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2 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
In a bid to combat the spread of the deadly Ebola Disease, a Deputy Foreign Minister has donated L$80,000 worth of Ebola Virus preventive items to the Transport Union here.
6 hrs ago | WNYC-AM New York
"When I wake up in the morning, I will pray to God to give me strength and focus," says 21-year-old Sorie Fofana.
10 hrs ago | The Newtown Bee
Progress on building a school in Liberia that was funded by an anonymous couple on the West Coast and Reed Intermediate School's Pushcart Warriors has been halted, due to the spread of Ebola.
14 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
The young campaigners coming down the street were wearing mismatched white T-shirts on which they had scribbled the words "Ebola awareness".
17 hrs ago | The Daily Star
ACCRA: Ebola-hit nations met for crisis talks Thursday as the death toll topped 1,500 and the World Health Organization warned that the number of cases could exceed 20,000 before the outbreak is stemmed.
Via the Daily Observer , more signs of economic collapse-and Canada doesn't look good: Mt.Coffee Hydro Dam Rehabilitation Work Halted .
MONROVIA: Security forces in the Liberian capital fired live rounds and tear gas on Wednesday to disperse a stone-throwing crowd trying to break an Ebola quarantine imposed on their neighbourhood, as the death toll from the epidemic in West Africa hit 1,350.
MA©decins Sans FrontiA res/Doctors Without Borders is rapidly scaling up its operations in Liberia as the international response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa continues to be chaotic and entirely inadequate.
Just days after notifying its Liberian passengers that it was canceling flights due to pressure from several West African countries, SN Brussels, one of two remaining air carriers still flying Liberia route, says it is now resuming services to Liberia.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has ordered the dismissal of some junior and senior level cabinet ministers, who, in the wake of the deadly Ebola outbreak left the country and have yet to return.
It appears President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has many critics who do not only want her resigning her post as president, but are also calling for her to face the International court of justice for alleged crimes against humanity.
The World Health Organization said on Tuesday it had shut a laboratory in Sierra Leone after a health worker there was infected with Ebola, a move that may hamper efforts to boost the global response to the worst-ever outbreak of the disease.
Dr. Abraham Borbor, Deputy Chief Medical Doctor at Liberia's leading medical institution, the John F. Kennedy Medical Center who died from Ebola on Sunday, was not treated like any other Ebola dead.
Ebola still has the "upper hand" in the outbreak that has killed more than 1,400 people in West Africa, but experts have the means to stop it, a top American health official said during a visit to the hardest-hit countries.
Daniel Roberts, a World Bank Project Manager assigned with Ministry of Finance has been forwarded to the court for an attempted Theft of Property and Economic Sabotage in the tune of US$87,486 by the National Security Agency .
In the past, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf disparaged former Liberian leaders because, in her view, they were corrupt.
Holding and feeding her baby girl, at the Touch Humanity in Need of Kindness safe home, Benita Sumo, not her real name, a 15 year-old-girl says she became a mother when she was raped by her male teacher, at age fourteen, in Kolahun, Lofa County Northern Liberia.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 08:49 pm
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