CIVIL wars raged over the last three decades in the African countries of Liberia and Sierra Leone. Now, an "invisible enemy" — the Ebola virus — is wreaking havoc on the farmers who had just started to bring new economic vitality to a region desperately in need.
"Ebola is a disease against agricultural productivity, a disease against youth and a disease that destroys food production," Sierra Leone President Ernest Bai Koroma said in a live satellit
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