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Online threats by ISIS sympathizers against U.S. service members has led the Defense Department to urge caution on social media.
One year after the outbreak in West Africa was identified as Ebola nearly 10,000 people have been killed by the disease and more than 25,000 infected mostly in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Vigil attendees filled out paper hearts with encouraging messages that will be delivered to the victim in the hospital.
President Barack Obama got into waves and robots at the White House Science Fair, but it was the elementary-school Supergirls who captured his heart.
Roads surrounding the 11-story building were closed Monday afternoon, but the area was not considered hazardous.
Apple's Jony Ive is now revered for his beautifully sparse product designs, but back in 1997 he was preparing to get the axe.
The killings happened when a delegation of health care workers visited Womey last September to raise awareness about how to combat Ebola.
The Coast Guard was notified late Sunday that a male passenger on Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas cruise ship had gone overboard.
The idea emerged as a way of dealing with an alarming increase in rhino poaching in South Africa in recent years.
His lawyers say there is not enough evidence to hold him on a murder charge out of California or a drug-and-gun rap in New Orleans.
The sackings come after the killing of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, which exposed rarely seen tensions between factions within Putin's inner elite.
The service members are being advised to exercise caution and stay off social media or limit their activity.
Farkhunda was beaten, pushed from a roof, run over by a car and set alight before her body was thrown in the Kabul River last Thursday.