FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — Children in Sierra Leone are returning to schools after the Ebola outbreak forced closures about nine months ago.
The government and U.N. children's agency said more than 8,000 schools will start reopening on Tuesday, and about 1.8 million children will eventually attend.
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