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A Nigerian health official wearing a protective suit waits to screen passengers at the arrivals hall in Lagos, Nigeria on 4 August 2014

Ebola virus: British experts urge US and WHO to ‘give Africans cure’

Authorities in West Africa have expressed outrage that treatment was given to two US aid workers in Liberia – where disease has killed 255 people

Two double-decker tour buses sit at the corner of 47th Street and 7th Avenue in Times Square after colliding, Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014, in New York

Times Square tourist bus crash injures 14 amid 'screaming and blood on the ground'

Three of those hurt were said to be in a 'serious' condition

A NATO soldier opens fire in an apparent warning shot in the vicinity of journalists near the main gate of Camp Qargha, west of Kabul, Afghanistan

Afghanistan base shooting: US 'major general' killed and 15 soldiers wounded by insider attack

German brigadier-general also wounded in the attack by a 'terrorist in army uniform'

Conservative MP Michael Fabricant

Baroness Warsi resigns: Twitter backlash as Tory MP Michael Fabricant accused of suggesting Gaza is ‘a Muslim issue’

The former party whip insisted David Cameron was ‘right on Gaza’

The video has received hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube

Time-lapse video shows horror of putting twins to bed

Henriette Jonassen tried to get her two sons to sleep in separate rooms – and the result was brilliant (if not for her)

The Lights Out London art installation seen from The View From The Shard, marking the centenary of the World War I centenary

‘Lights Out’ across Britain as powerful images show country going dark in First World War commemorations

The event arranged by the Royal British Legion called on households and landmarks to leave a single light shining in memory of the dead

Baroness Warsi resigns: Letter to David Cameron in full as senior Foreign Office minister quits over Gaza policy

Lady Warsi wrote that the Government's approach to the Gaza conflict was 'morally indefensible'

Big Ben strikes 11pm as the lights turn off on iconic buildings while London marks the centenary of the outbreak of World War I

Lights Out: First World War Centenary

These extraordinary images show lights going out across Britain last night as the country united to mark the eve of the First World War 100 years ago.

This photo provided by the CDC shows the Ebola Virus

Ebola outbreak: BA cancels West Africa services as Nigeria reports new cases

The death toll across West Africa has now soared to almost 900

A screenshot of the app Bomb Gaza in the Google Play store

'Bomb Gaza': Users call on Google Play to remove game that lets users carry out Israeli air strikes on Palestinians

Users have called on Google to remove the game, which has been available to download since 29 July

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