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Staff of the 'Doctors without Borders' ('Medecin sans frontieres') medical aid organisation carry the body of a person killed by viral haemorrhagic fever, at a center for victims of the Ebola virus in Guekedou, on April 1, 2014. The viral haemorrhagic fever epidemic raging in Guinea is caused by several viruses which have similar symptoms -- the deadliest and most feared of which is Ebola.
The disease, which has no cure, has now killed more than 670 people across Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone
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Professor Richard Dawkins, 71, best known for being an atheist
Atheist appeared to be illustrating logical syllogisms
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Alfie Rhys Sullock. Michael John Pearce has been found guilty at Newport Crown Court for killing the six-week-old.
Alfie Sullock suffered a blunt head trauma before his death
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Flag bearer and Cyclist Fatehah Mustapa of Malaysia flies the flag at half mast during the Opening Ceremony for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth Games opening ceremony's use of Scottie dogs criticised
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Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc
Bülent Arınç rails against 'moral corruption', including excessive mobile phone use
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Sir Peter Westmacott says 'the usual KGB playbook response, a pack of lies, doesn’t convince anybody'
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They show that the Labour Party had an income of £33,336,000 last year, and spent £27,870,000. The Conservatives lagged behind, with an income of £25,352,000 and expenditure of £23,507,000.
... and still had millions left over, accorsing to new figures from Electoral Commission
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The series of measures included new rules forcing EU migrants to wait three months before they could claim out-of-work benefits
PM says they can't expect 'something for nothing'
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Tulisa blames prejudice for Fake Sheikh drugs sting
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Lami Cicek with a picture of his dead brother, Muzlem: ‘He was so bright and educated – a musician’
Syrian and Turkish Kurds unite to battle a common enemy
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‘Every little helps. It’s like Tesco’s.’ Culture of fiddling costs bank £217m in fines
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Pangolins have long been caught and killed for their purported medicinal properties, which include being a treatment for psoriasis and poor circulation
Meat is regarded as a status symbol in China and Vietnam
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The two horses, Oracle Force and Golden Storming, were quickly destroyed by vets. The riders suffered only minor injuries
Spectators watch in stunned silence as the injured animals are carted off to be destroyed during the race in Pistoia
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Stacey Tipler worked at the Royal Marsden hospital for 10 years
Stacey Tipler, who exploited job in accounts department, faces jail
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A ComRes poll of more than 1,000 people in the 40 most marginal constituencies has found low support for fracking from voters across the political spectrum
New licensing area 'intrudes on 10 National Parks'
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Police arrive after the houses of religious minority group Ahmadiyyas, were torched by a mob following accusations of blasphemy, in Gujranwala, Pakistan, 28 July 2014
Another woman miscarried during attack in eastern Pakistani city of Gujranwala
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Ruth Hunt joined Stonewall in 2005 as a senior policy officer
Ruth Hunt has been promoted from acting chief executive
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Antony Gormley said the gallery at Goldsmiths would be a space to ‘test-drive new forms of art’
Goldsmiths has produced seven Turner Prize winners
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The practice of 'revenge porn' is becoming increasingly widespread
Committee of peers says it was 'astonished' by scale of social media– but feels existing laws could cope

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