Bangalore, Aug 13: Even as the deadly Ebola virus continues to claims lives, World Health Organization declared that it is ethical for unproven drugs and vaccines to be used amid an unprecedented outbreak in West Africa.
However it didn't address who should get the limited amount of drugs available and can not predict the result of using untested drugs.
Meanwhile, roads leading to the Pakistani Parliament are being blocked in run up to the announced protest by cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan and anti-government cleric Tahirul Qadri. Both men want the government to step down and new elections be held.
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Man suspected to be infected with Ebola, dies
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WHO says ethical to use untested drugs
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Harper speaks at India National Day Gala
Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks at the India National Day Gala in Brampton, Ontario.
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Caroline at her best
Caroline Wozniacki, of Denmark, returns a volley to Shuai Zhang, of China, at the Western & Southern Open tennis tournament in Mason, Ohio.