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West African Immigrants Worry About Family, Friends as Ebola Spreads

The deadly Ebola virus in West Africa has taken the lives of more than 1,000 people, according to the World Health Organization.  In New York City, many Africans worry about their relatives and friends as the unprecedented outbreak sweeps through the region a continent away.   Haunting scenes of Ebola victims in West Africa are a common sight on television news.  But for many West African immigrants living in New York City, the deadly outbreak is personal. New York City...

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