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Liberia’s West Point: Life After Ebola Quarantine

Residents of Liberia’s West Point neighborhood are jubilant now that the government has lifted a10 day-old quarantine of the densely populated borough of the capital, Monrovia.  President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said the quarantine was necessary to control the spread of the virus, which the World Health Organization says has killed more than 1,500 people in four West African countries.   Frustration with the quarantine led to protest and, in one confrontation, police...

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