The Ebola virus continues to spread in West Africa months after the outbreak began in Guinea. As the deaths mount, mistrust has also boiled to the surface between affected communities and foreign healthcare workers.
The White House has announced a new effort to prevent the spread of Ebola: screening passengers's temperatures at five major US airports. But Dr. Dan Diekema says doubling down on aid to West Africans will do more than screening to halt the deadly virus.
The government of Liberia has commissioned a new pop song to raise awareness about the country's first census in nearly 25 years. The census gets under way today. Anchor Marco Werman has today's Global Hit.
The civil war in Sierra Leone lasted a decade. The former president of Liberia, Charles Taylor, is on trial for war crimes committed during the conflict. The Hague is hearing the case and Thursday British supermodel, Naomi Campbell testified.