A two-year-old girl who was both Mali's first confirmed Ebola case and then death may have exposed 'many people' to the disease as she travelled by bus through the country, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Friday.
Egypt declared a three-month state of emergency would begin Saturday in the north and centre of the Sinai Peninsula and closed the border with the Gaza Strip after a suicide car bombing killed 30 soldiers.
Alarmed by the case of an Ebola-infected New York doctor, the governors of New Jersey and New York on Friday ordered a mandatory, 21-day quarantine for all travelers who have had contact with the disease in West Africa.
The World Health Organization (WHO) set out plans on Friday for speeding up development and deployment of experimental Ebola vaccines, saying hundreds of thousands of doses should be ready for use in West Africa by the middle of 2015.
Angered by EU criticism of Italy's proposed budget for 2015, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has warned that his government is "going to have some fun" publishing details of the cost of European institutions.
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