A series of attacks on Shiite-majority neighborhoods in Baghdad on Monday killed 44 people.
West Africa could see up to 10,000 new Ebola cases a week within two months.
Qatar offered the biggest donation of $1 billion.
The Islamic State extremist group claimed the attack, saying it was carried out by three foreign jihadists.
Students smashed a number of newly installed metal detectors at campus gates.
Funds will go to security, economic development, food and medicine, shelter and water and sanitation projects.
Airstrikes alone might not prevent Islamic militants from carrying out a massacre.
The latest three are a nurse, a hairdresser, and a hospital cleaner.
Federal agents suspect that Martinez runs Gulf Cartel operations in the Mexican border city of Reynosa.
Violence has displaced 287,000 people across Libya.
The attacks come as Iraq faces its greatest challenge since the 2011 withdraw of U.S. troops.
Public health workers use no-touch thermometers to take the temperatures of the travelers.
The company declared $17.2 million on 274 trips through San Diego’s San Ysidro port of entry.
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He tried to board a plane to Turkey.
Still had no word on whether the 28 bodies found in a mass grave over the weekend included any of the missing students