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Chinese-built Ebola Center Dedicated in Liberia

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says the facility is "first-class."
WHO: $600 Million Needed to End Ebola Epidemic

Liberia Asks U.S. for Aid for Ebola Treatment

Country's president wants help to buy 1,500 beds.
Ebola Outbreak Spreads to Liberia, Sierra Leone

Ebola Crisis in West Africa Worsens, Kills More Than 500

The outbreak is now the largest on record.

A Crusading Journalist Who Won’t Stop, Even After Prison

Rodney Sieh is the publisher of Front Page Africa.
Boko Haram Talks Collapse - Despite hopes for peace and reconciliation, talks between the Nigerian government and militant Islamist group Boko Haram broke down last week. Boko Haram’s intermediary, the Supreme Council for Shariah, accused the Nigerian government of insincerity on the peace initiative.(Photo: REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde)

Nigeria Enacts Strong Law Against Same-Sex Marriage

Same-sex activity is punishable by up to 14 years in jail.

University of Liberia Entrance Exam Failed By All Students

Out of almost 25,000 test-takers, none passed the test.

Liberia Aims for Peace on 166th Independence Day

The West African nation faces a tumultuous future.