Ebola survivors tackle stigma in Liberia

Ebola survivors continue to face stigma and discrimination in Liberia as the epidemic declines. A group called Young Life has taken up the task to psychologically rehabilitate survivors, some of whom still suffer health problems. Feb 16, 2015

Cyber gang hitting banks for big bucks

You won't be able to see it, but in the dark corners of the internet, hundreds of millions of dollars are being stolen from banks all over the world. Cybercriminals in Russia, Ukraine and China are Feb 16, 2015

30 minute saliva test for dengue

Diagnosing dengue has come a long way - these days it's as simple as spitting - thanks to researchers in Singapore who have developed a rapid saliva test for the disease. The device could prove a game Feb 16, 2015

Egypt bombs Islamic State targets in Libya after militant group released mass beheading video

Egypt, Feb 16 (ANI): Egyptian warplanes launched air strikes against Islamic State targets in Libya on Monday, hours after a video of mass killing of Christians was published on the Internet, enraging Cairo. Egypt's military said in a statement on state television that it had carried out an air strike against Islamic State targets in Libya at dawn on Monday, a day after the group released a video appearing to show the beheading of 21 Egyptians there. The attack focused on Islamic State camps, training sites and weapons storage areas in Libya, where Islamist militants have thrived amid chaos. President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has repeatedly said militants based in Libya pose a serious security threat to Egypt, a strategic US ally that is fighting insurgents in the Sinai who have pledged allegiance to Islamic State. The video released earlier showed 21 Egyptian Christians, who had gone to Libya in search of jobs, being marched to a beach, forced to kneel, and then beheaded. Feb 16, 2015

Renewed friendship between India, Sri Lanka would benefit both the countries: Maithripala Sirisena

New Delhi, Feb 16 (ANI): Sri Lanka's newly elected President Maithripala Sirisena met Narendra Modi for bilateral talks in New Delhi as part of his four-day trip to India. Sirisena said he hoped the renewed friendship would benefit both the countries. Meanwhile, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that India and Sri Lanka civil nuclear agreement was a sign of mutual trust between the two neighbours. The two countries also signed a slew of memorandums on agriculture, economic cooperation, cultural ties and connectivity. Feb 16, 2015