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The Kenyan government over the weekend said it will bar passengers traveling from three West African countries hit by the Ebola outbreak, closing a debate in East Africa’s economic powerhouse about whether the national airline was exposing the country to the deadly disease. Kenya’s Health Ministry said, the suspension is effective midnight Tuesday for all ports of entry for people traveling from or through Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia. Nigeria was not included in the ban, which also allows entry to health professionals and Kenyans returning from those countries.



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