World Bulletin / News Desk
A three-year-old Colombian boy who went missing while playing on a construction site was found a day later - clinging for life inside a sewer gushing water.
Jeanpier Silvera Arteta apparently fell down a drain Tuesday evening after becoming lost while playing with his brothers near the building site in the northern city of Barranquilla, according to El Tiempo newspaper.
Crews searching for Jeanpier found the child on their second search of the sewer system - 18 hours after the child went missing.
Video of the rescue shows the young boy, dressed in a green t-shirt, holding the side of the sewer as water rushed through the drainage pipe.
"We are hopeful and grateful to God and to the medical team that they are showing signs of improvement," Liberia's Information Minister Lewis Brown told a press conference on Tuesday.
The decision came as the Ivorian national football team is due to face Sierra Leone, one of the countries that had been hard hit by the Ebola outbreak, next month in Abidjan as part of the Africa Cup of Nations 2015 qualifiers.
Infant products are particularly vulnerable to food safety scares in China after powdered milk tainted with the industrial chemical melamine led to the deaths of at least six infants in 2008
Countries that do not have Ebola cases must strengthen their capacity to detect and contain any cases immediately, the WHO said
At least twenty patients broke out of quarantine in the Liberian capital after protesters looted a medical clinic.
At the end of last year, 13,254 tonnes of spent fuel was being held in temporary storage at nuclear plants, according to data from the commission, mostly in water tanks but some in concrete containers.
The 35-year-old Nigerian woman was en route to India on a treatment tour from advanced cancer.
Doctors Without Borders International President Joanne Liu said it will take six months to bring the Ebola virus under control in West Africa.
The death toll from the world's worst outbreak of Ebola stood on Wednesday at 1,069 from 1,975 confirmed, probable and suspected cases, the agency said
Chinese scientists said Tibetan glaciers had shrunk 15 percent - around 8,000 square km (3,100 square miles) - over the past 30 years.
The A.U. "is committed to ensuring that measures are put in place to prevent the further spread of the epidemic and that adequate support is provided to affected communities," the pan-African body said in a statement.
The Canadian government will donate between 800 to 1,000 doses of the vaccine, with the final number given dependent on how much Canada holds back for research and clinical trials
The government only asked SSI to investigate a possible outbreak on June 26 and it took more than a month to find the source
An experimental Ebola drug called ZMapp, made by U.S. biotech company Mapp Biopharmaceutical, was given to two American health workers infected with Ebola in Liberia.