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Return of the Ebola Outbreak

After being declared Ebola-free in early May, Liberian teen dies of the lethal virus and infects two others, reviving fears of epidemic.

Return of the Ebola Outbreak

First Recorded Case of Ebola in the UK

Deadly Ebola virus confirmed to have arrived in Glasgow; patient in isolation.

First Recorded Case of Ebola in the UK

Patient Isolated over Ebola Fears in Boston

Person suffering Ebola symptoms who recently was in an infected area put in isolation and given tests; possibly first Massachusetts case.

Patient Isolated over Ebola Fears in Boston

NY Doctor Declared Free of Ebola

Dr. Craig Spencer, who was diagnosed with Ebola in New York, will be released from the hospital Tuesday.

NY Doctor Declared Free of Ebola

US Study: Travel Ban Reduces Ebola by 66%

An 80% Air Traffic Reduction would bring risk of Ebola importation into the US down from 75% to less than 25%.

US Study: Travel Ban Reduces Ebola by 66%

Israeli Fight Against Ebola Hits High Seas

Disease containment procedures instituted at Israel's ports, to stop the epidemic from reaching the Jewish state before it starts.

Israeli Fight Against Ebola Hits High Seas

UN Commends Israel for Fighting Ebola Outbreak

In rare nod, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon lauds Jewish state's efforts to send experts to Africa, says he can 'count on' Israel.

UN Commends Israel for Fighting Ebola Outbreak

Two U.S. Nurses Declared Free of Ebola

Two nurses infected with Ebola while caring for a patient in Dallas declared free of the virus.

Two U.S. Nurses Declared Free of Ebola

First Case of Ebola in New York City Confirmed

Harlem doctor who recently returned from work in Guinea diagnosed positive, Mayor de Blasio stresses no need to panic.

First Case of Ebola in New York City Confirmed

Suspected Ebola Case Investigated in New York

A physician who recently returned from West Africa is being tested for Ebola at a New York City hospital.

Suspected Ebola Case Being Investigated in New York

Study: 220K W. African Ebola Cases by Year's End

Over 100,000 new cases per month predicted for November and December. Improved interventions 'are not sufficient to halt epidemic.'

Study Predicts 220K W. African Ebola Cases by Years' End

False Alarm: Ebola Scare at Galilee Hospital

Israeli citizen complaining of illness rushed into isolation after revealing he visited Africa; he was later released.

False Alarm: Ebola Scare at Galilee Hospital

Watch: Israel Holds Airport Ebola Outbreak Drill

Ben Gurion simulates arrival of passenger with lethal virus as fears of global outbreak spreading continue to rise.

Watch: Israel Holds Ebola Outbreak Drill at Ben Gurion Airportplayer

African Dies Vomiting on Plane to New York

NY congressman furious after officials dismiss Ebola after 'cursory' exam of passenger who died on flight from Nigeria.

Ebola Cover-up? African Dies Vomiting on Plane to New York

Israel Drills to Prepare Against Ebola Epidemic

Netanyahu and other officials hold evaluation to prep against lethal virus; Ben Gurion airport drill to be held on Friday.

Israel Holds Drill to Prepare Against Ebola Epidemic

Second US Hospital Worker Diagnosed with Ebola

Another worker who treated Liberian man who brought virus to US comes down with the lethal disease.

Second US Hospital Worker Diagnosed with Ebola

WHO: Ebola May Infect 10,000 a Week by December

Ebola now at 70% - not 50% - mortality rate as epidemic deepens, with 9,000 total infections expected by weekend and 4,447 dead.

WHO Warns Ebola May Infect 10,000 a Week by December

UN Employee Dies of Ebola in Germany

Aid relief doctor second man to be flown to Germany for treatment; 8,400 cases of Ebola worldwide thus far.

UN Employee Dies of Ebola in Germany

Obama Ebola Laxness Ignores US-Funded Studies

President's claim that chances of a US breakout are slim runs counter to air-travel based research, which showed them to be very high.

Obama Ebola Laxness Ignores US-Funded Studies

Dallas Hospital Worker Contracts Ebola

Doctors say a “breach in protocol” resulted in a Dallas hospital worker getting Ebola while treating the country’s first patient.

Dallas Hospital Worker Contracts Ebola Due to 'Protocol Breach'

Israel, PA Hold Joint Meeting on Ebola Outbreak

Israel and Palestinian Authority officials discuss possible ways to cooperate against a possible Ebola outbreak in the region.

Israel, PA Hold Joint Meeting on Ebola Outbreak

Expert Attacks UN Stance Against Ebola Travel Ban

'We are forcing airlines to become first responders to an infectious disease outbreak,' top epidemiologist tells Arutz Sheva.

Expert Attacks UN Stance Against Ebola Travel Banplayer

Could ISIS Target the West with Ebola?

Military expert says infecting carriers with the virus is remarkably easy - and could be easy to weaponize.

Could ISIS Target the West with Ebola?

Briton Reportedly Dies of Ebola in Macedonia

Two Britons come down with Ebola symptoms after traveling from UK, as authorities scramble to isolate and diagnose.

Briton Reportedly Dies of Ebola in Macedonia

Spanish Nurse First to Contract Ebola in Europe

Two priests in closed ward infected nurse with the deadly disease, as worldwide hysteria over epidemic escalates.

Spanish Nurse First to Contract Ebola in Europe

PM Discusses Israel's Readiness for Ebola

On Monday, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu called a meeting in his office to discuss how prepared Israel is for an Ebola outbreak.

PM Discusses Israel's Readiness for Ebola Outbreak

Hospital Changes Story on Mishandled Ebola Case

Did the US's first Ebola patient lie about his travel history - or is a computer malfunction to blame?

Dallas Hospital Changes Story on Mishandled Ebola Case

First Ebola Case Diagnosed in America

Man traveling from Liberia to Dallas falls sick with lethal virus, becomes first case outside of Africa in current outbreak.

First Ebola Case Diagnosed in America