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Liberian soldiers check people travelling in Bomi County August 11, 2014. Liberian troops set up Ebola roadblocks and stopped public access to some of the worst-hit towns after the country declared a state of emergency to tackle the worst outbreak of the disease on record. REUTERS/Stringer

Ebola-hit states plead for more help, WHO rebuked for slow response

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GENEVA/FREETOWN, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Two West African nations and a medical charity fighting the world's worst Ebola epidemic chided the World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday for its slow response, saying more action was needed to save victims threatened by the disease and hunger.

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