Global Week in Review: Ebola Deaths Could Reach 1 Million by January

Plus, death toll in Nigeria church collapse rises to 115.

Ebola Deaths Could Reach 550,000 by January - Death toll in Nigeria church collapse rises to 115, plus more global news. ?Natelege Whaley (@Natelege_)  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predicts that there could be 550,000 to 1.4 million cases of Ebola in Liberia and Sierra Leone by January. The organization believes that the epidemic can be contained if 70 percent of the people with Ebola would be treated and cured of the disease.      (Photo: AP Photo/Abbas Dulleh)

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Ebola Deaths Could Reach 550,000 by January - Death toll in Nigeria church collapse rises to 115, plus more global news. —Natelege Whaley (@Natelege_) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predicts that there could be 550,000 to 1.4 million cases of Ebola in Liberia and Sierra Leone by January. The organization believes that the epidemic can be contained if 70 percent of the people with Ebola would be treated and cured of the disease.   (Photo: AP Photo/Abbas Dulleh)

Death Toll in Nigeria Church Collapse Goes to 115 - The South African government is reporting that the death toll in the collapse of a church guest house has risen to 115 in Lagos, Nigeria. The incident has caused a tension between South Africa and the Nigerian government, as South Africa believes there has not been much effort put into the investigation of the incident.  (Photo: AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Death Toll in Nigeria Church Collapse Goes to 115 - The South African government is reporting that the death toll in the collapse of a church guest house has risen to 115 in Lagos, Nigeria. The incident has caused a tension between South Africa and the Nigerian government, as South Africa believes there has not been much effort put into the investigation of the incident.  (Photo: AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Human Rights Group Condemns Chad for Anti-Gay Bill - An anti-gay bill drafted by Chad officials is a step in the wrong direction, according to Amnesty International, a human rights group. The new amendment would criminalize same-sex relationships and implement a jail sentence of 15 and 20 years and fines ranging from $100 to $1,000, the AP reports.  (Photo: RODGER BOSCH/AFP/GettyImages)

South Africa and Russia Sign Nuclear Deal - On Monday, the South African government signed a deal with the Russian government to get up to eight nuclear reactors built by the year 2030.The cost of the project was not reported.    (Photo: Jeff Fusco/Getty Images)

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South Africa and Russia Sign Nuclear Deal - On Monday, the South African government signed a deal with the Russian government to get up to eight nuclear reactors built by the year 2030.The cost of the project was not reported.  (Photo: Jeff Fusco/Getty Images)

Israel Officials Order Closing of Migrant Detention Center  - High court officials in Israel have voted to shut down the Holot center, where thousands of illegal African migrants are captured yearly in the Negev Desert. The doors must close by December, AP reports. Most of the migrants travel from Eritrea and Sudan.       (Photo: Ilia Yefimovich/Getty Images)

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Israel Officials Order Closing of Migrant Detention Center  - High court officials in Israel have voted to shut down the Holot center, where thousands of illegal African migrants are captured yearly in the Negev Desert. The doors must close by December, AP reports. Most of the migrants travel from Eritrea and Sudan.  (Photo: Ilia Yefimovich/Getty Images)

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Park Employees Arrested for South Africa Poaching - Three employees of the South Africa?s parks services were arrested for allegedly poaching rhinos at the Kruger National Park, the Daily Mail reports. The suspects had hunting rifles and ammunition in their possession. About two rhinos are killed per day in South Africa.    (Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

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Park Employees Arrested for South Africa Poaching - Three employees of the South Africa’s parks services were arrested for allegedly poaching rhinos at the Kruger National Park, the Daily Mail reports. The suspects had hunting rifles and ammunition in their possession. About two rhinos are killed per day in South Africa.  (Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Five Inmates Flee Prison in Haiti; Two Recaptured - In Cap-Haitien, Haiti, five inmates escaped a prison but were captured after one was shot by guards and another was discovered in a water tank, AP reports.     (Photo: AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery, File)

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Five Inmates Flee Prison in Haiti; Two Recaptured - In Cap-Haitien, Haiti, five inmates escaped a prison but were captured after one was shot by guards and another was discovered in a water tank, AP reports.   (Photo: AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery, File)