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AU urges volunteer and financial response to epidemics by African nations

  A recent appeal by the African Union for medical staff has led to a response from the Ethiopian government who have pledged to send 200 volunteers to countries affected by the Ebola outbreak. The DRC and Nigeria have also made promises to send some

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UNAMID report on mass rape contradicts internal report on what investigators found

(Update on AU monitor blog post 11/11/2014)   An investigation carried out by Agence France-Presse in Tabit, North Darfur, on November 12 has shown that there has indeed been a case of mass sexual violence contrary to report relea

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African Union urges private sector to join fight against Ebola

In addition to the 100 medical and health workers provided by the African Union Support to Ebola in West Africa (ASEOWA), and the financial aid amounting to over $18 million recieved from countries such as the United states, Britain, China and ot

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