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  1. Tunisia Tops Lonely Planet's Top 10 Budget Destinations for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Tunisia is the world's top value destination according to travel company Lonely Planet, which released its top 10 rankings for 2014/15 on Monday. "Most travel warnings have been dropped and travellers are once again tuning in to North Africa's most compact package," writes Tom Hall.

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  2. Ebola: British Troops Depart For Sierra LeoneRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Cool FM

    The troops will staff an ebola training academy with personnel from 22 Field Hospital, who arrived in Sierra Leone last week. Ms Greening said she was looking forward to seeing their work, adding: "Halting the disease in West Africa is the most effective way of preventing ebola infecting people here in the UK.

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  3. Kerr's cur? The rage Whitlam and Fraser couldn't maintainRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser recalls how his relationship with Gough Whitlam warmed over the years as they lobbied together for change. No longer, said Mr Fraser, would he be able to drop in on Gough Whitlam to pass the time of day, so valued by old men with a history ... even, or perhaps especially, a history once scorched by loathing.

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  4. NBC's Snyderman faces credibility issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Times Bulletin

    The quarantine against possible Ebola exposure ends this week for Dr. Nancy Snyderman, but the troubles clearly aren't over for NBC News' chief medical editor. An admitted lapse in the quarantine, combined with a curiously imprecise explanation, unleashed a furious response.

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  5. O's Ebola czar wrong remedy for public anxietyRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Boston Herald

    The other day the receptionist at my local neighborhood hospital where I had gone for magnetic imagery handed me a sheet and asked me to sign, not an unusual occurrence in an age where before we can be treated we must attest to our understanding of a variety of policies and pledges. What I quickly determined was that I was being required to attest that I had not been to West Africa recently - where Ebola's rampage has caused the world to panic and politicians in this country to tremble as they prepare for the upcoming national elections.

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  6. Global famine could destroy society if Ebola outbreak isn't stopped, United Nations warnsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | NewsTarget.com

    The United Nations World Food Program is having trouble meeting the escalating hunger needs of West Africans, millions of whom are currently suffering through the worst Ebola outbreak in history. And as the disease continues to spread, the threat of food shortages, and possibly a worldwide famine, is steadily increasing, says the global body.

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  7. World's best airport bike pathsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | CNN

    Cycling is a way of life in Copenhagen. No surprise that it's got one of the smoothest bike-to-plane experiences anywhere.

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  8. 'Lebanon at a high risk for Ebola'Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Lebanon is at a high risk of being affected by deadly Ebola virus, which has ravaged parts of West Africa and prompted a worldwide health scare, the country's health minister said Monday. "However, a set of measures to prevent the disease from entering the country has been adopted," Xinhua quoted Wael Abou Faour as adding during a press conference.

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  9. Warning signsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Northern Virginia Daily

    Dr. John Potter, medical director of Emergency Services for Valley Health, stands beside this sign outside the Emergency Room entrance at Winchester Medical Center on Monday. Health officials are asking anyone having potential symptoms of the Ebola virus to return to their car and call health officials and wait to be escorted to an isolated area inside the hospital for treatment.

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  10. Los Angeles Rep Wants Report on LAX Ebola ProceduresRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Patch.com

    Rep. Maxine Waters today requested a meeting with officials from Los Angeles International Airport and a variety of federal agencies to discuss procedures being taken to screen passengers and respond to potential cases of Ebola at the airport. "There is growing concern in the community about the threat that Ebola poses to public health," Waters, D-Los Angeles, wrote in a letter to Los Angeles World Airports Executive Director Gina Marie Lindsey.

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  11. Maple Shade parents struggle with Ebola fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Philly.com

    Jebola21. Caption: Concerns in Maple Shade about the Ebola virus arose after two new students who recently traveled to Rwanda were scheduled to begin classes at the Howard R. Yocum Elementary School.

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  12. Does Obama Care About People?Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Townhall

    Appearing at a campaign rally for gubernatorial candidate Anthony Brown in Maryland on Sunday, President Obama sought to capture the magic that had electrified audiences in 2008 and, to some considerable degree, even in 2012. Obama isn't doing much stumping this year.

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  13. Only three Ebola-infected travellers per month are likely to fly from West AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Crofs Blogs

    Fewer than three people a month infected with the Ebola virus are likely to try to board planes out of west Africa, according to a study that says exit screening would be the most efficient way to try to prevent travellers spreading disease. The UK and US have set up entry screening at airports for passengers arriving from west Africa, but the paper in The Lancet medical journal says this will have little chance of detecting somebody infected with the virus and that it will cost money that could be better spent.

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  14. The line's broken: Malcolm Fraser mourns his friend Gough WhitlamRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    No longer, said Mr Fraser, would he be able to drop in on Gough Whitlam to pass the time of day, so valued by old men with a history ... even, or perhaps especially, a history once scorched by loathing. They met for the last time, these men who were decades ago the most bitter political rivals and who grew to become the unlikeliest of friends, early this year.

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  15. A Policy Learning Moment from the West Africa Ebola Outbreak and Sanctions on South SudanRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    Despite much consideration during last week's Congressional hearings, a travel ban will not make for an easy fix to contain Ebola in West Africa. The decisive factor in an effective government response is resolve and it can only come from leadership at the top.

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  16. Study reveals importance of Ebola screening at international airportsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    An estimated three travellers infected with Ebola could be taking international flights from West Africa every month if no screening was in place at airports, claim researchers. An estimated three travellers infected with Ebola could be taking international flights from West Africa every month if no screening was in place at airports, claim researchers.

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  17. 'We cannot ignore what is happening': Nurse from Brewer fights Ebola at its heartRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Sun Journal

    Brewer native Sheila Davis works for Partners In Health, a Boston-based relief organization working to stop the spread of Ebola in West Africa. Brewer native Sheila Davis works for Partners In Health, a Boston-based relief organization working to stop the spread of Ebola in West Africa.

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  18. 3 Ebola-infected travelers might fly monthlyRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | KOCO-TV Oklahoma City

    Up to three Ebola-infected travelers might board an international flight each month in West Africa, according to a new study, and potentially spread the deadly virus to other countries. Scientists used a model to predict that, on average, three people who are infected with Ebola will leave Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone in each of the coming months to fly to another country.

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  19. Ebola Book a Must-Read for Updates on The OutbreakRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | PR Log

    With the new Ebola Czar in place but containment still far from achieved in West Africa, what can you expect within the next few weeks and can we actually stop the spread of this deadly virus? PRLog - Oct. 20, 2014 - LONDON, U.K. -- With cases in West Africa still on the rise, can anything stop the spread of the Ebola Virus? The U.S. takes action by appointing a new Ebola Czar, but what can he do to help quell the spread of this virus? If you're looking for an authoritative book that lays out the facts in a simple and concise fashion, download the new E-zine, Surviving the Ebola Pandemic.

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  20. Political fever: Obama's Ebola czar lacks medical authorityRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Post-gazette.com

    With midterm elections so close, it was inevitable that Ebola would become another depressing political point of division. A scary disease, a scare-mongering media and an easily scared American people make the politics of fear its own epidemic.

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