Guinea: Three Years After Ebola Outbreak Declared in Guinea, Survivors Still...

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By Kieran GuilbertDakar — Ebola survivors who suffer from physical and mental health problems struggle to access care Three years after the world's worst recorded...
Guinea’s Pesident Alpha Condé at the White House during the US-Africa Leaders Summit in August. Agence France-Presse/Getty Images

Ebola Could Cause ‘Economic Collapse’ Guinea’s President Warns

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Guinea has been more successful in containing the Ebola epidemic than its immediate neighbors in West Africa, but the loss of revenue caused by...
A house where 33 people are being quarantined because of the Ebola virus is seen in Dakar September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Emma Farge

Senegal tracks route of Guinea student in race to stop Ebola

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In a dusty street of the Senegalese capital Dakar, a hand emerges from behind the door of a run-down house to grab a bundle...

Guinea reopens Ebola clinic as sick spill over border

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Guinea said on Saturday it will reopen an Ebola clinic in its remote southeast as sick nationals living in Liberia and Sierra Leone spill...

Guinea flattens shanty town to combat Ebola spread

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Authorities in Guinea are taking radical action to fight the spread of the deadly Ebola virus. Security forces in Conakry, the capital of the west...

Ebola outbreak likely started by 2-year-old in Guinea

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The worst outbreak of Ebola, which has killed 961 people and triggered an international public health emergency, may have started with a 2-year-old patient...
Doctors Without Borders has set up a regional centre in Guinea to coordinate response to Ebola outbreak [AFP]

Emirates suspends Guinea flights over Ebola

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Dubai carrier Emirates has become the first major international airline to impose a ban in response to the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa...
mid the deadliest Ebola virus outbreak in history, doctors are fighting the disease and also local populations’ fear of medical treatment. Video Credit By Carrie Halperin on Publish Date July 27, 2014. Image CreditSamuel Aranda for The New York Times

Fear of Ebola Breeds a Terror of Physicians

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KOLO BENGOU, Guinea — Eight youths, some armed with slingshots and machetes, stood warily alongside a rutted dirt road at an opening in the...

French businessman jailed for 2 years in Guinea mining case

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A French businessman who sought to obstruct a US investigation into an alleged bribery scheme to secure multibillion-dollar African mining rights for Israeli billionaire...
Somali women's groups launch a campaign against female genital mutilation at a rally in Mogadishu, 2004. Photograph: EPA

Djibouti, Somalia, Guinea, Egypt and Sierra Leone have highest FGM rates

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Female genital mutilation and child marriage still prevalent in parts of global south, but Kenya making 'huge progress' on FGM through community action. Girls in...
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