New Ebola outbreak hits Africa as 2 cases confirmed in Congo

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States instead her have acquired to build many of the pastoralist field they've been pushed out of the state herself lonnie is originally from nin in ben wing but moved to neighbouring in february because of the ban one i am are going she she wanted to government to remove the grizz because we also made journalists and benway's where we were born this has never happened before with the book aram insurgency still raging feast of the country nigerian security forces will need to stem this violence into central states to stop it from exploding into another unmanageable conflict the government of the democratic republic of congo has confirmed a new outbreak of the lavar s in the northwest of the country over the past month therapy twenty one suspected cases rebecca caspi reports ebola is transmitted to humans from wild animals but is highly contagious between people and is at least fifty percent fatal in most cases though that figure has reached ninety percent in previous outbreaks the world health organization says it's sending a team of experts to the area to help local authorities contain the disease early intervention can improve survival rates.

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