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Ebola Epidemic 

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Ground Zero - 04 Mar 2015 
Scientists traced the source of the worst-ever Ebola outbreak to a toddler in a village in southeast Guinea. 
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March 03, 2015 
Etienne Ouamouno, father of Ebola patient zero, poses for a picture in Meliandou February 4, 2015. A... 
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Etienne Ouamouno, father of Ebola patient zero, poses for a picture in Meliandou 
Etienne Ouamouno, father of Ebola patient zero, poses for a picture in Meliandou February 4, 2015. A charred kapok tree and around a dozen graves scattered amongst the mud brick houses of Meliandou are painful reminders of the toll Ebola has taken on this village in southeast Guinea. Scientists traced the source of the worst-ever outbreak of Ebola to two-year-old Emile Ouamouno, who they believe contracted the disease while playing near the tree, home to hundreds of bats that may have been hosting the deadly virus. Ouamouno lost his son Emile, his daughter and his pregnant wife to Ebola. For Ouamouno and thousands of others in the forest region of southeastern Guinea, once the breadbasket of the West African nation, the suffering has only deepened. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY DISASTER) 
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March 03, 2015 
Etienne Ouamouno, father of Ebola patient zero, stands by the kapok tree where scientists say his two-year-old... 
MELIANDOU, Guinea 
Etienne Ouamouno, father of Ebola patient zero, stands by the kapok tree where scientists say his two-year-old... 
Etienne Ouamouno, father of Ebola patient zero, stands by the kapok tree where scientists say his two-year-old son might have contracted Ebola from bats in Meliandou, Guinea, February 4, 2015. A charred kapok tree and around a dozen graves scattered amongst the mud brick houses of Meliandou are painful reminders of the toll Ebola has taken on this village in southeast Guinea. Scientists traced the source of the worst-ever outbreak of Ebola to two-year-old Emile Ouamouno, who they believe contracted the disease while playing near the tree, home to hundreds of bats that may have been hosting the deadly virus. Ouamouno lost his son Emile, his daughter and his pregnant wife to Ebola. For Ouamouno and thousands of others in the forest region of southeastern Guinea, once the breadbasket of the West African nation, the suffering has only deepened. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: HEALTH DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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March 03, 2015 
A mother and her children make palm oil in Meliandou February 4, 2015. A charred kapok tree and around... 
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A mother and her children make palm oil in Meliandou 
A mother and her children make palm oil in Meliandou February 4, 2015. A charred kapok tree and around a dozen graves scattered amongst the mud brick houses of Meliandou are painful reminders of the toll Ebola has taken on this village in southeast Guinea. Scientists traced the source of the worst-ever outbreak of Ebola to two-year-old Emile Ouamouno, who they believe contracted the disease while playing near the tree, home to hundreds of bats that may have been hosting the deadly virus. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY DISASTER) 
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March 03, 2015 
A member of the French Red Cross disinfects the area around a motionless person suspected of carrying... 
FORECARIAH, Guinea 
A member of the French Red Cross disinfects the area around a motionless person suspected of carrying... 
A member of the French Red Cross disinfects the area around a motionless person suspected of carrying the Ebola virus as a crowd gathers in Forecariah January 30, 2015. Health officials botched more than 20 Ebola blood tests in January and February which led to the release of at least four positive patients, two of whom later died, Guinea's anti-Ebola coordinator and other health officials told Reuters. Picture taken January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH) 
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March 03, 2015 
A Red Cross worker takes out metal grave markers to replace the wooden ones that have been eaten by termites... 
NZEREKORE, Guinea 
A Red Cross worker takes out metal grave markers to replace the wooden ones that have been eaten by termites... 
A Red Cross worker takes out metal grave markers to replace the wooden ones that have been eaten by termites in Nzerekore February 6, 2015. Health officials botched more than 20 Ebola blood tests in January and February which led to the release of at least four positive patients, two of whom later died, Guinea's anti-Ebola coordinator and other health officials told Reuters. Picture taken February 6, 2015. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: HEALTH DISASTER) 
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March 03, 2015 
A man stands next to a signpost in Macenta February 7, 2015. Picture taken February 7, 2015. REUTERS/Misha... 
MACENTA, Guinea 
A man stands next to a signpost in Macenta 
A man stands next to a signpost in Macenta February 7, 2015. Picture taken February 7, 2015. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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March 03, 2015 
The Medecins Sans Frontieres Ebola treatment centre in the grounds of Donka Hospital is seen in Conakry... 
Conakry, Guinea 
The Medecins Sans Frontieres Ebola treatment centre in the grounds of Donka Hospital is seen in Conakry... 
The Medecins Sans Frontieres Ebola treatment centre in the grounds of Donka Hospital is seen in Conakry February 11, 2015. Health officials botched more than 20 Ebola blood tests in January and February which led to the release of at least four positive patients, two of whom later died, Guinea's anti-Ebola coordinator and other health officials told Reuters. Picture taken February 11, 2015. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH) 
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March 03, 2015 
The broken windshield of an Ebola emergency team vehicle is seen after it had been pelted with stones... 
LOLA, Guinea 
The broken windshield of an Ebola emergency team vehicle is seen after it had been pelted with stones... 
The broken windshield of an Ebola emergency team vehicle is seen after it had been pelted with stones in Lola February 9, 2015. Health officials botched more than 20 Ebola blood tests in January and February which led to the release of at least four positive patients, two of whom later died, Guinea's anti-Ebola coordinator and other health officials told Reuters. Picture taken February 9, 2015. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH) 
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March 03, 2015 
People walk at the main market in Gueckedou February 4, 2015. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Misha... 
GUECKEDOU, Guinea 
People walk at the main market in Gueckedou 
People walk at the main market in Gueckedou February 4, 2015. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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March 03, 2015 
A woman cooks in Meliandou February 4, 2015. A charred kapok tree and around a dozen graves scattered... 
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A woman cooks in Meliandou 
A woman cooks in Meliandou February 4, 2015. A charred kapok tree and around a dozen graves scattered amongst the mud brick houses of Meliandou are painful reminders of the toll Ebola has taken on this village in southeast Guinea. Scientists traced the source of the worst-ever outbreak of Ebola to two-year-old Emile Ouamouno, who they believe contracted the disease while playing near the tree, home to hundreds of bats that may have been hosting the deadly virus. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY DISASTER) 
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March 03, 2015 
A man buys shoes from a street vendor in Gueckedou February 4, 2015. Picture taken February 4, 2015.... 
GUECKEDOU, Guinea 
A man buys shoes from a street vendor in Gueckedou 
A man buys shoes from a street vendor in Gueckedou February 4, 2015. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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March 03, 2015 
Children play in the village of Meliandou February 4, 2015. A charred kapok tree and around a dozen graves... 
MELIANDOU, Guinea 
Children play in the village of Meliandou 
Children play in the village of Meliandou February 4, 2015. A charred kapok tree and around a dozen graves scattered amongst the mud brick houses of Meliandou are painful reminders of the toll Ebola has taken on this village in southeast Guinea. Scientists traced the source of the worst-ever outbreak of Ebola to two-year-old Emile Ouamouno, who they believe contracted the disease while playing near the tree, home to hundreds of bats that may have been hosting the deadly virus. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: HEALTH DISASTER) 
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