Liberia’s airport battles to contain Ebola – By: Zoom Dosso

With the last rays of sunlight speckling the departures area at Liberia's international airport, passengers queue patiently to go through medical screening designed to show up the Ebola virus.

Roberts International Airport, a former United States Air Force base built 55 kilometres (35 miles) outside of the capital Monrovia during World War II, is at the front line of a new battle—to halt the spread of the most deadly outbreak of the tropical fever in history.

"We put so many processes in place that… focus on the safety of the airline, safety of the crew, safety of the passengers, and most importantly to boost the confidence of those who use our airport," says Binyah Kessely, director of the board at the Liberia Airport READ MORE OF THIS

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