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In Central Africa, a number of recent rebel attacks in the Democratic Republic of Congo are shutting down non-governmental organizations and forcing health workers fighting Ebola to avoid most areas. Some fear this could lead to a resurgence of the deadly disease. CBS News foreign correspondent Debora Patta reports from Mangina, Democratic Republic of Congo.
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