Currently I am preparing my upcoming assignment in Monrovia, Liberia to cover the outbreak of Ebola which has increasing numbers of infections almost every day.
"Only 18 percent of Ebola patients in Liberia are being cared for in hospitals", writes Norimitsu Onishi in her piece for the New York Times.
I will fly in on Monday, September 28th for at least a week.
At least 11 other journalists are still behind bars in Egypt, according to CPJ research. Four of them have been convicted. Al-Jazeera journalists Mohamed Fadel Fahmy and Peter Greste were given seven-year terms, while Baher Mohamed was given 10 years in prison by a Cairo court on June 23, according to reports.