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The Ebola outbreak in West Africa appears to be slowing down, according to the UN special envoy on the virus, but he added the battle was far from
Ebola can be beaten by the end of 2015 says UN mission head
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Ban Ki-moon praises healthcare workers in Ebola-hit African countries
During a trip to Sierra Leone and Liberia the United Nation’s Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has praised healthcare workers fighting the Ebola virus
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A week of mourning has been declared in Guinea after dozens of people were feared to have been killed in a stampede at a concert in the capital