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Obama on Ebola: "We Have to Act Fast"

President Obama has outlined new efforts in fighting the "global threat" of Ebola which include establishing a military command center in Liberia where American personnel will provide medical aid and supplies. In a statement given from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the president said "the world is looking to the United States and it is a responsibility we are prepared to embrace." The White House says it’ll involve up to 3,000 troops and more than $500 million in spending. Obama said Army major-general, Darryl A. Williams had already landed in Liberia to direct the push to build clinics, distribute supplies and train health care workers. Read »
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