Bodies being carried away in Libera last week.(AP)
President Barack Obama said the deadly Ebola virus is "spiraling out of control" and called on the world to follow America's lead, and to act quickly, in the fight to eradicate it. Speaking from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Tuesday, Obama warned that inaction could cause an exponential rise in victims, destabilizing western African nations and threatening world security. [Full Story]
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