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NPA steps up security against Ebola

Authorities at the National Port Authority or NPA have stepped up security and put in place stringent measures to ensure that there is a zero outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus at the port facility. The port facility is yet to record any individual showing symptoms of the virus at its premises.

 

Ellen rejects WHO’s prediction

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has rejected the World Health Organization’s prediction that the Ebola outbreak in West Africa could infect more than 20,000 people before it is brought under control.

   

CDC official wicked plot exposed!

As the deadly Ebola Virus Disease rampages across West Africa, threatening to upend significant gains made by the international community in bringing stability to war-torn nations like Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, a handful of self-seeking Diasporan Liberians are secretly planning to use the current epidemic crisis to cause civil unrests that would lead to destabilization of the current regime, under the pretext of "exposing the ills and the level of ineptitude in government along with corruption".

   

Ebola kills 41 in Nimba

A Nimba County Senator has disclosed that the deadly Ebola has killed 41 persons in the county, whil...

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Washington Recaptured

WASHINGTON, DC – Two hundred years ago, Washington DC was captured by the British – who then proceed...

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