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Aid officials say a surge of international support since last fall has helped contain the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, but as U.S.-built clinics sit dormant amid a fading health crisis, the question remains: what happens to the billions of dollars’ worth of U.S. resources committed to the region?
Next month, Fox News is told, the U.S. military plans to end its Ebola response mission, gradually withdrawing the remaining 1,300 troops. As of Jan. 5, the Defense Department had spent $385 million on Operation United Assistance since October.