The audit has been interrupted at a crucial time as outgoing president Hamid Karzai has insisted that his successor be inaugurated next week.
Three people were killed by Boko Haram in the border towns of Ashigashya and Kerawa, as almost 500 Nigerian soldiers fled to Cameroon.
The Israeli and Palestinian delegations reached a cease-fire agreement and Hamas leaders held jubilant rallies around Gaza.
WHO's decision could hinder the global response to the disease, which has killed 120 health care workers and affected 240 others.
Signs of a homegrown jihadi fighter are not always as obvious as expected.
The Syrian military has lost an airbase to ISIS, which keeps advancing. U.S. surveillance flights could be a boon for Assad regime forces.
The official downsizing plan will be announced this week, but sources said routes to China and Europe would be eliminated.