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The rate of Ebola cases in a part of Liberia where one rubber tree plantation operates is far lower than in other parts of the country.
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With polar temperatures persisting across the Eastern United States, many homeowners are turning to technology instead of shovel power to remove ice and snow from sidewalks and driveways.
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The bill from natural and weather disasters is nearly $200 billion (150 billion euros) a year, four times higher than in the 1980s.
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