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Ebola crisis to last at least six months – MSF

The outbreak of Ebola in West Africa will take at least six months to bring under control, the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres says. Speaking in Geneva,…

Ebola outbreak takes economic toll on West Africa

Ebola outbreak takes economic toll on West Africa

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa threatens to exact a severe economic toll, analysts said on Thursday, as striken countries remained in lockdown and rushed to bolster…

Obama talks to Liberia, Sierra Leone leaders on Ebola

Obama talks to Liberia, Sierra Leone leaders on Ebola

United States President Barack Obama called his counterparts in Liberia and Sierra Leone Thursday to discuss the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the White House said. The…

Nurse Who Skipped Ebola Quarantine To Travel To Enugu Is Transported Back To Lagos In A Special Ambulance

Nurse Who Skipped Ebola Quarantine To Travel To Enugu Is Transported Back To Lagos In A Special Ambulance

Nigerian Minister for Health, Professor Onyebuchi Chukwu has confirmed that the Lagos nurse who travelled to Enugu against medical advice is now back in Lagos and is…

Ghana Records First Case of Ebola! Burkinabe man Dead on Arrival ebola-outbreak

After several negative scares and a near invincible general outlook concerning Ebola which has become a regional threat to West Africa, it seems Ghana just may have…

Ebola:Anglican Primate suspends handshake during Communion

The Primate of the Church Of Nigeria Anglican Communion the Most Revd Nicholas Okoh on Sunday suspended shaking of hands during communion. He also said the church…

Crash Victims to Be Flown to Netherlands on Wednesday

By Gabriel Benjamin A first set of bodies recovered from the Malaysia Airlines3786.KU -4.35% Flight 17 crash site is expected to be transported to the Netherlands on…

Envoy Ismael Koroma pays courtesy call on Japanese counterpart

By Abdul Karim Koroma in Addis Ababa Sierra Leone’s Deputy Ambassador to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Ismael Koroma, on Monday 26th May paid a courtesy…

President Koroma speaks on Ebola threat in Antwerp

By Mohamed Massaquoi in Brussels While addressing the Sierra Leonean community in Antwerp, southeastern Brussels yesterday, President Ernest Bai Koroma assured Sierra Leoneans that frantic efforts are…

Light at the end of the tunnel

Light at the end of the tunnel

Much ado over Africa’s power sector By Kingsley Ighobor Apapa is an industrial hub in Lagos, Nigeria’s bustling commercial capital that’s home to some 17 million people.…