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  • As Ebola fight grows, some countries are noticeably absent

    WASHINGTON Despite the United States' diplomatic arm-twisting, international health experts are warning that the international response to the deadly Ebola outbreak remains dangerously inadequate to meet the needs on the ground.
  • Burkina Faso president's attempt to extend 27-year rule backfires

    One of Africa's longest-serving leaders, President Blaise Compaore of Burkina Faso, was forced to dissolve his government Thursday after severely misreading popular anger over his attempt to extend his 27 years in power. Compaore declared a national...

    Some Ebola health workers get cold reception upon return home

    Some Ebola health workers get cold reception upon return home
    They're the front-line soldiers: doctors and nurses like New York physician Craig Spencer who leave their families and friends, travel to help sick and dying people in a strange country and confront a dangerous virus. Without them there is no fight...

    Mali monitors 43 people as it tackles its first case of Ebola

    Mali monitors 43 people as it tackles its first case of Ebola
    Health authorities in Mali are monitoring 43 people known to have been in contact with a 2-year-old girl, the West African nation's first Ebola case. As Malian officials scrambled to head off the threat, authorities in neighboring Ivory Coast were...

    Africa is more than disease and terrorism, says African Union leader

    When the headlines coming out of Africa are Ebola, terrorists who kidnap schoolgirls and various rebel movements taking over various governments, it’s difficult to talk about what Africa is beyond that collection of crises. But that’s part...