Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf expressed concern about what President-elect Donald Trump's policy towards Africa would be.
Since the outbreak of Ebola in west Africa a number of countries have launched information campaigns to curb the consumption of bushmeat.
The chairman of the ruling Unity Party, the parliamentary speaker and a former minister facing bribery charges, along with London-based Sable Mining.
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Many Liberians are too now afraid to enter medical school. In Sierra Leone, the maternity mortality rate could increase by up to 74%!
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The deadliest-ever Ebola outbreak since 1976 has killed 11,312 of the 28,457 people infected since December of 2013.
The WHO had in May declared Liberia Ebola-free only to see deadly virus resurface six weeks later. Country now in a period of heightened surveillance.
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Since first emerging in December 2013, the worst ever outbreak of dreaded disease has left some 11,300 dead - mostly across West Africa.
The serum was 100% effective after a week in more than 7,600 people inoculated, according to results published in The Lancet.
Birth control efforts have since been stepped up so that the population doesn't grow further.
The news came a day after Health Minister Bernice Dahn announced the first Ebola infection in Liberia for more than three months.
The results of the test on monkeys are considered important because they suggest the virus that killed at least 11,000 is not becoming more severe.
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Red cross workers, wearing masks, carry the body of a person who died from Ebola during a burial with relatives of th