Ebola epidemic kills nine in central DR Congo: report

Dec 25, 2008

A deadly Ebola outbreak in the central Democratic Republic of Congo has killed nine and infected 21, the UN-sponsored radio Okapi quoted the health minister as saying Thursday.



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