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Cruz Erdmann won the title of Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year at just 14-years-old. Here are some photographs of his work, as well as the winning shot that won him the prestigious award. 
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A man with his hands encased in plastic bags, cries after he learns that his brother, who he brought to the Ebola treatment centre at Island hospital in Monrovia yesterday.
It began in a village deep in the forests of south eastern Guinea, when a two-year-old boy named Emile developed a mysterious illness. Now it is causing panic in the United States. This is how the deadly Ebola virus ended up in Dallas
Canto-pop singer Denise Ho speaking in Admiralty on Saturday.
Celebrities from home and abroad are voicing their opinions on social media as the Occupy Central movement has entered its third day.
Jessica Jung is on her own.
Girls’ Generation had a breakout hit with Gee, but will they be able to continue their success with "only" eight members?
Mount Ontake's eruption trapped about 250 people who were enjoying a hike.
At least 36 people are believed to have died when Mount Ontake erupted on Saturday. The disaster happened just before noon - perhaps the worst possible time, as at least 250 people were enjoying a beautiful autumn hike.
In this handout photo supplied by the Wildlife Conservation Society, (WCS) WCS members inspect the scene where a poached elephant lays dead in the Niassa Reserve, Mozambique, after being shot dead by poachers with an AK-47.
Poachers slaughtered 22 elephants in Mozambique in the first two weeks of September, environmentalists said Monday
One of the migrants rescued by the Libyan coastguard after their boat capsized in an earlier incident is taken out of an ambulance, Libya, 15 September 2014.
In yet another tragedy in the Mediterranean, 10 migrants drown and 35 are missing as their overcrowded boat sinks off Libya
A protester carries a butterfly-shaped cut-out sign during the march in New York.
Hundreds of thousands of people from Melbourne to Manhattan took to the streets yesterday (21SEP) to demand their leaders act on global warming, in the biggest display of public support for action to tackle climate change yet seen.
Benjamin Hui plays with a boy in Beung Xay village.
The visiting Young Envoys from Unicef Hong Kong joins Youth Radio in Laos in educating Laotian communities on important issues that affect their lives through games, music, and drama.
Anti-independence Better Together "no" campaigners hold a Union Jack handkerchief as they celebrate the Scottish independence referendum result following the Fife local authority declaration at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh, today.
Today, the people of Scotland decided on their future. They voted against independence and to stay inside the United Kingdom. British Prime Minister David Cameron says decision is settled "for a generation".
Mohamed Raad, a  23-year-old from Gaza, talks to AFP at the port town of Chania on Crete island on September 17, 2014.
After three days adrift, drinking his own urine to survive as he watched dozens of people sink to a watery grave, Mohamed Raad started to lose his grip.