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Myths make Ebola outbreak worse

Fear spreads faster than the deadly virus. The region's recent history of bloody civil war also feeds the rumor-mill.

No, the Pope didn't call for a crusade

Despite some suggestions to the contrary, the Pope did not recently call for a crusade. But can he balance modern and ancient lessons?

Key to peace in Gaza

CNN's Elise Labott breaks down how the reconstruction of Gaza is the key to preventing a repeat of the conflict.

U.N. airlifts aid into Iraq

The U.N. refugee agency is due to begin a massive four-day airlift of aid Wednesday into northern Iraq, where fighting between Islamist extremists and Kurdish forces has created a humanitarian crisis.

Heavy rains, landslides kill 27 in Japan

Residents combed through mud and debris looking for bodies of their loved ones after heavy rains triggered landslides that swallowed up homes in the western Japanese city of Hiroshima on Wednesday.

Gnarly skateboards made in basement

Skateboarding is growing in popularity in Iran and one entrepreneur is looking to capitalize by designing his own boards.

Zambia's patron of the arts

She's worked in theater, created her own record label, built libraries, started an orchestra, runs a girl's football team and now wants to direct a film. Meet Mulenga Kapwepwe, Zambia's patron of the arts.

Israel-Gaza truce broken ... again

An Israeli delegation has been ordered home from talks in Cairo aimed at ending the conflict in Gaza, a senior Israeli official says, after the Israeli military blamed militants in Gaza for breaking the truce.

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