U.N. Security Council Calls For End To Violence In DRC Region Affected By Ebola Outbreak

Associated Press: U.N. calls for end to Congo fighting to combat Ebola outbreak
“The U.N. Security Council called Wednesday for an immediate end to hostilities by all armed groups in northeastern Congo to combat a deadly Ebola outbreak. Council members stressed the urgency of getting medical teams to the affected areas quickly ‘because the disease can spread rapidly, including to neighboring countries, possibly impacting regional stability’…” (Lederer, 10/3).

Additional reporting on the Ebola outbreak response efforts in Congo is available from Axios and Reuters.

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