News Outlets Continue To Cover Ebola Outbreak In West Africa

News outlets continue to cover the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, discussing the current state of the outbreak as well as various aspects of the response.

Agence France-Presse/GlobalPost: Ebola ‘moving faster than efforts to control it’
Associated Press/New York Times: Death Toll From Ebola in W. Africa Hits 887: WHO
Financial Times: Ebola death toll rises to 826 as outbreak spins out of control
Financial Times: WHO warns Ebola outbreak spreading beyond control
The Hill: CDC director: ‘We can stop Ebola’ outbreak
IRIN: Rising Ebola cases strain health workers
New York Times: Ebola Virus Is Outpacing Efforts to Control It, World Health Body Warns
New York Times: Ebola Vaccine Possible, but Many Doubts Persist
Politico: CDC: U.S. can’t seal borders to stop Ebola
Reuters: WHO chief says Ebola out of control but can be stopped
Reuters: In Liberia’s capital, fear of Ebola hampers official response
Reuters: Bodies of possible Ebola victims found in central Monrovia
Reuters: African leaders agree steps to fight runaway Ebola outbreak
Reuters: Exposure of health workers weakens Africa’s Ebola fight
Reuters: U.S. FDA says ‘stands ready’ to work with companies developing Ebola drugs
Xinhua: IFRC urges to scale up efforts to tackle Ebola outbreak

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