Ebola Epidemic Fuelled By 'Super-Spreaders' - Study
[Al Jazeera] Most of the people who were infected with Ebola in the 2014 West Africa epidemic contracted the viral disease through "super-spreaders", researchers say.
Guinea Bans Beauty Pageants
[News24Wire] Authorities in Guinea have reportedly banned beauty pageants after "skimpy outfits" in the swimwear section sparked outrage on social media, with some asking if the country's prime minister was "encouraging prostitution".
How Communities Fought the Ebola Epidemic and Won
[IRIN] London -Three years on from the start of the West African Ebola epidemic, lessons are still being learned. And the most surprising are not coming from the scientists, but from the affected communities themselves; about how, with hardly any help, they tackled the virus and won.
Guinea's CondÃ© Main Challenger in Mohamed's Race for AU Job
[Nation] The emergence of Guinean President Alpha CondÃ© as the possible next chairman of the African Union Assembly has thrown a new twist in the upcoming AU elections.
President Sirleaf Receives President of Guinea's National Assembly
[Liberia Govt] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Tuesday received the President of the Guinean National Assembly, H. E. Claude Kory Kondiano at her Foreign Ministry Office in Monrovia. Other members of the delegation included the Guinean Ambassador to Liberia; Honorable Mamady Kande, Head of the Law Commission and member of parliament; Honorable Dembo Sylla, 1st Parliament Secretary and member of parliament among others. They were led to the office of the President by Bong County Representative George S. Mulbah and Lofa
Crisis Ends As Jammeh Flies Into Exile
[Al Jazeera] Gambia's Yahya Jammeh flew out of the capital Banjul on Saturday and into exile after stepping down from power following a weeks-long standoff with President Adama Barrow, who won the country's elections in early December.