4 Ebola responders killed in DRC

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Two attacks in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo have killed 4 workers responding to Ebola outbreak and injured 5 others. The attacks occurred overnight on a shared living camp in Biakato Mines and an Ebola response coordination office in Mangina.
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