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Liberia’s churches struggle post-Ebola

Churches in Liberia were as unprepared for Ebola as other institutions, and even after most gathering places closed, congregants kept meeting in churches, sometimes bringing people stricken with Ebola to show hospitality. How do they heal and resume their mission?

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Liberia at the one-year mark of the Ebola outbreak

One day after news outlets marked the one-year anniversary of the World Health Organization’s announcing the Ebola outbreak in Africa, Liberia has confirmed its first new case of Ebola in more than two weeks, with concerns over how many may have been exposed. The New York Times reports:

Worries have widened in recent days over the number of people in Liberia who may have been exposed to the country’s first Ebola case in more than two weeks, a street vendor who […]

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