Liberia set up blockades to tackle Ebola infiltration
Liberian soldiers have set up a blockade stopping people from western regions affected by the Ebola outbreak from entering the capital, Monrovia.
It follows the president's declaration of a state of emergency to tackle the outbreak that has killed more than 930 people in West Africa this year.
In Sierra Leone the security forces have now imposed a complete blockade of eastern areas hit by Ebola.
Health experts in Switzerland are discussing a response to the outbreak.
It is the world's deadliest outbreak and the two-day World Health Organization (WHO) meeting will decide whether to declare a global health emergency.
Ebola, a viral haemorrhagic fever, is one of the deadliest diseases known to humans, with a fatality rate in this outbreak of between 50 per cent and 60 per cent.
It is spread through contact with the bodily fluids of Ebola patients.
ON THE RECORD: Solving crime pays ...