Global Week in Review: Ebola Cases Surpass 10,000

Plus, Egypt's fertility increases after years of decline.

Ebola Cases Crisis Surpass 10,000 - Plus, Egypt's fertility increases after years of decline. ? Natelege Whaley (@Natelege) The Ebola crisis continues in West Africa as cases now surpass 10,000, the CDC reports. Guinea now has a total of 926 deaths, Liberia has 2705 deaths and Sierra Leone has 1281 deaths. (Photo: Michael Duff, File/AP Photo)

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Ebola Cases Crisis Surpass 10,000 - Plus, Egypt's fertility increases after years of decline. — Natelege Whaley (@Natelege) The Ebola crisis continues in West Africa as cases now surpass 10,000, the CDC reports. Guinea now has a total of 926 deaths, Liberia has 2705 deaths and Sierra Leone has 1281 deaths. (Photo: Michael Duff, File/AP Photo)

Egypt's Fertility Rate Increasing, After Decline for Past 30 Years - Egypt's fertility rate has been on a dramatic decline for the past six years since the 1980s is now on the rise. Since 2008, the rate has increased from 3 to 3.5, the Associated Press reports. "It's probably related to female education and labor participation," Samer Atallah, an economics professor at the American University in Cairo, told AP.  (Photo: Manu Brabo, File/AP Photo)

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Egypt's Fertility Rate Increasing, After Decline for Past 30 Years - Egypt's fertility rate has been on a dramatic decline for the past six years since the 1980s is now on the rise. Since 2008, the rate has increased from 3 to 3.5, the Associated Press reports. "It's probably related to female education and labor participation," Samer Atallah, an economics professor at the American University in Cairo, told AP. (Photo: Manu Brabo, File/AP Photo)

A Fatal Invasion - The village of Kummabza in the northern Nigeria was held hostage for four days by Boko Haram fighters, from June 18 through June 22, 2014. Disguised as soldiers, the gunmen invaded the village, killed 30 male villagers an looted food supplies. More than 60 females were kidnapped, including children. The fighters also bombed telecom masts, which initially caused the news of the raid to go unnoticed.(Photo: AP Photo/File)

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More Children Reportedly Abducted by Boko Haram - In alarming news, about 30 children — boys and girls — were kidnapped by the terrorist group Boko Haram over the past several days according local government leader Shettima Maina of the Mafa district in the Borno state, Reuters reports. The attackers also killed 17 people. (Photo: AP Photo/File)

UN Official Concerned With Treatment of Health Workers in Ebola-Affected Countries - Health workers working in Ebola-stricken countries should not be faced with stigma when they return to their home countries, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said. He directly asked government leaders not to quarantine these workers. "Returning health workers are exceptional people who are giving of themselves for humanity," a statement released Oct. 27 reads.  (Photo: AP Photo)

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UN Official Concerned With Treatment of Health Workers in Ebola-Affected Countries - Health workers working in Ebola-stricken countries should not be faced with stigma when they return to their home countries, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said. He directly asked government leaders not to quarantine these workers. "Returning health workers are exceptional people who are giving of themselves for humanity," a statement released Oct. 27 reads. (Photo: AP Photo)

Canadian Gunman Recorded His Motives Before Shooting  - Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, 32, who shot and killed Canadian soldier Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, at a national war memorial, was driven by "ideological and political motives," the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Commissioner Bob Paulson said in a statement. Zehaf-Bibeau recorded a video detailing his actions before the attack, but the Canadian government has not released it.    (Photo: AP Photo/Vancouver Police via The Royal Canadian Mounted Police)

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Canadian Gunman Recorded His Motives Before Shooting  - Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, 32, who shot and killed Canadian soldier Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, at a national war memorial, was driven by "ideological and political motives," the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Commissioner Bob Paulson said in a statement. Zehaf-Bibeau recorded a video detailing his actions before the attack, but the Canadian government has not released it.  (Photo: AP Photo/Vancouver Police via The Royal Canadian Mounted Police)

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Tunisia Votes in Historic Election  - A change is coming to Tunisia, as citizens cast their ballots Sunday for their first five-year parliament since 2011, when a revolution overthrew their dictator, AP reports. An estimated 60 percent of the population participated in the election. (Photo Hassene Dridi/AP Photo)

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Tunisia Votes in Historic Election  - A change is coming to Tunisia, as citizens cast their ballots Sunday for their first five-year parliament since 2011, when a revolution overthrew their dictator, AP reports. An estimated 60 percent of the population participated in the election. (Photo Hassene Dridi/AP Photo)

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Woman Smuggles Money in Stomach - A 40-year-old woman was arrested by Dominican Republic officials Friday for attempting to smuggle $70,000 in her stomach and $69,000 in her suitcase, AP reports. She arrived from Brussels to Punta Cana, where she was detained by authorities at the airport.  (Photo: Thomas Fricke/Design Pics/Corbis)

Violence in South Sudan: A Timeline - On April 30, Secretary of State John Kerry embarked on a week-long trip to Africa to find a way to end the ongoing violence in South Sudan that has displaced more than a million people and threatens to tear the country apart. Can the world’s newest nation avoid a civil war? — Dominique Zonyéé (@DominiqueZonyee)(Photo: REUTERS/James Akena)

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Violence Continues in South Sudan - Clashes continue between the South Sudan government and rebel troops in the Unity State. Officials say the fighting took place near Bentiu, the capital of South Sudan, Reuters reports. More than 1 million people have left behind their homes to escape the war-stricken country.  (Photo: James Akena/Reuters)