Friday, October 31, 2014   

Spanish missionary with Ebola lands in Madrid
(08-07 14:25)

An elderly Spanish missionary infected with the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia landed in Madrid Thursday, becoming the first patient in the fast-spreading African outbreak to be evacuated to Europe for treatment.
An Airbus A310 carrying 75-year-old Roman Catholic priest Miguel Pajares landed at the Spanish capital's Torrejon military air base at 8:15 am (0615 GMT), the Defence Ministry said in a message on Twitter. --AFP   
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