Todd Frankel

Washington Post

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Washington Post reporter who has covered Ebola from Sierra Leone

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In West Africa, Ebola is spreading with unprecedented speed. For weeks, global health organizations have called for international aid—especially from the United States.

As Ebola Crises Deepens, Will US Aid Be Enough?

In West Africa, Ebola is spreading with unprecedented speed. For weeks, global health organizations have called for international aid—especially from the United States.

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