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Akon “crowd surfed” during the show, performing across the throng of adoring fans in a giant bubble that was pushed throughout the crowd of 6,000. The bubble sparked rumors that the Grammy-winner was afraid to be in direct physical contact with the people due to the Ebola scare.

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An NBC News cameraman who has been living in Liberia for three years has contracted Ebola. Ashoka Mukpo, 33, is a freelance journalist who was on assignment working with the network’s chief medical correspondent, Dr. Nancy Snyderman, in Liberia. He tested positive for the deadly virus on Thursday and has received treatment at a Doctors…

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Thomas Eric Duncan has been identified by his sister, Mai Wureh, identified as the infected man from Liberia who has been diagnosed with Ebola. Duncan, who arrived in the U.S. on Sept. 20, is in isolation at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. He faces prosecution for alleging lying on an airport questionnaire about…

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The Ebola epidemic that has struck West Africa shows no sign of abating. The number of cases and dead victims continue to rise to unprecedented levels with no end in sight. The World Health Organization has announced that there are no longer any experimental vaccines available for Ebola. The global supply has been exhausted and…

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The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced Wednesday it will donate $50 million to help fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The foundation says the money will be used to enable international aid organizations and national governments “to purchase badly needed supplies and scale up emergency operations in affected countries.” It will also “work…

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Another American Ebola patient has landed in Atlanta to receive treatment at Emory University Hospital. The patient, whose name has not been released, is a health care worker with the World Health Organization and is the fourth American known to have contracted the virus in an outbreak that has killed at least 2,296 people and sickened 1,997 more,…

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World Health Organization

  As the Ebola virus rages in West Africa, the World Health Organization has confirmed that there are newly identified cases of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The new strain is genetically unrelated to the one that is currently in Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Nigeria. In addition, the World Health Organization released…

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Ebola and Border

A startling intelligence leaked memo has surfaced on the Internet from the Department of Customs and Border Protection. This document was leaked by an unidentified source and details the exact number of individuals from countries other than Mexico or Canada being detained. Of particular concern are those being detained from countries where Ebola is present. The…

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Is race a factor in treatment of black American Ebola victims.

The mainstream media is all over the transport of two Americans who contracted Ebola while working with victims of the disease in Africa. One of the Americans arrived for treatment at Atlanta’s Emory Hospital this past Saturday. The second American is expected to be transported to Atlanta also within the next few days. A special…

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Ebola

The current Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa is being called the worst in history as an estimated 700 people have died so far. The virus has spread to four African countries and now the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued a warning against travel to Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and now Nigeria. The…

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Ebola patient to be treated in Atlanta

  The deadly Ebola virus has caused a health crisis in West Africa, with its 50-90 percent fatality rate. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has warned travelers against going to Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia where the disease seems to be raging. Now Atlanta residents should be aware that Emory Healthcare has announced that…

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Patrick Sawyer

The deadly Ebola virus in Africa, which kills 90 percent of its victims has once more resurfaced with deadly ferocity. The virus has already killed the top doctor in the country of Liberia who was treating patients and has also infected two U.S. health care workers. When the virus first appeared, almost 30 years ago,…

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