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Uganda confirms first Ebola case outside DR Congo outbreak

Uganda’s health ministry says a patient has tested positive for Ebola in what is the first cross-border case of the deadly virus since an...

Zika Virus: Could spread to Europe this summer

The Zika virus is expected to spread to parts of Europe in late spring and summer, health leaders have said. The news will come as...

Virologist confident British nurse with Ebola will ‘pull through’

The British nurse who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone has spent the night at the Royal Free hospital in London, where she is undergoing...

No Zika vaccine ‘for several years’ as virus spreads ‘explosively’

US officials have ruled out a vaccine to protect against Zika in the next few years as concerns continue to mount about the spread...

Ebola death in Sierra Leone

A woman’s body in Sierra Leone has tested positive for Ebola, the day after the World Health Organisation declared the outbreak over in West...

Liberia records first Ebola death since July

A teenage boy has died of Ebola in Liberia, the first fatality since July in one of the three West African countries hit hardest...

Charlie Sheen discloses his HIV status: other celebrities who have also been diagnosed as HIV positive

Two and A Half Men star Charlie Sheen has revealed he is HIV positive. Talking on the Today show, he said: “I am here to...

Sierra Leone hours from being declared free of Ebola

Leone – where British nurse Pauline Cafferkey caught Ebola – is just hours from being declared free of the disease. The World Health Organisation (WHO)...

South Korea reassured over deadly virus outbreak

The head of the World Health Organisation has boosted beleaguered South Korea, saying efforts to contain a deadly Mers virus outbreak are reassuring and...

Mers virus kills 14 in South Korea

Authorities in South Korea have temporarily closed two hospitals amid persistent fears over the MERS virus outbreak, which has killed 14 people. Health officials continue...

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Achilles tendon is “perfectly intact” according to his club AC Milan, amid reports he had suffered a potentially career-ending injury. The 38-year-old...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Achilles tendon is “perfectly intact” according to his club AC Milan, amid reports he had suffered a potentially career-ending injury. The 38-year-old Swede...

Liam Gallagher and Mark Owen to lead doorstep singalong

Take That’s Mark Owen and former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher are among the music stars hosting a mass doorstep singalong for Manchester in England...

Coronavirus cluster found on cargo ship in Australia

A coronavirus cluster has been detected on a freight ship berthed in the Australian west coast port of Fremantle. Six of 48 crew members from...

Weekly UK coronavirus deaths at lowest level in six weeks new figures show

The number of deaths involving coronavirus in the UK reached its lowest weekly level for six weeks in May, new figures show. There were 4,210...

WHO executive warns first wave of coronavirus is not yet over

A health expert has warned that the world is still in the midst of the “first wave” of the coronavirus pandemic. World Health Organisation (WHO)...
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