The terrifying black death plague has strengthened its grip and sent the death toll soaring. After Daily Star Online reported the disease ravaging Madagascar has killed 143 people, the deadly plague has now claimed 165.  And with at least another 2,000 being infected, fears of a global outbreak has doubled after the World Health Organisation’s latest update. Officials at the world health body have now admitted there is a real risk the disease could spread to Europe, the US and across the globe. They are pinning

their hopes, however, on a range of emergency measures being put in place to stop this from happening. This disease – which can kill in just 24 hours – has sparked global panic especially as a similar outbreak of Black Death killed off one-third of medieval Europe – and that was a staggering 50 million people. The latest disease is a more virulent form that spreads through coughing, sneezing or spitting and is almost always fatal if untreated.  READ MORE