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The WHO says Sierra Leone is likely to soon surpass Liberia's outbreak numbers.
Details from WHO on cases linked to an ill imam from Guinea who sought treatment in Mali.
Ban Ki-moon and other world leaders urged nations to continue aid for West Africa's Ebola outbreak region.
Although activity appears to be slowing elsewhere, it's still rising in Sierra Leone.
Quicker, simpler diagnostic tests could go a long way in helping slow the outbreak, the WHO said.
The WHO today reported a confirmed Ebola infection in a nurse, as well as two suspected cases — none related to Mali's first case.
The last region in Sierra Leone to be hit by Ebola has had 50 deaths, as UN head warns against complacency.
The three hardest-hit nations and Ebola vaccine developers will receive financial lifts.
The administration today asked Congress for $6.18 billion in emergency funds.
African health ministers will nominate a new expert to lead the WHO's regional office for a 5-year term.
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