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Loseni Bility, Reginald Tarr, and Alexander Azenkeng sit in the office of Liberian Community President George Massaquoi while discussing what members of the UAC and the rest of Grand Forks can do to support family members and others in Liberia during the current Ebola outbreak. Photo by Kile Brewer/Grand Forks Herald

Losing loved ones to Ebola, Africans in Grand Forks raise awareness, funds to help those back home

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The Ebola outbreak in Liberia has hit home, quite literally, for Grand Forks’ Loseni Bility.

The 28-year-old, who moved to Grand Forks 10 years ago as part of a resettlement program, is one of approximately 200 Liberians in the area. He last visited his hometown of Barkedu, Liberia, in September 2013.

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