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People from West African countries hard hit by the virus will no longer be granted visas to enter Canada, government says
Treatment facility can hold up to 200 patient; some signs illness may be declining
Renowned poet Federico Garcia Lorca was among tens of thousands of civilians executed and buried in unmarked graves in 1936
Father of 13-year-old and 11-year-old was among 239 people on board jetliner that mysteriously disappeared in March

Photos of the week

The best images from the week's news, Oct. 24 - Oct. 31, 2014
Nestle Japan will introduce humanoid robots at shops to promote the sales of its coffee machines. Starting in November the company plans to place about 1,000 of the robots in home appliance stores across Japan.
The U.S. military is defending its decision on a three-week Ebola quarantine for troops returning from West Africa. Charlie Rose reports.
A huge police force in Jerusalem is trying to keep calm at the disputed holy site Muslims call the "Noble Sanctuary" and Jews call the "Temple Mount." Israeli officials shut it down Thursday after police killed a man accused of shooting a Rabbi. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Documentary describes the shipwreck, political intrigue and cannibalism depicted in "The Raft of the Medusa"
Ecuador's once endangered Galapagos tortoise population has made a steady recovery, according to a new study, thanks to the success of a captive breeding program in the region. There were once only 12 Galapagos tortoises, but now there are more than 2,000.

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