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Ads by Google Nigeria is reeling from Boko Haram attacks and the Ebola virus outbreak, South Africa welcomes the end of a month-long strike and Sweden ups aid to Uganda. The Nigerian Sun reports that the double blasts in Kano mark a new low in the
Health officials will today hold an emergency meeting to draw up a plan to curb the threat of the Ebola virus countrywide. The meeting has been informed by the threat of the disease, which has rocked several West African states, with Nigeria being
Campbell doesn't remember the exact moment he slipped into a deep, dark pit but he knew he was carrying a secret that could destroy him...Sawyer crossed two countries in a plane while infected with the Ebola virus...Now, officials are desperately
While an unprecedented Ebola outbreak rages in western Africa, work on a vaccine and treatment for the deadly viruses proceeds a half-world away in Galveston. The island is home to one of the few Biosafety Level 4 labs in the world and tackles the
NO ONE knows for sure just how many people Patrick Sawyer came into contact with the day he boarded a plane bound for Nigeria...THE Sunday Times and PerthNow shines a light on the silent issue of suicide among our fly-in, fly-out workforce.
God's going to deliver me from this but even if he doesn't.....Kent Smith, an elder at the South Central Alliance Churches in Fort Worth, Texas, where Kent Brantly and his wife Amber worship, told MailOnline that the doctor has been frank with
The Nigerian city of Lagos on Monday shut down and quarantined a hospital where a man died of Ebola in the first recorded case of the highly infectious disease in Africa's most populous country. Patrick Sawyer, a consultant for the Liberian finance
Ebola first appeared more than three decades ago, but there is still no cure or specific treatment for the disease, in part because the dangerous nature of the virus makes it difficult to study, experts say. People with Ebola are treated with only
A second American aid worker stationed at a Liberian hospital tested positive for the Ebola virus on Sunday, a week after an infected man brought the disease by plane to Nigeria. Nancy Writebol, a worker with allied aid group Serving in Mission (
ONE man has died and thirteen others have been injured in a rare lightning strike at California's Venice Beach.