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Sierra Leone village still awaiting $6.5 mn diamond dividend

Inhabitants of the Sierra Leone village of Koryardu complain about how they are yet to see any benefits or improvements to their life after a diamond they handed over for auction fetched $6.5 million (5.7 million euros) a year ago. They handed the stone over to the government to be sold, in the hope that it would generate money to be ploughed back into developing the local community.

Ebola: Surviving Survival – Stigma & shame in the wake of disease (RT Documentary)

Sierra Leone was declared Ebola-free two years ago, but survivors are still suffering. After recovery, they are ostracised and rejected by whole communities and even their own families, who fear that they still carry the deadly infection.

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Deadliest outbreak of Ebola in Sierra Leone: Surviving survival

In Sierra Leone, the Ebola virus continues to take its toll on people who survive it. After being treated, former patients often face ignorance and stigma within their communities. RTD shares the stories of survivors, struggling to rebuild their lives while fighting to be accepted by society.

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Sierra Leone remembers victims of deadly mudslide

Sierra Leone’s president Julius Maada Bio joins dozens of survivors of a mudslide that hit the capital of Freetown last year to remember the dead. That day in August 2017, heavy rains lashed the slopes left bare by chronic deforestation in Freetown, and huge boulders suddenly detached, rolling onto informal settlements, crushing shacks and enveloping entire households in red mud.

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Victims of Sierra Leone floods take refuge in school

Hundreds of people made homeless by the devastating floods and mudslides in Sierra Leone take refuge in a school, where aid agencies try to provide them with food and shelter. The disaster began August 14 when heavy rains hit the city and the partial collapse of a hillside triggered mudslides, engulfing homes and wreaking destruction.

On The Line: Kayla Ruble Discusses the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

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Kayla Ruble joined On The Line to discuss the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, and the global response to the spread of the virus.

Since the outbreak began, the contagion has infected more than 25,000 people and claimed more than 10,000 lives — mostly in Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. Although transmission rates have slowed, new cases continue to be reported, and the economies of the hardest-hit nations remain at risk.

VICE News reporter Kayla Ruble has been following the global effort to combat the disease – both on the ground in Liberia, and from our newsroom – and answered your questions live.

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This Week On The Line (Trailer): Kayla Ruble Discusses the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

On Thursday at 12pm EDT Kayla Ruble will join On The Line to discuss the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, and the global response to the spread of the virus.

Since the outbreak began, the contagion has infected more than 25,000 people and claimed more than 10,000 lives — mostly in Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. Although transmission rates have slowed, new cases continue to be reported, and the economies of the hardest-hit nations remain at risk.

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