The UN health agency says the pandemic is likely to be "lengthy" and response fatigue is a risk.
The outbreak on the MS Roald Amundsen comes just weeks after the cruise industry began to reopen.
The woman is in a "serious but stable condition" after being hit by the whale during a group swim.
The US Navy Seals have launched an investigation after the footage from an event last year emerged.
Esther Salas' son was killed by a lawyer who police say targeted her due to her role as federal judge.
Three African Americans have been explaining why they left the US to find a better life in Africa.
Ricardas Puisys was found deep in woods, where it is thought he was trying to avoid exploitation.
Documents on UK-US trade negotiations were leaked in the run-up to the 2019 general election.
As many as 300 inmates are said to be still on the run after the gun and bomb attack in Jalalabad.
Thousands of people have been forced to evacuate their homes to escape the fire east of Los Angeles.
This comes weeks after the former monarch was linked to an investigation into alleged corruption.
Nearly three times more people died than Iran's government admitted, records seen by the BBC show.
Bill English was the first person to use a computer mouse, building the first prototype in 1963.
Branded clothing from the ill-fated festival is being sold, with money going to victims of the fraud.
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