With major questions still remaining unanswered, WHO says the vaccine tested in Guinea could be registered in 2018.
by Olivia Acland
Humanitarian crises29 Jan 2016 08:53 GMT
The much-vaunted rebuilding of livelihoods ruined by Ebola is far from happening.
Ebola21 Jan 2016 10:15 GMT
Woman caring for earlier victim identified as second patient in less than a week raising worries of further cases.
Health15 Jan 2016 11:24 GMT
Medical tests confirm new Ebola death in Sierra Leone, just hours after WHO declares West Africa free of the virus.
Humanitarian crises14 Jan 2016 14:23 GMT
WHO marks end of Ebola outbreak in West Africa but stresses need for vigilance in the months to come to avoid flare-ups.
TechKnow03 Jan 2016 11:34 GMT
Scientists are studying the world's deadliest viruses to find treatments and vaccines for new infectious diseases.
Humanitarian crises29 Dec 2015 09:36 GMT
Liberia remains the only country still battling the disease after Sierre Leone was declared free of virus in November.
Sport07 Dec 2015 13:43 GMT
The 18-month ban had forced the national team to play at neutral venues.
Health26 Nov 2015 06:42 GMT
Despite vehicle donations and purchases during the Ebola epidemic, many patients still struggle to reach a hospital.
Humanitarian crises25 Nov 2015 11:11 GMT
More than 150 people under surveillance, two months after West African nation was declared free of the disease.
Health20 Nov 2015 15:45 GMT
Boy, 10, admitted to hospital, in first case to hit West African country since it was declared Ebola-free in September.
Ebola08 Nov 2015 03:39 GMT
Thousands take to the streets to pay tribute to nearly 4,000 citizens who lost their lives in the epidemic.
Ebola05 Nov 2015 09:14 GMT
Health experts say indigenous healers cannot be ignored as Sierra Leone rebuilds after deadly disease epidemic.
Health16 Sep 2015 08:41 GMT
More than 680 people isolated after a 16-year-old girl dies of Ebola infection in the northern city of Makeni.
Poverty & Development03 Aug 2015 20:56 GMT
Both patients in Tonkolili district identified by official as relatives of a man who contracted virus in mid-July.
Health13 Jul 2015 10:30 GMT
About 30 people are still getting infected with Ebola virus each week in West Africa, says UN's envoy David Nabarro.
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