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A special Christmas in Sierra Leone

Christmas in Sierra Leone is set to be particularly special this year after celebrations were banned in 2015 due to the Ebola epidemic. The country has been Ebola free for the past two months, and Christmas celebrations have begun in earnest. And as our correspondent in Freetown Mohamed Massaquoi reports, Christmas unites people even in a majority-Muslim country.

Christmas in Sierra Leone is set to be particularly special this year after celebrations were banned in 2015 due to the Ebola epidemic.

The country has been Ebola free for the past two months, and Christmas celebrations have begun in earnest.

And as our correspondent in Freetown Mohamed Massaquoi reports, Christmas unites people even in a majority-Muslim country.

 

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