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A passenger wearing a protective mask enters Beijing West railway station following the outbreak of coronavirus. (Nicolas Asfouri, Getty)
The World Health Organisation prequalified Merck's vaccine for widespread use in November but regulatory hoops are just a small part of...
Deadly outbreak is ‘global wake-up call’, WHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says. The head...
Political, security and cultural complications – not least a refusal to believe that Ebola exists – have thwarted efforts to overcome...
Women in the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo are allegedly being asked for sexual favours in exchange for Ebola treatment.
The World Health Organization launches an inquiry after claims of ‘legendary’ corruption, including racism and sexism.
Ebola wiped out nearly 10% of Liberia’s doctors and nurses. Take a look at life for those it left behind.
The virus’ resurgence, this time in a city of more than one-million people could set the scene for a fast-spreading disaster.
Time is running out for hundreds of families who may never find the final resting place of loved ones lost to Ebola.
Many families faced financial hardship during the outbreak. Some men took advantage of young girls, offering support in return for sex.
During the Ebola crisis, banks, borders and markets were closed for over six months. The ban on Sunday markets still hasn't been lifted.
When Ebola hit an overcrowded slum in Freetown people feared the worst. But a gang of unlikely heroes emerged to help the community.
Ebola tore into the fabric of family life, and the relationships that bind them. These are two similar stories, with very different endings.
After almost two years, the nation comes together to watch the national football team play its first match on home turf.
At the peak of the Ebola crisis, the government in Sierra Leone implemented a national lockdown. One man used this time to upskill himself.
For six months Bankolay Turay and his sweetheart could only communicate via phone and text as the the Ebola crisis swept across West Africa.