Mon, 20 Oct 14
6 days remaining
Nigeria and Senegal have both been declared officially free of Ebola by the World Health Organisation. Nigeria has won praise for its swift response after a Liberian diplomat brought the disease there in July. What lessons on Ebola can the world learn from Nigeria and Senegal?
Fri, 17 Oct 14
3 days remaining
Nigeria's Army Chief of Staff announce a ceasefire between the army and Boko Haram. How likely is this? And what does this mean for the possible release of the kidnapped schoolgirls?
Thu, 16 Oct 14
2 days remaining
A women in America who tested postive for Ebola had boarded a flight the day before. The head of a US goverment agency says she was given bad advice. We hear from a range of Americans asking them if they trust their government to manage Ebola.
Wed, 15 Oct 14
1 day remaining
We hear your raction to both Apple and Facebook's decision to offer female employees the opportunity to have their eggs frozen.
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