The Red Cross has launched an emergency appeal to help people in three African countries affected by the Ebola outbreak.
Mandeep Mudhar, a British Red Cross official, said: "This outbreak shows no signs of abating, but we are doing everything we can to prevent new infections and help raise awareness about the disease."
At least 826 people have been killed by the incurable virus in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Libera, while more than 1,400 have been infected.
Hundreds of troops have been deployed in Sierra Leone and Liberia today in a bid to tackle rising panic among local communities.
The African Development Bank said today it will provide $50 million (£30 million) immediately to help tackle the worsening Ebola crisis in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, while the World Bank is expected to announce further aid to tackle the crisis later this week.
UK trials of a vaccine for the Ebola virus began today - but some experts complain that the response has been a long time coming.
A Swansea doctor who took leave to treat Ebola patients in Africa, is back on the wards after three weeks in isolation.
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