Experts say the fear of the disease is costing local economies more than what it takes to treat the disease.
“There is no contract sanctity,” a U.S. official said. Accordingly, companies will have 14 days to wind down activities.
Ghana's capital city of Accra is the epicenter of the crisis.
American officials debating the continued necessity of the 80-year-old Ex-Im Bank have brought Africa into the discussion.
President Goodluck Jonathan declared a national emergency as officials continue their monitoring of victims.
However, the organization cautioned against a sweeping ban on international travel and trade.
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the Liberian president, declared a state of emergency for at least 90 days, to ensure “the very survival of our state."
Nigeria's second case is a doctor who treated Patrick Sawyer, a man who was in three other countries before falling ill and dying in Lagos.
Regional leaders are in crisis mode as the West Africa Ebola outbreak tops 729 deaths — the most ever in the virus' history.
Hunting fruit bats and other animals serves as a livelihood for many, but the practice could also be deadly.
Both Argentina and Germany have found the right balance ahead of their meeting in the 2014 World Cup final.
Two hundred Ghanaian soccer fans reportedly said that they are Muslims and are "fleeing the violent conflicts between different Muslim groups."
Joachim Low’s side should be wary of overconfidence when they have such a deep World Cup history with Argentina.
A suspected case may have been a false alarm, but the disease that has killed more than 460 people in West Africa isn't going away.
The changes Germany coach Joachim Löw has made to his team improve their chances of avoiding three-straight World Cup semifinal exits.
In what might be the first case of Ebola in the country, Ghana has quarantined a suspected case in the capital city of Accra.