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PostPosted: Sun Feb 22, 2015 6:13 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

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Liberia: 8 hospital staff under observation in Ebola scare
2/21/15

MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Eight health workers at a hospital in Liberia's capital have been sent home for observation after coming into contact with a patient who later tested positive for Ebola, the country's assistant health minister said Saturday.

The incident occurred at the S.D. Cooper Hospital in Monrovia's Sinkor neighborhood, Tolbert Nyenswah said. The patient, a woman, was transferred to the hospital from a smaller hospital, and staff began treating her before an Ebola test was conducted, Nyenswah said.

The health workers will be under observation for 21 days and will not be coming into work during that period, he said.

"You cannot be under observation and then at the same time go to work to expose people. No way," he said.

There are now eight patients who have tested positive for Ebola being cared for at treatment centers in Liberia, Nyenswah said. Seven of those are in Monrovia, while another is in the town of Kakata, 35 miles northeast of the capital.

That total is a far cry from last year when the West African nation was the center of the worst Ebola outbreak in history.

Liberia has recorded more than 9,000 confirmed, suspected and probable Ebola cases and 3,900 deaths, according to the World Health Organization. However, WHO's most recent update reported only two new cases in the previous week, and schools began reopening earlier this week.

On Friday, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf ordered officials to lift a curfew put in place six months ago and to reopen the country's land border crossings.

Sirleaf is preparing to meet with President Barack Obama next week at the White House. In an interview with state radio, she said she hopes to resume overseas travel after months of staying in Liberia and focusing on the outbreak.

"I feel that I can now take a little bit of a break. But that break is also work-related," she said, noting that she also planned to speak about Ebola at a conference in Brussels in March.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nigeria vote
Dicktator Gen. Muhammadu Buhari wins
April 1, 2015
-  Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan hailed as hero for conceding election defeat.
He will peacefully turn over power to his victorious rival, Muhammadu Buhari.
Anger at Boko Haram Islamic terrorists propels general to presidency.
A majority vote threw out the incumbent president Goodluck Johnathan and replaced him with 72-year old former military dictator Gen. Muhammadu Buhari in Nigeria’s first power transfer by democratic vote. Goodluck conceded defeat. Buhari ruled the country with an iron fist in the 1980s.  Buhari campaigned on a pledge to stamp out the Boko Haram.

Incumbent Goodluck Jonathan phoned Buhari to concede defeat.
Jonathan statement to his countrymen - "I thank all Nigerians once again for the great opportunity I was given to lead this country and assure you that I will continue to do my best at the helm of national affairs until the end of my tenure."
http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/31/world/nigeria-election/index.html
http://www.ctnow.com/news/nationw...election-20150331,0,6357084.story
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Nigeria mystery disease kills 17
April 19, 2015  -  An unknown disease has killed 17 in Ondo, Nigeria over the past 10 days. All of the victims died within 24 hours of falling ill, suffering headache, weight loss and blindness before death.  - RT.com
http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/19/afr...igeria-mystery-illness/index.html

Weedkiller likely cause of Nigeria mystery disease - WHO
http://news.yahoo.com/weedkiller-...ia-mystery-disease-110011197.html
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2015 6:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ebola back in Liberia
June 30, 2015
-  Corpse in Liberia tests positive for Ebola.  He died June 24 in Nedowein near the airport.
http://rt.com/news/line/2015-06-30/#90286
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Liberia investigating animal link after Ebola re-emerges
7/2/15

Liberia confirmed a third Ebola case on Thursday, nearly two months after it was declared Ebola free, and officials said they were investigating whether the disease had managed to lurk in animals before resurfacing.

Dr Moses Massaquoi, case management team leader for Liberia's Ebola task force, said the three villagers who had tested positive for the disease had shared a meal of dog meat, which is commonly eaten in Liberia.

"They come from the same time and have a history of having had dog meat together," he said.

The response team was investigating whether domestic animals might be carrying the virus, he said, referring also to mysterious deaths of hundreds of cattle in remote Lofa county.

Liberia, the country worst hit by the West African Ebola outbreak discovered last year, was also its biggest success story: the only one of the three hard-hit countries so far to be declared Ebola free.

