Missing Ebola Patients Found, Says Liberian Government
Missing Ebola Patients Found, Says Liberian Government
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Liberia's information minister said on Tuesday that the country has found all 17 suspected at the weekend and transferred them to another clinic. He also said three infected African doctors who had received the experimental Ebola drug ZMapp were showing "remarkable signs of improvement", quoting an assessment by the doctor overseeing their treatment. The Ebola virus killed 84 people in just three days, bringing the global death toll to 1,229, the World Health Organisation said on Tuesday. The UN health agency said, the number of confirmed infections jumped by 113 from last Thursday to Saturday, bringing the total number of cases to 2,240. Latest figures show Liberia has been hardest-hit, with 48 new cases and 53 deaths. That lifted its total count of cases to 834, with 466 deaths.
On Tuesday Comedian Jerry Seinfeld announced that he would be performing a series of monthly stand-up shows at the Beacon Theater in his Manhattan Upper West Side neighborhood. The Emmy-winning co-creator of "Seinfeld," the TV sitcom famously "about nothing," will take a so-called "residency position" and can be seen performing from January through June of 2016. Tickets for the performances will go on sale December 7 and range in price from $79 to $175.
Andrew Cuomo called Tuesday for the “final push” to end HIV and Aids as he marked World Aids Day in New York. New York’s governor said that New York state was determined to wipe out Aids by 2020, and would assist the rest of the nation to meet the same goal. At a boisterous gathering at the legendary Apollo Theater, in New York’s Harlem neighborhood, Cuomo said that the state would “take our knowhow and great medications to the countries around the world that are still suffering”. The 120,000 New Yorkers who have died from Aids-related causes since the disease took hold in the early 1980s, were honored by the governor who said the state was determined to make HIV and Aids a “thing of the past”. He said the New York is the first state in the US to give a target date to end the epidemic by 2020. Now everyone needs to put their efforts into this final push.
According to Defense secretary Ash Carter, a permanent US “expeditionary force” will target Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria. The new entity will operate independently of local troops for the first time, and marks a significant escalation of American ground troops on the frontline in the region. The announcement was made by Carter on Tuesday, in response to Congressional leaders' demands for swifter progress against ISIS, and is significant in that the Force will be based in Iraq, and have the capability of carrying out raids across the border.
Ryan Gosling's latest on-screen role is a "hair-fuelled performance". The 35-year-old actor stars alongside Christian Bale and Brad Pitt in The Big Short, which centres on the global financial crisis in the late 2000s, and Ryan explained how important it was to meet his real-life character. The Hollywood star - who plays Jared Vennett, who is based on Greg Lippmann - recalled their meeting, saying: "He was very helpful, in a way, in sort of helping me to understand as much as is possible the sort of financial lay of the land at the time. "Unfortunately, I ended up looking more like Dustin Diamond than the real guy."
Lawmakers are on track to clear a massive transportation infrastructure bill as soon as this week, a legislative coup a decade in the making that will give new House Speaker Paul Ryan something to crow about. The deal is a victory for Republican leaders, hungry to show they can govern both chambers after a tumultuous year that saw the resignation of former Speaker John Boehner in October and a slew of near-legislative calamities. The bipartisan agreement is an especially big-ticket win for Ryan, who can point to the five-year package as emblematic of his promise to return the House to regular order. The agreement provides roughly $300 billion for federal transportation programs and outlines the policy that will govern highway, transit and rail spending for the next five years
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