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The wail of an ambulance doesn't always mean help is on the way in Liberia's capital. Instead, it often signals the arrival of a "dead body management team" tasked with safely collecting and disposing of the corpses of people who died in confirmed or suspected cases of Ebola.
Analysis Look around, ISIS's acolytes are just apprentices at atrocity
The civil war in the Congo has claimed over five million lives and offered up some of the worst atrocities of any age. So why again are we focusing so much more attention on ISIS, Neil Macdonald asks.
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Some flights are already loaded with excess carry-on luggage, but experts predict that carry-on chaos is about to go sky-high as passengers lug even more on board to avoid paying new fees for checked baggage.
Hong Kong protests: 5 things to know about the 'umbrella revolution'
China's decision to restrict candidate nominations for Hong Kong's election for chief executive has sparked massive protests, with area residents and police engaged in a tense standoff dubbed the "umbrella revolution."
Updated Canadian GDP unchanged in July
Canada's economy was essentially unchanged in July, Statistics Canada says, as a slowdown in the mining, and oil and gas industries was offset by an uptick in manufacturing and the public sector.

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