Little Moses, just 10 years old, was found, barely alive, on the side of the road in Monrovia. He had been traveling with his family in Liberia\'s capital city, when his parents succumbed to the deadly Ebola virus, leaving him behind – orphaned and alone. This gentle, little boy was not only ...
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