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Air France to suspend flights due to Ebola outbreak

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Air France is suspending flights to Sierra Leone amid a deadly Ebola outbreak. (Source: CNN) Air France is suspending flights to Sierra Leone amid a deadly Ebola outbreak. (Source: CNN)

(CNN) - The French government is advising Air France to temporarily suspend flights to Sierra Leone due to the risk associated with the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

The French government also recommends its citizens leave Sierra Leone and Liberia given the state of the health systems in those countries.

It said flights to Nigeria and Guinea may continue.

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