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Liberia Ponders Site for National Ebola Monument

With Liberia being Ebola-free since the beginning of May, the government is discussing plans for erecting a national monument to remember the horrific time during which more than 4,000 Liberians died. One possible site is a cemetery outside Monrovia.  It was built to get the crisis under control and symbolically stands for the magnitude of the human tragedy of the epidemic.   The cemetery at Disco Hill is an hour's drive from Monrovia. The place got its name from a disco...

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