Guineans Jailed Over Ebola Taxi Body

Six people have been put in isolation in prison in Guinea after being accused of travelling with a corpse of a relative who had died of Ebola.
If after 21 days they show no signs of having the virus they will be tried for violating the health emergency.
Guinea is battling to control a flare up in Ebola cases.
The BBC's Alhassan Sillah in the capital, Conakry, says just nine days ago only nine patients were in Ebola treatment centres countrywide, but now that number has risen to nearly 30 cases.