Guinea is struggling to keep up with the Ebola virus (Picture: AFP/Getty)
A group of highway robbers in Guinea may have got more than they bargained for.
They escaped with blood samples thought to be infected with Ebola.
Authorities have appealed on national radio for the bandits to hand over the samples which were stolen from a taxi on its way to a test site.
The samples were in the care of a Red Cross courier when they were taken.
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Faya Etienne Tolno, a spokesman for the red cross, said: ‘We don’t understand why they stole the blood sample. Perhaps they thought…
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