The outbreak was declared over in Liberia on May 9 even as cases have continued to emerge in neighboring Sierra Leone and Guinea. Liberia accounts for more than 4,800 of the 11,220 deaths in the West African outbreak.

The first new Liberian case, 17-year-old Abraham Memaigar, died on Sunday in the village of Nedowein in Margibi County, about 50 km (30 miles) from the capital Monrovia. Two others have since tested positive in the village.

"We have, as of yesterday, three confirmed cases," Deputy Health Minister Tolbert Nyenswah said on Thursday. "One expired, who was the 17-year-old boy ... The two live cases are 24 years old and 27 years old. They are stable."

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 13, 2015 3:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://news.yahoo.com/africas-ebo...t-yet-run-course-u-082857000.html
Africa's Ebola outbreak has not run its course: U.N. envoy
7/13/15

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Africa's Ebola epidemic has not run its course and around 30 people are still getting infected each week, the United Nations' special envoy for the disease said on Monday.

The worst recorded outbreak of the virus has killed more than 11,000 people across West Africa since late 2013, but had abated in recent months. A new flare-up in Liberia is seen as a setback in the fight against it.

"The battle can be won, but it requires sustained effort, very careful negotiation with communities and perfection in follow-up of everybody who has been a contact,” David Nabarro told a media briefing in Cape Town.

He said under normal circumstances, an infection rate of 30 people a week would be considered "a major, major outbreak".

"Probably about one third of these people are not coming from the contact list, which means they are surprise cases, and that’s a big worry," Nabarro earlier told a conference organised by the World Health Organization.

Infection rates are down from the peak of the crisis. But Liberia reported a 17-year-old boy tested positive for the virus on June 30 - almost two months after the country was declared free of Ebola.

Liberia, the country worst hit by the outbreak, had been hailed as an example for neighbouring Guinea and Sierra Leone, which are also struggling to stop the spread of the disease.

Olawale Maiyegun, social affairs director at the African Union Commission, said it seemed communities were forgetting a key "ABC" or "avoid body contact" rule and becoming complacent.

"Where is the ABC rule? I saw people dancing together, I was alarmed in (Sierra Leone's capital) Freetown,” Maiyegun told journalists at the same briefing.

The Ebola outbreak has galvanised a global response. Last week donor countries pledged another $3.4 billion in addition to $1.8 billion of unspent money in an effort to eradicate a disease that has wreaked economic and social havoc.
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13 killed in a Muslim attack on a hotel in central Mali
August 8, 2015
-  Muslim terrorists attack Mali hotel, take hostages.
Sevare is popular among foreigners
The terrorists barricaded themselves in the hotel and took up to 10 people hostage.
Foreigners rescued as Mali hotel siege leaves 7 dead
http://www.timesofisrael.com/fore...ali-hotel-siege-leaves-seven-dead
http://www.rt.com/news/311900-deadly-mali-hotel-attack
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Obama sends 300 US troops to Cameroon
October 14, 2015
-  The United States is sending 300 U.S. troops and drones to Cameroon to bolster a West African effort to counter the Nigerian Boko Haram Muslim terrorists.
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/wor...ram-fight/ar-AAfr7Fh?ocid=U148DHP
http://www.libya-today.com/obama-...cameroon-in-anti-boko-haram-fight

Boko Haram is allied with ISIS.  They have been terrorizing Nigeria.  Obama is far more likely to HELP the Boko locos, not fight them.
I wonder if obama sends US mil places he hopes they wont return.
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Nigeria bombings
Nov 19, 2015
-  50 killed in Nigeria terrorist attacks over the last two days, with dozens more injured.
BORG kontrolled media ignore Nigeria terrorist attacks.
They mostly ignore bombings in Africa, Beirut and Kurdistan.
43 killed and hundreds wounded Nov. 12 by 2 suicide bombers in Beirut.
http://www.rt.com/news/322649-nigeria-attacks-msm-undercoverage

11 year old female suicide bomber kills 15 in Nigeria market
http://www.theguardian.com/world/...-kill-15-in-nigeria-market-attack

Boko Haram kills more people than ISIS.  Bad headline!  
Boko locos ARE ISIS, they joined up in 2014 as part of the (barf) caliphate.

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