The suspect identified himself as Marcelo Marquez, but his fingerprints matched those of a twice-deported convicted drug dealer.
A New York Times report reveals the bleak and terrifying existence of captives in the custody of the Islamic State group.
Blood transfusions from survivors of the virus have been used in the past to treat those still suffering from the disease.
So-called "Blue Ribbon" supporters harassed and attacked local journalists at the restive Mong Kok protest site early Sunday, Hong Kong time.
"It was very beautiful. All of us were in solidarity with Canada," an Ottawa resident told CBC News.
Symptoms worsen for New York City's first confirmed Ebola patient, though health officials say that's not unexpected.
Students protesters invited passersby to take store items as they demanded justice for 43 missing students.