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Liberia’s Ebola Quarantine Affecting Livelihoods

Some residents of Liberia’s West Point say Ebola-related restrictions are becoming unbearable. And they say if the situation continues for another week, the already angry residents could become even angrier. The World Health Organization says nearly 2,500 people have been infected by the Ebola virus in four West African countries, with more than 1,350 people dead. The WHO says 90 percent of new Ebola deaths have occurred in Liberia. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Wednesday...

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