Sierra Leone

Hundreds killed by Sierra Leone mudslide and flooding
Search continues for survivors of deadly mudslide in Sierra Leone
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Hundreds killed by Sierra Leone mudslide and flooding

Government appeals for international assistance as search continues for survivors
16 Aug 2017
Sierra Leone bans jogging in groups
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Sierra Leone bans jogging in groups

Police have accused runners of 'disruptive and menacing' behaviour
1 Aug 2017
Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey to return to Sierra Leone
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Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey to return to Sierra Leone

Ebola survivor heads back to Africa to raise money for children affected by 2014 epidemic
12 Apr 2017
Ebola: nationwide lockdown begins in Sierra Leone
MONROVIA, LIBERIA - AUGUST 14:Aburial team prepares to collect the dead body of a woman suspected of dying of the Ebola virus on August 14, 2014 in Monrovia, Liberia. Teams of undertakers wea
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Ebola: nationwide lockdown begins in Sierra Leone

Over six million people have been ordered to stay in their homes to help stop the spread of the disease
27 Mar 2015
Ebola: British army medic tests positive for the disease
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Ebola: British army medic tests positive for the disease

Female military healthcare worker contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone, MoD confirms
12 Mar 2015
Ebola: why the fight against the disease is far from over
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Ebola: why the fight against the disease is far from over

As Liberia releases its last Ebola patient, the virus continues to spread in other West African nations
6 Mar 2015
Ebola: charity to investigate how British nurse caught virus
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Ebola: charity to investigate how British nurse caught virus

Save the Children will 'leave no stone unturned' as Pauline Cafferkey's condition worsens in London hospital
5 Jan 2015

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EBOLA: US suit stockpile causes shortage in Africa
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EBOLA: US suit stockpile causes shortage in Africa

Biohazard suits are in short supply causing prices to rise as a result of 'increased anxiety' in the US
25 Nov 2014
Ebola: political correctness first, soldiers’ lives second
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Ebola: political correctness first, soldiers’ lives second

Why is Britain risking lives 3,000 miles from home rather than securing its national borders?
13 Oct 2014
William Pooley to go back to West Africa
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William Pooley to go back to West Africa

Briton who survived Ebola plans to continue working in Sierra Leone and urges Cameron to take action
10 Sep 2014
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