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British Airways has suspended flights to Sierra Leone and Liberia until the end of the month due to the Ebola outbreak, which has killed more than 880 people.

It said the move was due to the "deteriorating public health situation in both countries" and that "the safety of our customers, crew and ground teams" was a top priority. 

BA normally has four flights a week from London Heathrow to Freetown in Sierra Leone, with a connection to Monrovia in Liberia.

"We will keep the routes under constant review in the coming weeks," the airline added.

Customers can get a refund or rearrange their flight for a later date.

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