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Finding Refuge on a Mine Field

Photo Essay Finding Refuge on a Minefield Civilians fleeing attacks in North Waziristan, have taken shelter across the border in Afghanistan where the weapons of ...

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Ebola Was Here

MONROVIA, Liberia — Promised by U.S. President Barack Obama in early September, the Monrovia Medical Unit (MMU), built by the United States Army 101st Airborne ...

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A Small Step Backward for Mankind

Two rockets crashed last week: one carrying cargo to Earth orbit, the other on a test flight for a suborbital manned spacecraft. It will take ...

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How to Shut Down a Country and Kill a Disease

With every passing day the absence of a powerful international response to West Africa's Ebola epidemic allows the horror to grow, pushing the nightmares in ...

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Yahtzee Meets the Hot Zone

As the Ebola virus begins to spread out of West Africa, with the first victims appearing in the United States and Europe, the world trembles ...

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How to Keep Ebola Out of Your Neighborhood

Since Thomas Eric Duncan entered the United States from Liberia on Sept. 20 and was diagnosed with Ebola on Sept. 30, Americans have been wracked ...

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The Toxic Politics of Ebola

GUÉCKÉDOU, Guinea — Thérèse Moundekeno was a pharmacy student in Conakry, Guinea's coastal capital city, when she received a phone call in April advising her ...

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Stay of Expulsion

JUBA, South Sudan — South Sudan is facing what the United Nations Security Council has called the worst food crisis in the world -- the ...

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The Peace Bridge to Nowhere

Ukraine, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Nigeria, the Central African Republic, South Sudan -- a depressing list, which seems to grow each day. It can be ...

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