More than 1,600 people have died since August in the second deadliest Ebola outbreak in history, which is unfolding in a region described as a war zone
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For now, they have only been tested in mice.
Although no new cases have recently emerged, health officials warn that it will take months before the world is considered free of the disease.
New cases reported in neighboring Sierra Leone and in Guinea, WHO reports.
Scientists managed to block the production of an Ebola protein associated with the disease’s deadliness - in monkeys.
London's Royal Free Hospital has been treating Pauline Cafferkey, 39, with blood plasma from an Ebola survivor and an experimental anti-viral drug.
Patient is the first diagnosed with Ebola inside Britain, officials say.
The patient, a health care worker, has just returned from Sierra Leone and is being treated in a Glasgow hospital.
In addition to donating $8.75 million, Israel has sent fully equipped medical clinics and medical specialists to West Africa.
Almost all the major confrontations of the past twelve months, such as the battle against ISIS and the West's stand-off with Russia over Ukraine, will rumble on in 2015.
Nation has been reporting around 400 to 500 new cases each week; nearly 7,000 have died since outbreak's start.
Dr. Martin Salia was being treated in Nebraska after contracting the virus while working at a hospital in West Africa.
IsraAid, the lone Jewish disaster relief organization on then ground in the Ebola zone, assists in providing counseling and training to aid workers.
Africa steps up the Ebola fight with $28.5 million fund.
African telecom firms agree to provide a platform for their customers to give at least a dollar each, with the potential of reaching 700 million mobile phone users.
Official says the outbreak could end in 2015, but cautions that the fight to contain it is far from over.
In extremely irregular move, Foreign Ministry sends classified telegram instructing Israeli missions not to issue visas for citizens of Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea; missions warned to keep instructions secret.
Sierra Leone death toll at 1,062; outbreak particularly virulent in the western areas around capital city Freetown.
WHO veteran elected as head of Africa office amid Ebola criticism; Spanish nurse cured of Ebola to be discharged; Australia to staff U.K.-provided Ebola hospital in Sierra Leone.
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U.S. Ebola nurse, Maine settle quarantine suit; Sierra Leone says another doctor dies of Ebola.
Scientists try to predict number of U.S. Ebola cases; New York doctor with Ebola improves.
Scientists build data models, weighing hundreds of variables, to predict spread of disease in the U.S.
Dr. Craig Spencer's case triggered a national debate over mandatory quarantines for health workers returning from West Africa.
U.S. Ambassador Power self-monitoring for Ebola after trip to West Africa; Brazil begins screening people from Ebola-affected countries; WHO issues new guidance on Ebola protective gear; WHO says 2 suspected Ebola cases in Mali, 57 contacts sought.
Samantha Power in Africa: Global fight against Ebola improving but far from won; Quarantined Ebola nurse in Maine goes outside; nurse's actions signal potential showdown with state police.
Some people on social media appear to be contemplating costumes based on ISIS militants.
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Sheba Medical Center was meant to be one of two hospitals dealing with suspected Ebola cases, but hospital says the Health Ministry provided inadequate tents for isolating and treating patients.