Dr Tom Frieden warns against complacency in fighting the outbreak
England manager Roy Hodgson is forced to cancel a dinner meeting with his players because they are too busy.
Paul Jewell leaves his role as joint-assistant head coach at West Brom, just a week after he joined new boss Tony Pulis' team.
The retrial on genocide charges of Guatemalan ex-military ruler Efrain Rios Montt is suspended again, after he fails to appear in court.
A man from Scotland is reported to be among three climbers killed in a mountain accident in Canada.
At least 48 people are killed and around 23,000 forced from their homes by heavy flooding in Malawi, the country's leader says.
Ali Carter makes light work of Barry Hawkins with a 6-1 win in the first round of the Masters in London.
A Border Collie with unusual odd-coloured eyes is seeking a new home.
Thousands of Germans have taken part in a vigil in Berlin organised by Muslim groups to promote tolerance and religious freedom in the country.
How India became the world's call centre
Developing countries will see a small increase in growth in 2015 after a "disappointing" 2014, the World Bank has predicted.
Liverpool fighter Derry Mathews replaces the injured Anthony Crolla to fight Richar Abril for the WBA lightweight title.
Remarks made on Twitter by Lib Dem MP David Ward during French solidarity marches were "clearly in bad taste", the party says.
Radamel Falcao will play for one of the world's best teams next season even if that is not Manchester United, says agent.
A rhea, an ostrich-like bird which is believed to have escaped from its owner a year ago, is filmed running across a field.
Northern Ireland's captain and coach did not get a vote in the Ballon d'Or poll as the Irish FA sent them too late.
Former England bowler Steve Harmison says Kevin Pietersen does not have "a cat in hell's chance" of a recall to the side.
The brother of an 86-year-old woman murdered two years ago says he doubts her killer will ever be brought to justice.
Tony Blair gives evidence to the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee.
Pope Francis is trying to shift the focus of the Catholic Church away from Rome - and towards millions of Asian followers.