1. Second Texas Ebola diagnosis
A second Texas health care worker from the hospital that treated Liberian Thomas Duncan has tested positive to Ebola.
The young nurse has been identified as Amber Jay Vinson a 29-year old from Ohio.
Concerns are mounting in the US after reports that she flew on a commercial flight from Cleveland to Dallas the day before her diagnosis.
The Daily Mail reports that she flew to Ohio to plan her wedding.
Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said she should not have been on the plane.
Officials are trying to track down and interview all 132 people on the flight.
NBC News reports that the Centre for Disease Control has admitted that mistakes were made with Duncan and that a quicker response might have prevented the virus spreading to hospital workers.
2. Madeleine McCann breakthrough
A paedophile who has preyed on young girls in Australia and Europe has been arrested in Malta and is being extradited to the UK where he will answer questions about the case of Madeleine McCann.
British man Roderick Macdonald, 76, is believed to have been in Portugal when three-year-old McCann went missing in 2007 police believe he has knowledge of paedophile gangs operating in the area at the time.
3. Surrogacy devastation
An Australian couple have discovered they have no genetic link to their surrogate baby born in India.
Woman’s Day report that the twins were meant to have been conceived using the father’s sperm and a donor egg, but a test has shown the Australian man is not the twins’ biological father.
4. Mel Greig speaks of her grief
Former DJ Mel Greig has told a radio festival in Manchester that the suicide of nurse Jacintha Saldanha made her feel like she deserved to die.
She told the conference “’It was horrific. And at the time I felt that I deserved it, people were saying you deserve to die and I honestly thought I do deserve to die.
“I had failed as a human being – someone has taken their own life because of something I was involved in.
“And I believed that I deserved all those tweets, it went on for months and because I was in lockdown all I did was read the comments.”
She says that when she went in to hospital for major surgery for endometriosis she was convinced it was karma
“I took a mother, and now I don’t deserve to be a mother.” She said she thought at the time.
5. Oscar Pistorius sentencing
A cousin of Reeva Steenkamp has told the court during Oscar Pistorius’s sentencing hearing that Reeva’s death has “ruined” her whole family.