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Liberians Wait in Ghana as Ebola Ravages Home

Amos Bouye fled Liberia 12 years ago, as fighting engulfed the country, and wound up in a camp outside Ghana’s capital Accra. He wants to go back, but he missed the organized repatriations carried out by the United Nations. He doesn’t have the money to travel. Now, civil war refugees like Bouye face other deterrents to going home: Ebola, and the related closed roads and cancelled flights. "Right now there is no flight that is going, and there is no road, no border open from Ghana...

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