George Weah Petitioned for President

epa05281855 Thousands of supporters of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) party petition former Liberian soccer player and current Senator George Weah to contest Liberia's Presidential elections in 2017, at Party headquarters in Monrovia, Liberia, 28 April 2016. George Weah contested the 2005 and 2011 Presidential elections, but lost to incumbent Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on both occasions. Sirleaf's second term in office will end in 2017. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

Schools reopen after closure due to Ebola

epa04652944 A Liberian child studies her lessons at home in the West Point slum community in Monrovia, Liberia, 07 March 2015. The Liberian government re opens schools after a protracted period of closure, which was due to the deadly Ebola virus disease in the country. Over 4,000 people have died in Liberia from Ebola since March 2014. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

Ebola Family Portraits

epa05234388 (07/10) Victoria Topay and her children pose for a family portrait at her home in West Point, Monrovia, Liberia, 24 March 2016. The empty chairs are a symbolic representation of Victoria's late husband and family members who died of the Ebola virus during an outbreak of the disease in 2014. March 30, 2016 marks the second anniversary Liberia recorded its first two cases of Ebola in Foya district, Lofa County near the border with Guinea. The Ebola epidemic claimed the lives of more than 11,300 people and infected over 28,500. The disease brought devastation to families, communities, health and economic systems of all three most affected countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO PLEASE REFER TO THE ADVISORY NOTICE (epa05234381) FOR FULL PACKAGE TEXT

Ebola in Liberia

epa04471544 A Liberian woman prays for the end of Ebola outside Monrovia, Liberia, 31 October 2014. The president of the World Bank Jim Yong Kim has said at least 5,000 medics and support staff are needed to beat the disease which has claimed almost 5,000 lives in West Africa. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

Ebola burial Liberia

epa04651295 A Liberian Ebola burial team member walks in the Liberian National Cemetry on Disco Hill in Magibi County, Liberia, 06 March 2015. The Government of Liberia established the cemetery to provide a decent burial for Ebola victims. Liberia released the last confirmed Ebola patient in the country on 05 March, raising hopes that it was moving towards the end of the epidemic. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

Activities to mark Liberia’s 169th Independence day

epa05438324 Liberia amputees players during a soccer match at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia, Liberia, 23 July 2016. Liberian Amputee soccer teams lock horns during a match as part of activities to mark Liberia’s 169th Independence Day celebrations on July 26th 2016. Liberia amputee team is Africa three times champions, and players comprise of former combatants, Polio, and victims of road accidents. Liberia’s Independence was proclaimed on July 26th 1847, and it’s observe as a national holiday each year. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

Ebola in Liberia

epa04317778 A photograph made available 16 July 2014 shows a Liberian man holding a Civet being sold on a roadside as bush meat in Lofa County, Liberia 03 July 2014. Bush meat is one of the major carriers of the Ebola virus. The Liberian government and International partners have warned people to not eat bush meat. The World Health Organisation (WHO) reported 11 July 2014 that a total of 888 Ebola cases including 539 deaths have been recorded in West Africa since February saying the epidemic had surged in Liberia and Sierra Leone. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

Ebola in Liberia

epa04343618 A Liberian woman weeps over the death of a relative from Ebola in the Banjor Community on the outskirts of Monrovia, Liberia 06 August 2014. According to statistics from the World Health Organisation (WHO) 932 patients have died from Ebola in West Africa with most of the latest deaths reported in Liberia. WHO officials are meeting in Geneva to discuss the global implications and response to the outbreak. In Nigeria a second person a nurse who treated an Ebola patient has died. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

Ebola in Liberia

epa05057926 YEARENDER 2015 NOVEMBER A Liberian nurse tests the temperature of a man before entering a hospital in Monrovia, Liberia, 26 November 2015. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

Ebola in Liberia

epa04406090 Liberian nurses escort a suspected Ebola patient into the John F. Kennedy (JFK) Ebola treatment center in Monrovia, Liberia, 18 September 2014. In Geneva, the World Health Organization (WHO) said the toll had crossed 2,600, and that the suspected and confirmed cases stood at 5,335 in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone with half that number coming from Liberia the hardest hit country in the region. The US has outlined a response aid package including 3000 personel to be deployed to Liberia to assist in the crisis. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

Ebola in Liberia

epa04408057 A picture made available 19 September 2014 shows Liberians waiting in a waiting room outside the John F. Kennedy (JFK) Ebola treatment center in Monrovia, Liberia, 18 September 2014. In Geneva, the World Health Organization (WHO) said the toll had crossed 2,600, and that the suspected and confirmed cases stood at 5,335 in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone with half that number coming from Liberia, the hardest hit country in the region. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

Ebola in Liberia

epa04361171 ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT A Liberian boy, later identified as 15-year-old Shakie Kamara, reacts after being injured during clashes with Liberian security forces in the West Point area of Monrovia, Liberia, 20 August 2014. Residents were protesting against government's decision to quarantine the slum area of West Point in order to contain the spread of Ebola. The quarantine in West Point and a national curfew are the most recent measures imposed by government in the fight to curb the spread. The World Health Organization (WHO) has said the number of deaths from Ebola has risen to 1,229 in West Africa. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT

Ebola in Liberia

epa04357036 The body of a victim of Ebola on a street corner in Monrovia, Liberia, 16 August 2014. According to statistics from the World Health Organisation (WHO) over 1145 have died from Ebola in West Africa. WHO has issued a statement suggesting it was ethical to now use untested drugs on patients infected with the Ebola virus due to the scale of the outbreak. The first Zmapp test drugs for Ebola have arrived in Liberia one of the hardest hit by the virus. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

Ebola in Liberia

epa04343526 Liberian nurses carry the body of an Ebola victim from a house for burial in the Banjor Community on the outskirts of Monrovia, Liberia 06 August 2014. According to statistics from the World Health Organisation (WHO) 932 patients have died from Ebola in West Africa with most of the latest deaths reported in Liberia. WHO officials are meeting in Geneva to discuss the global implications and response to the outbreak. In Nigeria a second person a nurse who treated an Ebola patient has died. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO
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