Doctors Without Borders are 'crying for help' with the Ebola outbreak in west Africa with facilities overwhelmed by patients, a health chief has warned.
Director of Operations for the charity, Brice de le Vingne told Good Morning Britain: "We cannot cope with the situation anymore, that is why we are crying for help. Today, we have patients dying on our front doors."
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