Hazard sign at Ebola treatment centre
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Inside UK-funded Ebola centre in Sierra Leone

An 92-bed Ebola treatment centre, funded by the UK and built by the British Army, is to open its door near Freetown, Sierra Leone's capital.

The country has been badly hit by the outbreak in West Africa and more than 1,500 people there have already lost their lives to the virus.

Clive Myrie reports.

  • 04 Nov 2014
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