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Friday, 08-29-14, 7:26'It Was Hard to Believe - Ebola Is Real' - Survivor Narrates Ordeal[FrontPageAfrica]Monrovia -A certified Ebola survivor Mohammed Sheriff of Barnesville junction has arrived from Foya Ebola transit Camp in Lofa County, where he was released from isolation after he tested negative for the virus. Sheriff, who contracted the deadly Virus last month in an interview with FrontPageAfrica, said it was hard for him to believe that he had a disease that had no known cure. read more...
Thursday, 08-28-14, 12:15People Power Is Changing Ebola Narrative[allAfrica]Monrovia -The young campaigners thronging the street were wearing mismatched white T-shirts on which they had scribbled the words "Ebola awareness".As they passed a church, a melodious chorus coming from inside seemed to serenade them. Waving fliers, some of the young people peeked in through the open church doors and sang along. Others snapped to the beat of the gospel song before they were quickly beckoned onward by an older boy at the group's front. He knew they were on a campaign to save lives. read more...
Thursday, 08-28-14, 12:15All Hands on Deck to Fight Ebola[allAfrica]Monrovia -The young campaigners coming down the street were wearing mismatched white T-shirts on which they had scribbled the words "Ebola awareness". read more...
Thursday, 08-28-14, 11:05CDC Boss Bemoans Liberia - 'Worst Ever Ebola Outbreak'[FrontPageAfrica]U.S medical experts and emergency responders say the Ebola crisis is a dire one that needs the efforts of all Liberians and the world to contain it. The head of the U.S Centers for Disease Control CDC Dr. Tom Frieden at a news conference in Monrovia said the disease is unprecedented and that the world needs to do more to fight it. read more...
Thursday, 08-28-14, 10:27UNMIL - No Sign of Ebola Reduction, Cites Slow Liberia's Response[FrontPageAfrica]Monrovia -The outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia remains on the increase, the United Nations Mission in Liberia has stated in a daily security information report covering the period August 25 to 26. UNMIL in the report indicated that state authorities remain unable to respond in a significant manner and international response also remains limited. read more...
Wednesday, 08-27-14, 9:51Countries' Reactions Disproportionate and Exaggerated[New Dawn]The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan, says while it is understandable that countries not affected by the Ebola outbreak may take measures to protect their citizens, they should heed the World Health Organization's (WHO) recommendations against travel or trade restrictions on Liberia and other countries hit by the Ebola virus. read more...
Wednesday, 08-27-14, 8:02Officials Who Left Amid Ebola Outbreak Fired[VOA]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. read more...
Wednesday, 08-27-14, 8:02President Sirleaf Fires Officials Who Left Amid Ebola Outbreak[VOA]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. read more...
Tuesday, 08-26-14, 17:09Ngafuan Frowns On Exaggerated Reactions[New Republic]Foreign Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan is unhappy with the over-blown responses countries affected by the Ebola virus are receiving from countries not affected by the Ebola outbreak, saying that while the measures may be to protect their citizens, they should heed the World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations do not support travel or trade restrictions on Liberia and other countries hit by the Ebola virus. read more...
Tuesday, 08-26-14, 10:04Liberian Schoolgirl Raped for Grade[FrontPageAfrica]Monrovia -Holding and feeding her baby girl, at the Touch Humanity in Need of Kindness (THINK) 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. read more...

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