Cuba is sending 165 health workers to help tackle the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, officials say. Doctors, nurses and infection control specialists will travel to Sierra Leone in October and stay for six months. The announcement comes as the World Health Organization says new cases in West Africa are increasing faster than the capacity to manage them. More than 2,400 people have died from the virus in recent months and some 4,700 people have been infected.
A British national, who goes by the name of John and is believed to have decapitated American journalist James Foley, is the leader of a group of three U.K.-born militants in charge of holding foreign hostages for the Islamic State in Syria, according to a report. The three Britons are reportedly referred to as “the Beatles” by their hostages because of their nationality.
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