New Ebola mutation may infect patients without making them ill, making transmission more likely
Liberia to receive the first batch, but experts warn it may be difficult to establish its efficacy
US gained access to North Korean networks in 2010, leaving Obama in 'no doubt' about Sony attackers
Before and after images show devastation of 'catastrophic proportions' and one town almost wiped off the map
Number of new cases of Ebola at its lowest levels in months, but people are still dying
Lack of international support, political inertia and inherent corruption are to blame for bloodshed
Most people trying to cross the Mediterranean without papers come through the lawless north African state of Libya
Death toll from Ebola continues to rise as the organisation admits it 'failed to see the writing on the wall'
Conservationists warn that giraffes are increasingly being targeted for their 'deliciously sweet' meat
UN chief says Ebola could still spread beyond West Africa, where it kills 200 people per week
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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