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UN Mission in Liberia (UN-led)
Begin: 10/03

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Liberia warns Ebola may force region back into conflict (22.09.2014)

Liberia has warned it may slip back to civil war along with neighbouring Sierra Leone if the Ebola epidemic ravaging west Africa is allowed to continue to spread.

U.N. leader plans stronger presence in Ebola zone (17.09.2014)

The United Nations secretary general, Ban Ki-moon, said on Wednesday that he planned to establish a new on-the-ground mission in West Africa to coordinate the struggle against Ebola, a move that signaled his concern with the response so far and the limitations of the World Health Organization’s...

U.S. pledges 3,000 troops to fight West Africa's Ebola crisis (16.09.2014)

President Barack Obama will send 3,000 troops to West Africa to build treatment clinics and train health workers. … U.S. officials said the focus of the military deployment would be Liberia.

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Ebola outbreak is a ‘serious threat’ to Liberia’s existence, says Minister (10.09.2014)

The Ebola virus is “spreading like wildfire and devouring everything in its path,” Liberia’s Defense Minister Brownie Samukai told the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday, adding that the outbreak poses a “serious threat” to the war-torn nation’s very existence.

EU supports African Union mission to fight Ebola (08.09.2014)

The European Commission will provide €5 million to the newly established mission of the African Union (AU) "Support to Ebola Outbreak in West-Africa" (ASEOWA) that will join the ongoing efforts to contain the spread of the disease in the region. … ASEOWA is planned to last six months, with...

Ebola crisis: Liberia police fire at Monrovia protests (21.08.2014)

Police in Liberia's capital, Monrovia, have fired live rounds and tear gas during protests after a quarantine was imposed to contain the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.

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