WHO boss responds to Ebola criticism

After blistering criticism over how the World Health Organization handled the Ebola outbreak, its Director-General Dr. Margaret Chan announced changes aimed at the way the agency handles health emergencies.

Ebola declared dead in Liberia

After losing more than 4,000 people to Ebola, Liberia has now been declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) to be free of the disease.

Unknown ailment kills 18 within hours

A mysterious affliction has killed at least 13 people in southwestern Nigeria, leaving health officials scrambling to determine its cause.

Unknown ailment kills 18 within hours

A mysterious affliction has killed at least 13 people in southwestern Nigeria, leaving health officials scrambling to determine its cause.

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Workers exposed to Ebola return to U.S.

Eight American aid workers who were exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone have been flown back to the United States where health authorities will watch them closely for signs of the disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Ebola vaccine campaign launching

After months racing not only to treat Ebola but to find ways to prevent it, health authorities will launch a vaccination campaign Saturday in one of the areas that has been most devastated by the disease.

USAfrica: Buhari says he’ll tackle Boko Haram, fight corruption and consolidate democracy

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‘100 missing’ as boats collide in DRC

Up to 100 people are feared missing after two boats collided on the Congo River in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the World Health Organization said Saturday.

‘100 missing’ as boats collide in DRC

Up to 100 people are feared missing after two boats collided on the Congo River in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the World Health Organization said Saturday.

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WHO: New Ebola cases falling

The number of new Ebola cases reported in the three worst-hit countries falls to its lowest level since late June, the World Health Organization says.

Hospital releases ‘Ebola country’ passenger

A plane passenger who had recently traveled to an "Ebola-affected country" does not have the virus and was released from the hospital, according to a statement from the New Jersey Department of Health.

Deadly floods menace tens of thousands

Tens of thousands of people in the southern tip of Malawi have been cut off by deadly floods, leaving them without food, clean water or access to health care, aid organizations have warned, while many others have been displaced.

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Nurse with Ebola ‘exposure’ to be admitted into NIH hospital

The National Institutes of Health "expects to admit a patient with exposure to the Ebola virus" later Thursday into its facility in Bethesda, Maryland, "for observation and to enroll in a clinical protocol," the NIH said.

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