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Photographing the Ebola Crisis | The Hot Zone

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Published on : 24 May 2019

Photographer Nichole Sobecki was on assignment in The Democratic Republic of Congo to cover the current Ebola epidemic. On the ground, she saw firsthand how war, fear, and distrust make it difficult to contain the spread of the deadly virus.

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Kids TV - Nursery Rhymes And Baby Songs

Can’t wait to see this series!!!

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CẦU THỦ NHÍ OFFICIAL

hi

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SR Toys Collection
SR Toys Collection 1 month ago

I can't watch it because I don't watch TV anymore. It's just too much BS for me to handle

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EvanTubeHD
EvanTubeHD 1 month ago

Its strange how diseases appear and dissapear out of nowhere. Sometimes i feel like they are planted somewhere by someone.

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National Geographic

this world is overpopulated, no one likes to mention THAT. Ebola could be the cleanse this Earth needs. Start with middle America though, that would be great.

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WildBrain – Kids Videos

Rather see video than stills.

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Susi kids TV
Susi kids TV 1 month ago

Perfect CULLING disease

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ARPO The Robot for All Kids

Everyone can't wait to see humans suffer. THE WORLD IS FOREVER INFECTED WITH HATE.

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Pinkfong Kids Songs & Stories

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Kids Toys Play
Kids Toys Play 1 month ago

Where's god @

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Debbie Doo Kids TV
Debbie Doo Kids TV 1 month ago

Esta mensagem é de facto intensa e de alerta!! As imagens são realmente expressivas de um povo em sofrimento e que não sabe lidar com este vírus violento e não tem capacidade para o combater!! As pessoas estão quase sós e entregues a si próprios e abandonados por quem os governa?? ...Os que tentam fazer algo para estancar a propagação são poucos para atender a todos os factos que implica esta doença?!! Desde a informação e prevenção!!

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Junky Kid TV - Learn Colors for Children

Is really annoying how ppl dont cooperat God pls help them

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Sen Vang Kids
Sen Vang Kids 1 month ago

Primates

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Super Simple TV - Kids Shows & Cartoons

The woman at 0:11 is very pretty

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Bounce Patrol Kids
Bounce Patrol Kids 1 month ago

1:52 is such a powerful photograph.

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The hot Zone

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Kids Game Show TV
Kids Game Show TV 1 month ago

But do dey know the wey?

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Mister Max
Mister Max 1 month ago

ebola la la la laaaaa

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Like Nastya
Like Nastya 1 month ago

same destructive fears as anti vaxxers, we're just lucky its only the measles they are spreading in the US so far.

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ShauntheSheep
ShauntheSheep 1 month ago

When's it coming

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