The Ebola virus continues to devastate Africa, and the first case has been reported in Dallas, Texas. Here are pictures of the deadly disease.
Miguel Pajares, a Spanish priest who contracted ebola while doing missionary work in Liberia, returned to Spain Thursday to receive treatment.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization released a statement to West Africans to stop eating fruit bats, a commonly eaten meat in the region.
Sierra Leone’s chief ebola doctor, Sheik Umar Khan, passed away from the disease after news of his diagnosis broke just last week. Khan was credited with personally treating more than 100 ebola patients before he contracted the disease.
This American man sparked a worldwide Ebola outbreak scare when he flew, infected, into Africa’s largest city. He was just weeks away from bringing the virus to the U.S.
Nancy Writebol is the second U.S. citizen to be diagnosed with ebola in Liberia. She and her husband, David, left for Liberia in August as missionaries with the Christian group, SIM. There is no cure for ebola.
A doctor from Texas, who moved to Liberia to help treat ebola patients, has contracted the deadly disease himself. Dr. Kent Brantly is just one of several health workers in Western Africa who have contracted ebola after working with patients in isolation. There is no cure for the disease.
Sierra Leone’s chief Ebola doctor, Sheik Umar Khan, has contracted the deadly virus after personally treating more than 100 patients with the virus. The disease has no cure and has killed more than 90 percent of people infected.
Kendall Jones is a college student and wild game hunter who has come under fire from animal conservationists after photos of her hunts went viral. Jones posted various photos of her posing with animals she’s hunted to her Facebook page. Here are some of the photos you need to see.
Kendall Jones, a 19-year-old Texas Tech cheerleader, has outraged animal rights by posting photos of rare animals she hunted and killed in Africa.
Nigerian activists protest to demand the release of the 276 school girls allegedly kidnapped and sold by Boko Haram. Check out the pictures of the protests.
The Public Relations exec for the massive company IAC is in hot water after an offensive tweet about Africa and AIDS.