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Liberian tests positive for Ebola two weeks after last case discharged

Country was among those hardest hit by the outbreak of the deadly virus last year

Boko Haram's leader Abubakar Shjeka has recently pledged the group's allegiance to ISIS (AFP/Getty)

Boko Haram: Nigerian president claims militant group could be defeated 'in a month'

President Goodluck Jonathan says group are getting 'weaker by the day'

Mourners gather during the funeral for Tunisian police officer Ayman Morgani

Tunisia shooting: 'We smeared victims' blood over our bodies' – museum massacre survivors tell how they escaped from gunmen

Twenty-three people were killed in the attack, including 20 foreign tourists

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Isis claims responsibility for Tunisia museum attack and warns deadly shooting is 'just first drop of the rain'

Statement warns: 'Wait for glad tidings of what will harm you'

Sally Adey was killed in the Tunisia shootings

Tunisia museum attack victim: Family of British woman Sally Adey are 'devastated' by her death

Ms Adey was on a cruise holiday with her husband

The dog being brought out of the museum

Tunis museum attack: Crowd applauds police dog killed in siege as body carried out

19 people are believed to have died in the attack

64-year-old Sisa Abu Daooh polishing shoes in a street in Luxor (Al Arabiya News English)

Egyptian single mother who spent 43 years living as a man to work and provide for her daughter honoured as the 'ideal mother'

Sisa Abu Daooh was left without an income when her husband died

Tunisian police outside parliament in Tunis

Tunisia shooting: Nine arrested over terror attack that killed 21 – and Briton Sally Adey

One of two gunmen identified today was known to intelligence services

Police officers are seen on the pavement outside parliament in Tunis

Tunisia museum shooting: Country in shock as Tunis attack leaves more than 20 people dead

There has been shock that terrorists were able to launch such an attack at the heart of the capital

Tourists and visitors from the Bardo museum are evacuated in Tunis. Gunmen opened fire at a leading museum in Tunisia's capital, killing 19 people including 17 tourists. A later raid by security forces left two gunmen and one security officer dead but ended the standoff

Tunisia shooting: EU foreign policy chief blames Isis for Bardo Museum attack

Tunisia has struggled with violence by armed groups in recent years

Members of the Tunisian security services take up a position outside the National Bardo Museum, near the country's parliament after gunmen reportedly took hostages at Tunisia museum in Tunis,Tunisia on 18 March 2015

Tunisia shooting: At least 17 killed at Bardo Museum in Tunis

An operation is now underway to find others who may have been involved

People carry the coffin of Shaima al-Sabbagh during her funeral, Alexandria, Egypt, 25 January 2015

Egyptian policeman charged over fatal shooting of peaceful protester Shaimaa Sabbagh

Ms Sabbagh was hit as she marched through Cairo to lay a wreath commemorating the country's 2011 revolution

The British tourists reportedly saw the corpse being eaten

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'All there was to see of him was his trousers,' said the guide with the group

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Skydiving great-granny continues 100th birthday celebrations by swimming with great white sharks

On Saturday Georgina Harwood took part in a skydive above Cape Town

Mohammed Badie during his trial in Cairo

14 Muslim Brotherhood members sentenced to death in Egypt

All 14 members of the Brotherhood have been found guilty of planning attacks against the state

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