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The WHO sent a team to a hot spot where one of its Ebola workers was infected.
US lawmakers will hear from federal officials, ahead of an emergency UN Security Council meeting on Ebola.
The White House announces a plan to send 3,000 US troops and establish a command post in Liberia.
The unanimous resolution creates the first ever special mission geared to a public health crisis.
The brutal attack occurred 3 days ago; also, Sierra Leone has imposed a curfew to combat disease spread.
Reports trace the evolution of the epidemic in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, painting a mostly bleak picture but with glimmers of hope.
Ebola was spotlighted at the UN General Assembly, and Pope Francis added an appeal.
Of the 50 people identified for 21-day fever monitoring, only 10 had high-risk exposure.
Experts today pushed for new ways to test Ebola treatments, and two groups renewed their urgent pleas for aid.
African health ministers will nominate a new expert to lead the WHO's regional office for a 5-year term.
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