Ghosts of war haunt an Ebola graveyard in Sierra Leone

December 19, 2014 5:28 AM

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To find Andrew Kondoh, walk through the gates of this city's largest cemetery, where teams in moonsuits bury more than 50 bodies in white plastic bags each day. Look for the man with the wispy goatee and big belly, who is overseeing one of the world's most chaotic, dangerous graveyards as if he's done it all before.

Twenty years ago, when he was 13, Kondoh took it upon himself to guard a heap of bodies, people killed by rebels during the country's civil war. For three years, as the pile grew, he protected them from being trampled or picked at by dogs.When that conflict ended, Kondoh made a promise to himself. H...

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