquest. | Various papers reported that airwaves used by the MOD are to be sold off to boost broadband services for smartphones and tablets. | Various papers reported that military widows who find new love will no longer lose their pension. | Various papers reported that a decorated soldier was banned from wearing his medals while giving evidence in court. | The Independent reported that the UN's Ebola chief says an 'extraordinary' global response over the past month has made him hopeful the outbreak could end in 2015. | On Sunday, there was widespread coverage of the Remembrance Services taking place at the Cenotaph in London and across the Country. | Various papers reported that the Prime Minister said he wants the UK to 'begin erecting a new national memorial to the contribution made in Afghanistan and Iraq'. | The Daily Mail reported that a Royal Marine has been awarded one of Britain’s highest bravery awards after making a desperate attempt to save his best friend during a diving exercise. | Various papers reported that Prince Harry returned to Afghanistan to take part in a Remembrance Service in Kandahar. | The Sunday Times reported that support ship RFA Argus is a 'hive of activity' as Britain continues to play a prominent role in the fight against the Ebola outbreak. | The Sunday Times reported that an Afghanistan war veteran who became a commercial fisherman after losing both legs in a bomb blast claims he has been forced off the water by a Government agency. | The Sunday Times reported that the British Army admits it suffered a blow to its reputation and lost the trust of its American allies during the aftermath of the Iraq War, according to a leaked internal document. | The Sunday Times reported that military chiefs are facing calls to boost the recruitment of ethnic minority soldiers. | Today, the Telegraph reports that the Chief of the Defence Staff admitted that while financial pressures would remain in the future, he would oppose further cuts to Armed Forces number from 'inside the system'. | Various papers report that the Ebola virus is being tested on animals at Porton Down.