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Deep in the forests of southern Guinea, the first victims fell ill with high fevers. People assumed it was the perennial killer malaria and had no reason to fear touching the bodies, as is the custom in traditional funerals.
An Ebola epidemic is now being characterized as 'out of control' by Doctors Without Borders, who have identified more than 60 outbreak hotspots in West Africa, AFP reports.
2 new Ebola deaths confirmed in West Africa, in Guinea and Sierra Leone, taking toll to 170.
Two new deaths from the deadly Ebola disease were announced Monday by health authorities in Guinea and Sierra Leone, raising fears that the first outbreak in West Africa is not yet under control. The new fatalities are far from where the outbreak began.
Health workers have made dramatic progress in controlling an Ebola outbreak in West Africa in recent weeks, a doctor with the World Health Organization said Friday.
The doctor has beaten the odds and survived Ebola, but he still has one more problem: The stigma carried by the deadly disease.
The World Health Organization says 147 people have died from the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa.
Catholics in Papua New Guinea honored the evangelization, 80 years ago, of the remote interior of the nation's main island by making a pilgrimage in the steps of its first missionaries.
The World Health Organization says the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa has killed more than 140 people.