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- IOM Libya Update, 01 – 15 October 2019
- Libya’s relentless militia war: Civilians harmed in the battle for Tripoli, April-August 2019
- Deputy Italian Foreign Minister: We Are Concerned About Growing Attacks Against Civilians in Libya
- Al Wahat Security Directorate Warns Against Renting Accomodations to Unknown Persons
- Presidency Council Approves Solution to Issues Part of Misrata-Tawergha Agreement
The danger stemming from the ebola crisis in west Africa is hazardous beyond simply the immediate threat of contracting the deadly disease. Rather, the social and economic consequences of this emergency are widespread and is affecting the economies of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. People are out of work, and food prices have skyrocketed in some regions. This fascinating video from the World Food Program demonstrates the economic affects of the ebola outbreak as it relates to food prices, food availability and the prospect of hunger.
It’s an angle of this crisis that is rarely explored by the media, but is critically acute for people living the region.