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The star said he had no symptoms and has been isolated since he discovered his possible exposure.
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A child peers out of a tent in Kathmandu where citizens have taken to living on the streets.
Thousands of people are forced to huddle on the streets of Kathmandu after Saturday's magnitude 7.9 earthquake. Here's how you can help them
Indian Army personnel boarding a Indian airforce plane with relief material  to  be airlifted to Nepal at Hindon Air Force Station near New Delhi.
A magnitude 7.9 earthquake in Nepal on Saturday killed at least 3,200 people and unleashed an avalanche on Mount Everest that killed scores of climbers. International rescue teams rushed to help.
View from Frutillar, April 23.
Twin blasts from the Calbuco volcano in Chile sent people running on Wednesday. Authorities warn there might be another blast to follow
Ankit Keshri was captain of the East Bengal Under-19 team
The 20-year-old batsman was hospitalised Friday after colliding with a teammate while trying to catch a ball during the match between the local East Bengal and Bhowanipore teams.
People leave flowers and candles at the main gates of the Joan Fuster Institue
The attack, which took place just after classes began, is the first documented case of a murder of a teacher at a school in Spain since the country returned to democracy in 1975.
Dippin' Dots never made it to ice-cream fame, really, but you can still get them in Hong Kong.
Sci-fi is not the only place where there have been epic food fails... edible panties anyone?
More than one million people are expected to head for Turin in the coming weeks for their chance to catch a glimpse of one of Christianity’s most controversial relics, which went on display on Sunday for the first time in five years.
In 2014, Malala was named to Time's annual unranked list of most influential teenagers.
The scientist who found the asteroid said that "if anyone deserves to have an asteroid named after them, [Malala] does."
Amos Yee and his mother walk out of court in Singapore.
A court in Singapore on Tuesday charged a teenager over a video he posted online that was critical of the nation’s late founder and Christianity.
16-year-old Singapore amateur actor Amos Yee made insensitive comments on Lee Kuan Yew and Christianity.
A 16-year-old Singapore amateur actor who appeared in a video clip celebrating the death of former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew has been detained by police, local media reported.