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World waking to Ebola threat?

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August 5, 2014
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Troops are sent out in Liberia and Sierra Leone to enforce quarantine on affected communities, and the World Bank and African Development Bank pledge hundreds of millions of dollars in emergency funds to help struggling national healthcare systems. As the Ebola crisis deepens, Joel Flynn asks whether the world is taking enough notice, and whether its impact is now beginning to be felt economically. Video provided by Reuters


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