Officials say they are enforcing laws more strictly, but some companies and local governments still try to flout the law. Over 8,000 people were arrested last year.
Genetically engineered mice were infected with, and then cured of the deadly virus, but it is unclear whether the treatments will be effective on humans.
Two Syrian women, and their husbands, were beheaded by the Islamic State group for practicing 'witchcraft and sorcery.'
The Russian government’s move to build a railway line bypassing Ukraine is crucial given the ongoing rift between Moscow and Kiev.
According to an assessment by Unesco, at least 34 million children in conflict-hit nations are currently out of school.
A Justice Department summary report said that police crowd-control tactics only served to "exacerbate tensions between protesters and the police."
A corpse reportedly tested positive for the virus, weeks after Liberia was declared free of Ebola, which killed over 4,000 people in the West African country.
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