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The latest outbreak of Ebola is the most severe since the disease was discovered in 1976. So far the disease has spread from a village in Guinea to Sierra Leone, Liberia and Nigeria
How Deadly Ebola Has Spread Across The Globe: Health Officials Try To Trace 30,000 Linked To Death Of US Victim - As Nigerian Film Star Sparks Outrage By Fleeing Africa First-Class In An Ebola Mask -- Daily Mail
* Hong Kong woman quarantined when she fell ill after returning from Kenya
* Expert claims panic over death of U.S. man in Nigeria is 'justified'
* He warned the spread of Ebola could become a global pandemic
* Health campaigners petition U.S. drug authorities to fast-track potential cure
* Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond declares disease is 'very serious threat'
* He will chair an emergency meeting on how to boost defences
* British airlines are also on 'red alert' for cases of the deadly virus
* Man with 'feverish' symptoms tested for deadly Ebola at Birmingham hospital
* He had travelled into Midlands from Benin, Nigeria via France when he fell ill
* Charing Cross Hospital staff also feared man had Ebola symptoms this week
* No cases have been confirmed in UK but 672 people have died in West Africa
* Warning issued to GPs, A&E departments and all NHS trusts across the UK
* Symptoms include high fever, bleeding and damage to the nervous system
Fears of a global Ebola pandemic are 'justified' an expert has said as Nigerian health officials try to trace 30,000 people at risk of contracting the deadly disease following the death of Patrick Sawyer.
The U.S. citizen boarded a flight in Liberia carrying the disease to Nigeria, potentially infecting 'anyone on the same plane'.
It comes as Nigerian actor Jim Iyke sparked outrage, posting a picture of himself wearing an Ebola mask while sitting in a first class airport lounge as he fled Liberia.
The 'Nollywood' star posted a message on his Instagram page saying he had cut short a business trip to Monrovia in Liberia - where at least 600 people have already died from the disease.
The death toll for this, the worst outbreak recorded since the Ebola virus was discovered in 1976, stands at 672, while more than 1,200 people have been infected.
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More News On The Ebola Outbreak In Western Africa
Ebola epidemic 'out of control' says charity -- Al Jazeera
World Ebola fears grow with Europe and Asia on alert -- AFP
Global authorities on alert over Ebola outbreak -- USA Today
Peace Corps Pulling Volunteers From Ebola-Affected Countries -- ABC News
Peace Corps removing volunteers as Ebola virus spreads in W. Africa; two placed in isolation -- Washington Post
New fears about Ebola spread after plane scare -- AP
Suspected U.S. Ebola victim in Nigeria had planned to visit Minnesota -- L.A. Times
Stopping deadly Ebola outbreak will be a 'marathon,' CDC says -- FOX News/Live Science
Surviving Ebola: For those who live through it, what lies ahead? -- CBS
Here are the 35 countries one flight away from Ebola-affected countries -- Quartz
Should we be worried about an Ebola outbreak in the UK? -- Hugh Pennington, The Guardian
What Ebola on a Plane Means for the U.S. -- Kent Sepkowitz, Daily Beast
What would happen if Ebola came to the United States? -- Susannah Locke, VOX
The Ebola Outbreak -- New York Times editorial