Health


At Least One Person Dies Of Ebola In Democratic Republic Of Congo

Health experts have identified two more suspected cases of Ebola in Democratic Republic of Congo, a day after the government declared an outbreak of the disease that has killed one man, the United Nations health agency said today. Other samples are still being tested, and six people remain hospitalised. To date there have been nine suspected cases. Six cases are now hospitalized.



Ebola kills at least one person in Congo, WHO says

A World Health Organization official tells Reuters that since the outbreak is in a very remote area, "we are a little lucky". We always take this very seriously."The last outbreak of Ebola in Congo was in 2014 and killed 42 people". "The vaccine , called rVSV-ZEBOV, was studied in a trial involving 11,841 people during 2015". Meanwhile, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has assured citizens of adequate surveillance at the nation's airports following the outbreak of ...



Europol: Ransomware attack is of unprecedented level

They identified the type of malware as "Wanna Cry", also known as "Wanna Decryptor". The ransomware, called "WannaCry", locks down all the files on an infected computer and demands the administrator pay to regain control of them. It could have been much worse if not for a young cybersecurity researcher who helped to halt its spread by accidentally activating a so-called "kill switch" in the malicious software.



Labour branded 'shambolic' as Corbyn fails to commit to Trident

Asked on Channel 4 whether he was still a member of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, the Labour leader said: "I have been a member all my life ..." As a genuine last resort, military action is "in some circumstances necessary". So no more hand holding with Donald Trump . As the campaign got personal the Prime Minister revealed the Tories" battle bus with the slogan "Theresa May: For Britain' emblazoned along the side.



Melissa McCarthy as Spicer seen riding podium in street

Here it is again, just in case you missed (or want to relive) the wonder that is McCarthy's musical number transformation into Sean "Spicey" Spicer. As evidenced by the public reaction, McCarthy's return is already one of the more hyped SNL episodes in recent memory - and that's saying a lot, given the show's increased media dominance as it continues to satirize President Donald Trump and his administration.