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Liberia doctor dies of Ebola despite ZMapp treatment

26 August 2014 Last updated at 03:29 BST

A Liberian doctor has died despite taking an experimental anti-Ebola drug, Liberia's information minister says.

Abraham Borbor was one of three doctors in the country who had been given ZMapp and were showing signs of recovery.

More than 120 health workers have now died, according to the World Health Organisation.

Emily Thomas reports.

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