U.S. Ebola patient, Duncan, dies

Mr. Duncan died early Wednesday

World leaders urge Egypt to release Al Jazeera staff

Many world leaders show support for Al Jazeera staff to be freed as the TV network marks UNGA with viral campaign for #FreeAJstaff.

Afghan President, Karzai, signs death warrants of five Kabul rapists

The five had been sentenced to death in swift trials earlier this month.

Ebola patients receiving treatment

Cuba sends 461 doctors, nurses to help fight Ebola in West Africa

The Ebola virus has killed at least 2,500 people in West Africa.

UN Scribe Appoints Special Envoy For Ebola

The UN will convene high level meeting on response to the outbreak of Ebola.

India reaches Mars on maiden attempt

India is the fourth nation to reach Mars.

40 Malaysian victims in Ukraine air crash identified

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There were 298 people aboard flight MH17 when it crashed in Ukraine.

U.S. wants citizens in Uganda to stay home

The U.S. advised it citizens in Uganda to stay at home or proceed to a safe location.

Barack Obama

Obama outlines strategy to defeat ISIS

“Our objective is clear: We will degrade and ultimately destroy ISIL through a comprehensive and sustained air strikes strategy.”

Nigerian Govt warns embassies over fraudulent visa agents

The government threatens to send security agents after errant embassies

Paedophile Priest: Pope accepts retirement of culpable cardinal

Sean Brady would be replaced by his 52-year-old deputy, Monsignor Eamon Martin.

Afghan court sentences 7 men to death for rape

The case sparked national outrage

Israel/Gaza air strike

Gaza: After journalist killings, potential violations must be investigated

On July 9, a driver for the local agency Media 24, Hamid Shihab, was killed when his car marked as press was hit by an Israeli strike.

Aljazeera journalists appeal Egypt ruling

A date for the hearing has not yet been set.

Ebola: American doctor treated with Zmapp recovers, discharged from hospital

Mr. Brantly was treated with experimental drug, Zmapp.

CPJ: New York Times reporter barred from leaving Afghanistan

CPJ says denying journalists freedom of movement is nothing more than a form of intimidation at a time Afghanistan needs independent reporting

One shot as U.S. protesters defy curfew over killing of black teenager

Police fired tear gas and arrested seven people for defying the curfew

Taliban fighters

‎Taliban writes CPJ, accuses Pakistani journalists of bias

Not for the first time, Pakistan’s military has made independent media coverage of the fighting extremely difficult.

Ebola: American Disease Control Centre issues travel warning to three countries

The CDC described the current outbreak of Ebola as the biggest and most complex.

Israel/Gaza air strike

Another journalist killed in Gaza bombardment

A second journalist was killed while covering the Israeli bombardment of the Shijaiyah neighborhood of Gaza, according to news reports and the two journalists’ media outlets.

New Zealand minister offers to resign after evading airport security

Prime Minister expressed his disappointment in the Minister.

Israeli troops attack Al Jazeera Bureau in Gaza

Over 607 Palestinians including women and children have been killed during the ongoing fighting between Israeli Forces and Hamas fighters in the Gaza Strip.

Journalists detained, threatened while covering MH17 crash in eastern Ukraine

Pro-Russia separatists in eastern Ukraine should stop threatening and obstructing journalists from reporting on the Malaysia Airlines plane crash, the Committee to Protect Journalists said Monday.

British cannibal nurse found guilty of trying to meet girl

On an internet profile, the accused listed his interests as “cannibalism, mainly the hunting and preparation of young but sometimes not so young women.”

Merkel calls for ceasefire in Ukraine post Malaysian MH17 crash

It is, of course, important that those responsible are held to account for it.