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‘We’re all in Trouble’ If Ebola Outbreak in Africa Goes Unchecked

‘We’re all in Trouble’ If Ebola Outbreak in Africa Goes Unchecked

Health officials keep observant that a smartest approach to keep Americans protected from Ebola is to stop a conflict during a epicenter in West Africa. And in West Africa, a pathogen is still raging. The series of cases in a 3 hardest-hit countries, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, usually sped past 10,000. The series of […]

‘We’re all in Trouble’ If Ebola Outbreak in Africa Goes Unchecked

‘We’re all in Trouble’ If Ebola Outbreak in Africa Goes Unchecked

Health officials keep observant that a smartest approach to keep Americans protected from Ebola is to stop a conflict during a epicenter in West Africa. And in West Africa, a pathogen is still raging. The series of cases in a 3 hardest-hit countries, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, usually sped past 10,000. The series of […]

US isolates troops, Australia imposes visa anathema on Ebola-hit West Africa states

US isolates troops, Australia imposes visa anathema on Ebola-hit West Africa states

MONROVIA/FREETOWN (Reuters) – Australia became a initial grown nation on Tuesday to close a borders to adults of a countries worst-hit by a West African Ebola outbreak, a pierce those states pronounced stigmatized healthy people and would make it harder to quarrel a disease. Australia’s anathema on visas for adults of Sierra Leone, Liberia and […]

Obama Says U.S. Should Embrace Health Workers Fighting Ebola In Africa

Obama Says U.S. Should Embrace Health Workers Fighting Ebola In Africa

WASHINGTON — The United States shouldn’t do anything to daunt health caring workers from roving to Ebola-stricken countries, President Barack Obama pronounced Tuesday in remarks that contrasted neatly with a actions of governors who have sought to quarantine doctors and nurses returning from West Africa. “We don’t wish to daunt a health caring workers from […]

US isolates troops, Australia imposes visa anathema on Ebola-hit West Africa states

US isolates troops, Australia imposes visa anathema on Ebola-hit West Africa states

MONROVIA/FREETOWN (Reuters) – Australia became a initial grown nation on Tuesday to close a borders to adults of a countries worst-hit by a West African Ebola outbreak, a pierce those states pronounced stigmatized healthy people and would make it harder to quarrel a disease. Australia’s anathema on visas for adults of Sierra Leone, Liberia and […]

Obama Says U.S. Should Embrace Health Workers Fighting Ebola In Africa

Obama Says U.S. Should Embrace Health Workers Fighting Ebola In Africa

WASHINGTON — The United States shouldn’t do anything to daunt health caring workers from roving to Ebola-stricken countries, President Barack Obama pronounced Tuesday in remarks that contrasted neatly with a actions of governors who have sought to quarantine doctors and nurses returning from West Africa. “We don’t wish to daunt a health caring workers from […]

Portraits: Africa’s vanishing monarchs

Portraits: Africa’s vanishing monarchs

.cnn_html_media_utility::before{color:red;content:’>>’;font-size:9px;line-height:12px;padding-right:1px} .cnnstrylccimg640{margin:0 27px 14px 0} .captionText{filter:alpha(opacity=100);opacity:1} .cnn_html_slideshow_media_caption a,.cnn_html_slideshow_media_caption a:visited,.cnn_html_slideshow_media_caption a:link,.captionText a,.captionText a:visited,.captiontext a:link{color:outline:medium none} .cnnVerticalGalleryPhoto{margin:0 auto;padding-right:68px;width:270px} ]]> Vienna-based photographer and art historian Alfred Weidinger has spent a past 5 years capturing a fame of Africa’s monarchies and genealogical leaders for his detailed project, The Last Kings of Africa. Bakary Yerima Bouba Alioum, Lamido of Maroua, […]

Ebola: US envoy hits out during countries unwell to assistance west Africa

Ebola: US envoy hits out during countries unwell to assistance west Africa

The US envoy to a United Nations has criticised a turn of general support for nations strike by Ebola as she starts a debate of west African nations during a epicentre of a lethal outbreak. Samantha Power pronounced before nearing in Guinea on Sunday that too many leaders were praising a efforts of countries like […]

Senzo Meyiwa, South African Soccer Star, Dies in Shooting

Senzo Meyiwa, South African Soccer Star, Dies in Shooting

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South Africa Soccer Team Captain Shot and Killed

South Africa Soccer Team Captain Shot and Killed

The captain of South Africa’s inhabitant soccer group was fatally shot during a friend’s residence during an attempted spoliation on Sunday night, military said. Goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa was killed around 8 p.m. after dual gunmen entered a residence in Vosloorus municipality nearby Johannesburg while an confederate waited outside. The 27-year-old Meyiwa was shot in a […]

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