CONGO MINISTRY SAYS EBOLA OUTBREAK WORST IN NATION'S HISTORY

KINSHASA, Congo (AP) — Congo's health ministry says the latest Ebola outbreak has now become the worst in the country's recorded history with 319 confirmed and probable cases.The ministry said late Friday that the deadly virus has...

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