b_179_129_16777215_00_images_SSD130415AA003.jpegFREETOWN, Sierra Leone — Mabinty Suma sells fish, vegetables and cooking oil along the once-packed Lumley Beach here in Sierra Leone's capital. Business is usually brisk, but not lately.

"The Ebola situation has made things difficult for me," said Suma, 34, who supports her family selling food items. "I can't move as usual across the border. In fact, business is just static, as customers are few these days — some of my most reliable customers have left the country."

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