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Mexico finds more graves at site of suspected student massacre

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican authorities have found four more clandestine graves containing charred human remains at a site in the restive southwest of the country, where officials fear missing students were massacred by gang members and police.<p>Iguala police officers stand guard at an area near …

Texas Ebola cases expose troubling contrasts and spark fears of race divide

Frisco, a prosperous and bland modern suburb 25 miles north of downtown Dallas, is normally chiefly known as the home of Major League Soccer’s FC Dallas and the RoughRiders minor league baseball team.<p>But for a time on Wednesday it was the epicentre of the rolling-news universe, as events at an …

Ebola: More fears, more measures after first patient diagnosed in the U.S. dies

As the death of the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. sparks more fears, airports are beefing up screening for people from affected nations.<p>With developments pouring in from all corners of the world, here's what you need to know to quickly get caught up on the latest:<p><b>WEST AFRICA</b><p><b>No</b> …

St. Louis shooting reignites anger among activists

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Two months after a Ferguson officer killed Michael Brown, setting off intense national debate about law enforcement treatment of …

US officials brace for uptick in Ebola inquiries after Dallas patient death

Since the first diagnosis of the disease in the US, the American public has become keenly aware of Ebola’s dangerous reach.<p>As concern rises, the nation’s public health agency said it receives hundreds of inquiries a day about possible Ebola cases, and all but one have been false alarms.<p>“Right now …