This image shows the 1 million student led protesters and civilians rallying against the Beijing Government officials. There is no comparison between the amount of protesters verse the government in Tiananmen Square on June 4th.
This is a picture of the police forces in Beijing using pepper spray during clashes between protestors. This photo is effective because it sends the message that no matter what, the protestors are going to continue to fighting for what they want, pro-democracy and they will not give up even if that means being harassed by policeman.
Ebola is a disease that is being contracted among many countries in the world that is very serious and deadly. Fruit bats are believed to be one the main carrier sources that are spreading this disease to people and other animals. Doctors are still looking for a cure for this illness. According to The Wall Street Journal, on Wednesday, October 8th at 7:51, a man named Thomas Eric Duncan died from the deadly disease, Ebola. He was the first person in the United States to be diagnosed wight the disease and had been in critical condition for days at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Mr. Duncan came to American last month through a refugee program but apparently had been in contact with a woman who died form ebola prior to his arrival to the states. This source used a lot more information about Duncans health care and other people that he may have been in contact with before he was admitted into the hospital. It also was more detailed in story of Mr. Duncan. CNN news approached this story a little differently by doing a question and answer style report. It gave a little background about the victim and then asked questions such as "Was Mr. Duncan tested for ebola before he got on the plan to go to America?" It also asked questions regarding his treatment and his illness.