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  1. He had the right to die. But could he?Read the original story w/Photo

    49 min ago | The Indianapolis Star

    Clockwise from top: Dr. Rajiv Goel, Dr. Sarla Goel, Dr. Arun Goel and Malini Goel celebrate Arun and Sarla's birthdays at the end of 2013. That gentle stroke of her fingertips was more than just a tender gesture between father and daughter.


  2. Experts: It was a busy, black-eye year for disease controlRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Deseret News

    In this Oct. 21, 2014, file photo, health workers transport the body of a person suspected to have died of the Ebola virus in Port Loko Community, situated on the outskirts of Freetown, Sierra Leone. Previous Ebola outbreaks numbered in the hundreds.


  3. U.N. Reports More Than 7,000 Ebola Deaths Since MarchRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | WNYC-AM New York

    The number of people who have died from the worst-ever outbreak of Ebola has crossed the 7,000 mark, the World Health Organization reports, after it recorded another 392 deaths from its previous total of 6,900 earlier this week. The total number of infected, nearly all of them in West Africa, is at 19,031, up from 18,569 in the previous report .


  4. The strangest places that Aussies holidayRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago |

    AUSSIES made some rather obscure choices when it came to taking holidays this year with one destination growing by more than 900 per cent. So where did we go? YOU know that passenger who really got on your nerves during your last flight? Chances are, you are that person to someone else.


  5. Canadian health care workers deployed to Sierra Leone to help with Ebola outbreakRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Globe and Mail

    A view of an Ebola treatment unit in Freetown on December 19, 2014, where UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon paid a visit, part of his tour of West African countries worst hit by the Ebola virus. A group of 40 Canadian Armed Forces health-care workers and support staff have been deployed to Sierra Leone to begin working at an Ebola treatment facility.


  6. Top five healthcare stories of the yearRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Hill

    It was a frenetic year in the healthcare world as ObamaCare took root and Ebola fears swept the country. While the healthcare law survived a rough first year, the Obama administration was faced with new uncertainty as the Supreme Court decided to consider the validity of the insurance subsides it provides.


  7. Delivering good news in West AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | World Magazine

    Jesus was born so He could grow, suffer, die, and save all who believe in Him. For 2,000 years Christians have undergone hardship to deliver that good news of salvation to those who would otherwise die in their sins.


  8. Volcano Village inn owners set to retireRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Honolulu Advertiser

    Kilauea Lodge, a landmark hotel and restaurant that was originally a YMCA camp, was put on the market recently with an asking price of $5.9 million. Owners Lorna and Albert Jeyte, who transformed the establishment, formerly known as the Volcano Lodge restaurant, into an award-winning country inn, say the business has been their life for more than a quarter century and they are hoping to retire and spend more time with family.


  9. US rapprochement with Cuba is long overdueRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Nation

    The United States has finally come around to admitting that sanctions against Cuba haven't worked and that it was time to adopt a new approach: normalisation and engagement. With the help of the Vatican, which facilitated secret talks between the US and Cuban governments over the past 18 months, President Barack Obama on Wednesday announced that Washington will restore full diplomatic relations with the Communist country, a tiny island nation that has been on the American psyche as long as anybody can think of.


  10. Branswell: Canadian Forces medics head to Sierra Leone to fight EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Crofs Blogs

    The federal government says Canadian Armed Forces health-care workers and support staff will travel to Sierra Leone on Saturday to begin an Ebola-related mission. As well, the government says a second mobile testing laboratory and the scientists who operate it will travel to Sierra Leone to service a new Doctors Without Borders management centre at Magburaka.


  11. Christian Atsu in danger of missing 2015 AFCON as Ghana winger is now ruled out until January 10Read the original story

    9 hrs ago |

    Christian Atsu is in danger of missing out on Ghana's squad for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations with news he is now expected to be out until January 10, THREE days after the deadline for squad submission for next year's tournament. The 22-year-old was initially diagnosed to be out for just 10 days but it appears his injury situation has aggravated.


  12. Tour agents: N. Korea may soon lift Ebola restrictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Daily Journal

    In this Oct. 27, 2014 photo, medical personnel in protective suits stand by an ambulance at the Sunan International Airport in Pyongyang, North Korea. North Korea, never a country to take the threat of foreign invasion lightly, has been under virtual lockdown since October to keep the Ebola virus from crossing its borders.


  13. 'Nut rage' gives Hawaii macadamia nuts a boostRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    A Korean Air Lines executive's tantrum over bagged nuts in a first-class cabin is drawing enough attention to give Hawaii's $38 million macadamia nut industry a boost. Cho Hyun-ah, an airline vice president of cabin service and daughter of the company's chairman, ordered a flight attendant off a Dec. 5 flight from New York City after she was served macadamia nuts in a bag instead of on a plate.


  14. Six Big Themes in Obama's Year-End Press ConferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Wall Street Journal

    Mr. Obama described the "general theme" of the end of the year: "We've gone through difficult times" but "things get better." President Barack Obama held his final press conference of the year on Friday, touching on the successes of 2014 and looking ahead to his remaining two years in office.


  15. Beware of fake football agentsRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | In-depth Africa

    It's not news that we have so many young Nigerians with the dream of becoming a professional football players. Most of them are often seen attempting to travel abroad all in the quest for professional football careers and many that have managed to cross the shores of the country have a lot to tell you when you meet them outside the country.


  16. Canadian Forces medics, 2nd mobile lab heading to Sierra Leone for Ebola fightRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Brandon Sun

    The federal government says Canadian Armed Forces health-care workers and support staff will travel to Sierra Leone on Saturday to begin an Ebola-related mission. As well, the government says a second mobile testing laboratory and the scientists who operate it will travel to Sierra Leone to service a new Doctors Without Borders management centre at Magburaka.


  17. The write stuff: Linda Cracknell and Cate JamesRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago |

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. BASED in Edinburgh's Sick Kids, this heart-warming seasonal tale by Linda Cracknell tells of a hospital cleaner's interest in the Ebola crisis, a seemingly lonely young girl, and the connections his kindness enables It was break time in our basement tea-room when the TV news came on - another suicide bombing, rammies over pre-Christmas A bargains, and then the Ebola outbreak, the Band Aid fundraising.


  18. Design a Wildlife Center in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Dirt

    At nearly 19,000 square kilometers, Kruger National Park, which spans both South Africa and Mozambique, is one of the largest wildlife preserves in Sub Saharan Africa. It's home to thousands of highly endangered elephants, lions, leopards, and rhinoceroses.


  19. Ebola-Stricken Families to Receive Cash PaymentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Hawa Musa with her mother and children. Musa used to rent rooms for income, but no one wants to rent her rooms anymore.


  20. The Savvy Plan to Combat Malaria With Mobile PhonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wired

    Martin Edlund likes to say that malaria may one day be the first disease beaten by mobile phones. Yes, he happens to be the CEO of the non-profit Malaria No More, so he has to say stuff like that.