Sierra Leone burial team disinfecting themselves after removing body from street
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Ebola: Tear gas fired in Freetown after body left on street

Police in Freetown, Sierra Leone, have fired tear gas as people took to the streets to complain about the authorities' handling of the Ebola virus.

They were angry that the body of a woman who died from the disease was left on the street for two days.

US, British, French, German and Italian leaders are due to hold a video conference to talk about what to do next to prevent the spread of the disease.

Richard Lister reports.

  • 15 Oct 2014
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