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2nd Texas health care worker tests positive to Ebola

Another healthcare worker at the Texas Presbyterian Hospital has tested positive to Ebola, several days after having a nurse, Nina Pham, tested positive. The brand new case can also be one particular who attended to late Thomas Eric Duncan, the ...

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First Dallas nurse to contract Ebola in The U.S has been identified.

The Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola while treating Liberian Thomas Eric Duncan at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, has been identified as 26 year old Nina Pham. Nina, based on report, was among over 50 staff of a medical facility ...

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Ebola Virus kills UN Aids worker in Germany

A United Nation Aids worker who was simply being treated for Ebola at the St George clinic in Leipzig, Germany has died. The unidentified UN worker who was simply flown back again to Germany from Liberia  the other day after ...

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Russia Not Going to Ask Anyone to Cancel Sanctions: Kremlin

  Russia isn’t seeking to have sanctions imposed on the nation lifted, presidential aide Yury Ushakov said Thursday. “We’re not planning to ask one to cancel the sanctions,” Ushakov said at a briefing. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov shares an ...

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No Official Information on Ukrainian & Dutch Agreements to Search MH17 Site: Official

Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman told RIA Novosti Monday he had no official informative data on the purported agreements that Ukraine and the Netherlands have in place concerning the investigation by the Ukrainian search teams into the crash site. “We ...

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Iran’s Supreme Leader speaks, says US & Britain Created IS Terrorist Group

The Supreme Leader of Iran Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei claimed Monday that the United States and the United Kingdom were accountable for the creation of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group. “They [the United States and the United Kingdom] created ...

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Correctional Services Specialist Urges Community work for Pistorius In place of Incarceration

Correctional services officer Joel Maringa has told the court on Monday that South African amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius must be afflicted by four years of community work as opposed to incarceration. “Basically, the issue here is that not only retribution ...

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Ebola Virus is now Officially spreading in the US.

 Dallas Health worker contracts Ebola  Appears like Ebola has relocated to the US. A health worker who helped in the treating Liberian man, Thomas Eric Duncan, who died on Wednesday October 8th, at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Dallas, has ...

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Around 450,000 Healthcare Personnel to Strike in UK, Asking Higher Pay

© Fotobank.ru/Getty Images/ Dan Kitwood About 450,000 National Health Service (NHS) workers are likely to strike over pay in England Monday. “NHS staff across England are on strike for fair pay from 7am to 11am [06:00-10:00 GMT] on Monday 13 October,” ...

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