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9 hrs ago | NewsTarget.com
As the Ebola virus spreads throughout West Africa, governments there are becoming more and more authoritarian in how they are dealing with it -- actions that are born of fear as much as pragmatism.
10 hrs ago | The Times of India
NEW DELHI: The enormity of the Ebola outbreak hit home on Tuesday as 112 Indians and four Nepalese arrived in the country on different flights from Liberia.
15 hrs ago | In-depth Africa
TOKYO, Japan, August 26, 2014/African Press Organization / - 1. On August 25, the Government of Japan decided to provide emergency relief goods worth 30 million yen to the Republic of Liberia, through the Japan International Cooperation Agency .
19 hrs ago | Switched
The first Briton to have contracted the deadly Ebola virus has been given the experimental drug ZMapp, the London hospital where he is being treated said on Tuesday, two days after he was brought back from West Africa.
21 hrs ago | CBC News
Russian doctor Valentine Safronov stands inside a mobile medical lab donated by the Russian government in Conakry, Guinea, on Tuesday.
Via The Patriotic Vanguard, a Sierra Leonean news source based in Canada: Ebola: Port Loko District in a Mess .
The ministers of international cooperation, health, technical education, and Social Affairs received on 22 August at the international terminal of Conakry diagnostic laboratory epidemiological diseases offered by Russia to Guinea in the the fight against Ebola.
Workers from Doctors Without Borders unload emergency medical supplies to deal with an Ebola outbreak in Conakry, Guinea, March 23, 2014.
Senegal has become the latest country to seal its border with a west African neighbour to ward off the deadly Ebola virus, as the new UN pointman on the epidemic said preparations must be made for a possible flare-up of the disease.
The Air France flight from Freetown to Paris seemed to encapsulate the global panic in the face of the Ebola outbreak with rumours and fears.
Monrovia, Liberia: Soldiers and police officers in riot gear blocked the roads. Even the waterfront was cordoned off, with the coast guard stopping residents from setting out in canoes.
Pacific Correspondent SEAN DORNEY has left the ABC after covering the region for 40 years.
Updated: Tue Aug 26, 2014 10:54 pm
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