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Bodies dumped in streets as West Africa struggles to curb Ebola

Volunteers prepare to remove the bodies of people who were suspected of contracting Ebola and died in the community in the village of Pendebu, north of Kenema August 2 , 2014. REUTERS/WHO/Tarik Jasarevic/Handout via Reuters

Volunteers prepare to remove the bodies of people who were suspected of contracting Ebola and died in the community in the village of Pendebu, north of Kenema August 2 , 2014. REUTERS/WHO/Tarik Jasarevic/Handout via Reuters

Volunteers prepare to remove the bodies of people who were suspected of contracting Ebola and died in the community in the village of Pendebu, north of Kenema August 2 , 2014. REUTERS/WHO/Tarik Jasarevic/Handout via Reuters
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A volunteer walks at a cemetery near the Mediciens Sans Frontieres treatment centre in Kailahun August 2, 2014.  REUTERS/WHO/Tarik Jasarevic/Handout via Reuters

A volunteer walks at a cemetery near the Mediciens Sans Frontieres treatment centre in Kailahun August 2, 2014. REUTERS/WHO/Tarik Jasarevic/Handout via Reuters

A volunteer walks at a cemetery near the Mediciens Sans Frontieres treatment centre in Kailahun August 2, 2014. REUTERS/WHO/Tarik Jasarevic/Handout via Reuters
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Volunteers lower a corpse, which is prepared with safe burial practices to ensure it does not pose a health risk to others and stop the chain of person-to-person transmission of Ebola, into a grave in Kailahun August 2, 2014. REUTERS/WHO/Tarik Jasarevic/Handout via Reuters

Volunteers lower a corpse, which is prepared with safe burial practices to ensure it does not pose a health risk to others and stop the chain of person-to-person transmission of Ebola, into a grave in Kailahun August 2, 2014. REUTERS/WHO/Tarik...more

Volunteers lower a corpse, which is prepared with safe burial practices to ensure it does not pose a health risk to others and stop the chain of person-to-person transmission of Ebola, into a grave in Kailahun August 2, 2014. REUTERS/WHO/Tarik Jasarevic/Handout via Reuters
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Volunteers carry bodies in a centre run by Medecins Sans Frontieres for Ebola patients in Kailahun August 2, 2014.  REUTERS/WHO/Tarik Jasarevic/Handout via Reuters

Volunteers carry bodies in a centre run by Medecins Sans Frontieres for Ebola patients in Kailahun August 2, 2014. REUTERS/WHO/Tarik Jasarevic/Handout via Reuters

Volunteers carry bodies in a centre run by Medecins Sans Frontieres for Ebola patients in Kailahun August 2, 2014. REUTERS/WHO/Tarik Jasarevic/Handout via Reuters
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