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Liberians Plant Trees to Remember Ebola Victims

Communities in Liberia have been searching for ways to commemorate the 4,808 people who died there during the regional Ebola epidemic. For surviving family members such as Oretha Morris, the deadly virus took not only a life but the ability to have any kind of conventional closure. “We never had the time to bury him, to give him proper burial [after] they took him away," she says of her father as tears stream down her face. In silent prayer, she situates the base of a small...

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