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Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

A burial team in Bong County, Liberia, buried a suspected Ebola victim in October 2014. The Ebola epidemic that hit West Africa that year claimed 11,310 lives.
Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

A burial team in Bong County, Liberia, buried a suspected Ebola victim in October 2014. The Ebola epidemic that hit West Africa that year claimed 11,310 lives.
Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

A burial team in Bong County, Liberia, buried a suspected Ebola victim in October 2014. The Ebola epidemic that hit West Africa that year claimed 11,310 lives.
Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

A burial team in Bong County, Liberia, buried a suspected Ebola victim in October 2014. The Ebola epidemic that hit West Africa that year claimed 11,310 lives.
Audio recordings drag Guinea president into mine bribery scandal

Audio recordings drag Guinea president into mine bribery scandal

Audio recordings obtained by FRANCE 24 have cast new light on the titanic battle raging over one of the world’s largest iron ore deposits, suggesting the murky practices Guinea’s President Alpha Condé
The French banker at the centre of a Guinean mining scandal

The French banker at the centre of a Guinean mining scandal

FRANCE 24 has been looking into allegations that François Polge de Combret, a French banker and adviser to Guinean President Alpha Condé, was paid to use his influence to secure a major mining project
New Ebola Vaccine Gives 100 Percent Protection

New Ebola Vaccine Gives 100 Percent Protection

Health workers in November 2015 with Mibemba Soumah, infected by Ebola, at a treatment center in Conakry, Guinea.
New Ebola Vaccine Gives 100 Percent Protection

New Ebola Vaccine Gives 100 Percent Protection

Health workers in November 2015 with Mibemba Soumah, infected by Ebola, at a treatment center in Conakry, Guinea.
New Ebola Vaccine Gives 100 Percent Protection

New Ebola Vaccine Gives 100 Percent Protection

Health workers in November 2015 with Mibemba Soumah, infected by Ebola, at a treatment center in Conakry, Guinea.
Op-Ed Contributors: A Zika Vaccine, but for Whom?

Op-Ed Contributors: A Zika Vaccine, but for Whom?

The Zika virus was first disovered in April 1947 near Lake Victoria in Uganda.
State Department finally taking action on countries who don’t accept deportees

State Department finally taking action on countries who don’t accept deportees

About time, but more is needed The post State Department finally taking action on countries who don’t accept deportees appeared first on Hot Air.
Ebola’s Legacy: Children With Cataracts

Ebola’s Legacy: Children With Cataracts

Aminata Conteh, 8, awaiting cataract surgery at a hospital in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Two years after surviving Ebola, Aminata had a cataract, a debilitating complication from the disease that has
Ebola’s Legacy: Children With Cataracts

Ebola’s Legacy: Children With Cataracts

Aminata Conteh, 8, awaiting cataract surgery at a hospital in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Two years after surviving Ebola, Aminata had a cataract, a debilitating complication from the disease that has
Red Cross 'outraged' over pilfering of Ebola aid millions by its own staff

Red Cross 'outraged' over pilfering of Ebola aid millions by its own staff

Organisation confirms misappropriation of almost $6m donated to fight deadly 2014 outbreak that claimed more than 11,000 lives in west AfricaThe Red Cross has admitted that millions of dollars meant
Vatican Cardinal Says the West Is ‘Committing Suicide’ by Forgetting Its Christian Roots

Vatican Cardinal Says the West Is ‘Committing Suicide’ by Forgetting Its Christian Roots

The prominent African Cardinal Robert Sarah said in a recent address in Belgium that by forgetting its Christian roots the West is committing suicide, “because a tree without roots is condemned to
In Guinea, Wave of Protests Leaves at Least 11 Dead

In Guinea, Wave of Protests Leaves at Least 11 Dead

A protester in Conakry, Guinea, on Tuesday. Thousands have turned out for demonstrations, and security forces have responded with tear gas and tanks.
Deadly Ebola Strikes Anew, a Week After Previous Outbreak Was Extinguished

Deadly Ebola Strikes Anew, a Week After Previous Outbreak Was Extinguished

Health workers near Mbandaka, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in June. An outbreak there was declared over last week, only to be followed by a new one 1,500 miles away.
Deadly Ebola Strikes Anew, a Week After Previous Outbreak Was Extinguished

Deadly Ebola Strikes Anew, a Week After Previous Outbreak Was Extinguished

Health workers near Mbandaka, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in June. An outbreak there was declared over last week, only to be followed by a new one 1,500 miles away.
Deadly Ebola Strikes Anew, a Week After Previous Outbreak Was Extinguished

Deadly Ebola Strikes Anew, a Week After Previous Outbreak Was Extinguished

Health workers near Mbandaka, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in June. An outbreak there was declared over last week, only to be followed by a new one 1,500 miles away.
Chimp sanctuary created by World Bank threatened by World Bank-backed dam

Chimp sanctuary created by World Bank threatened by World Bank-backed dam

Bank helped create reserve for endangered primates, but has since funded studies used to approve dam that would flood newly created habitat Less than a year after it helped to create one of the