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The president of Liberia has called for stronger international action to bring Ebola under control. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said the outbreak will
The latest World Health Organisation (WHO) figures show the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has killed more than 4,500 people across Liberia, Guinea
In Liberia, two thousand health workers are threatening to go on strike in the midst of the ongoing Ebola outbreak. They are demanding higher wages
Thousands of Liberian healthcare workers are set to go on strike from Monday morning.
They say the government is ignoring their demands for
A major concern for health workers in Liberia’s capital Monrovia is that a shortage of ambulances is causing Ebola sufferers to die at home
A French nurse has contracted Ebola In Liberia. She is the first French national and international staff member from medical charity Medecins Sans
Liberia is set to be hit by a new wave of Ebola cases in the next few weeks.
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) thousands of people
As Sierra Leone plans to introduce a countrywide “lockdown” in the battle to control West Africa’s worst Ebola outbreak, neighbouring Liberia is
On Monday, a patient suffering from the deadly Ebola virus left quarantine in Monrovia to search for food at a local market before being caught by
Two Ebola patients, given the experimental drug ZMapp, have been allowed to leave a treatment centre in the Liberian capital after testing negative
Clashes have broken out on the streets of Liberia’s capital Monrovia, as the West Point shantytown was sealed off in an attempt to curb the spread of
Liberian troops have been ordered to enforce a night-time curfew, beginning on Wednesday, as the Ebola virus continues to spread throughout the
The Liberian government has recovered 17 patients suspected of having Ebola who escaped a treatment centre in the capital, Monrovia.
The World Health Organisation has called for all passengers leaving Ebola stricken countries to submit to screenings.
Checks should be carried out
In the West African country of Liberia, health officials say they fear the accelerated spread of Ebola after a quarantine centre for suspected
Liberia’s army has quarantined a third province because of the Ebola epidemic.
Lofa, in northern Liberia, joins Bomi and Grand Cape Mount, which
Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has pledged over thirteen point four million euros to health workers who have been fighting the Ebola
A Spanish priest infected with the Ebola virus in Liberia has arrived in Madrid for treatment.
The heavy security measures suggest Spain is taking
A second American medical missionary who contracted the deadly Ebola virus while treating patients in Liberia is to be flown back home on a medical
Exceptional measures are being implemented in Liberia amid warnings that the spread of Ebola in West Africa is spiralling out of control.
The former Liberian President Charles Taylor has lost his appeal against a 50-year jail term for war crimes at a special UN-backed tribunal in The
Ex-Liberian president Charles Taylor could face a tougher sentence as his appeal is heard in the Hague. Prosecutors have asked for his 50 year
After the Ivory Coast exploded into civil war in Feburary 2011 thousands of displaced and terrified people crossed into Liberia to escape the
November 23, 2005 Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is officially declared the next President of Liberia, making her the first elected female African head of
With counting underway in Liberia’s presidential run-off the incumbent Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is expected to win after her rival for the job
Tuesday’s presidential election in Liberia is going ahead despite the violence before the poll and calls for a boycott.
Early in the day, turnout