September 2, 2015


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Members of a Red Cross burial team take samples from the body of a woman they suspect died of Ebola in the village of Dia, Sierra Leone.

PETER MULLER / PRIME FOR THE WASHINGTON POST

Members of a Red Cross burial team take samples from the body of a woman they suspect died of Ebola in the village of Dia, Sierra Leone.

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