Liberian soldiers keep order at a food distribution center, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, at the West Point area, one of the places where the Ebola virus has claimed lives, in Monrovia, Liberia. (AP Photo/Abbas Dulleh)
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The scale of the world's worst Ebola outbreak has been concealed by families hiding infected loved ones in their homes and the existence of "shadow zones" that medics cannot enter, the World Health Organization (WHO) revealed Friday.The head of Doctors Without Borders, which has urged the WHO to do more, told Reuters in an interview Thursday that the fight against Ebola was being undermined by a lack of international leadership and emergency management skills.The WHO said it had drawn up a draft strategy plan to combat Ebola in West Africa over the next six to nine months, implying that it does not expect to halt the epidemic before the end of the year.
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