Guinea Turns Away Liberians Over Ebola Fears - Report

Despite the decision by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to re-open Liberia's borders with neighboring countries as the Ebola virus wanes, there are reports that Liberian marketers, along with other travelers, have been turned away by Guinean border guards.

  • Liberia:   Guinea Turns Away Liberians

    New Dawn, 3 March 2015

    Guinean authorities are maintaining borders closure with Liberia despite President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf's last week pronouncement of borders re-opening. Read more »

Small boats crossing a remote border between Guinea and Liberia during the Ebola outbreak show how easily the virus can jump from one country to another (file photo).

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