The World Looks at Ebola for 10-9
We're pursuing lots angles on Ebola -- we'll go to Spain where people are rattled by lapses in the way the system has responded. We'll also hear how deforestation and climate change may be exacerbating the dangers of diseases like Ebola, and how Kenya's tourism industry is taking a hit because of fears about the disease. We'll also have a nurse with experience dealing with Ebola patients walk us through the proper technique for putting on and taking off protective gear.
Also today, our own Matthew Bell reports on the youth movement that brought people into the streets of Hong Kong and the World's Nina Porzucki tells us about Patrick Mondiano, the French author who's won the Nobel Prize for Literature.