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Liberia and Sierra Leone have declared states of emergency, ordering the closure of schools and markets and the quarantining of affected communities, in an attempt to halt the Ebola epidemic that has claimed more than 700 lives across three west African nations. The leaders of both countries... + continue reading
Saturday, August 2, 2014
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By: James Gonmiah - jamesgonmiah@aol.com     A veteran Liberian journalist and former international relief worker, Mr. James Gonmiah has lauded Liberian leader, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for the measures announced in combating the deadly Ebola virus.   Mr. Gonmiah, one... + continue reading
Friday, August 1, 2014
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Two American medical missionaries diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia could be back in the United States as early as this weekend for treatment at special medical isolation units, including Atlanta's Emory University Hospital, the U.S. State Department said Friday. The State... + continue reading
Friday, August 1, 2014
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Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard, Founder and CEO of APO (African Press Organization   DAKAR, Senegal, August 1, 2014/ -- APO (African Press Organization) (http://www.apo-opa.com), the sole press release wire in Africa and the global leader in media relations relating to Africa, announced... + continue reading
Friday, August 1, 2014
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 By: Kanayo F. Nwanze President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development   1 August 2014 – When President Obama and African heads of state and government convene in Washington, DC next week for the first-ever U.S.-African Leaders Summit, they will focus on... + continue reading

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Liberia and Sierra Leone have declared states of emergency, ordering the closure of schools and markets and the quarantining of affected communities, in an attempt to halt the Ebola epidemic that has claimed more than 700 lives across three west African nations. The leaders of both countries have cancelled planned trips to Washington for a US-... + continue reading
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By: James Gonmiah - jamesgonmiah@aol.com     A veteran Liberian journalist and former international relief worker, Mr. James Gonmiah has lauded Liberian leader, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for the measures announced in combating the deadly Ebola virus.   Mr. Gonmiah, one of three men that helped in the launching of the... + continue reading
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Two American medical missionaries diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia could be back in the United States as early as this weekend for treatment at special medical isolation units, including Atlanta's Emory University Hospital, the U.S. State Department said Friday. The State Department did not name the two individuals, nor... + continue reading

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By: James Gonmiah - jamesgonmiah@aol.com     A veteran Liberian journalist and former international relief worker, Mr. James Gonmiah has lauded Liberian leader, President Ellen Johnson... + continue reading

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