Six Tuskegee Students Headed Back to Ala. After Ebola Outbreak Stranded Them in Africa

AL.com -- Just in time for school, six Tuskegee University students stranded in Liberia due to the Ebola outbreak are booked to fly out on Aug. 17, university officials said today.

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AL.com -- Just in time for school, six Tuskegee University students stranded in Liberia due to the Ebola outbreak are booked to fly out on Aug. 17, university officials said today.

On Aug. 17, they will fly to Ghana and then to the United States on Aug. 18. School starts Aug. 20.

The students have been based in Monrovia, Liberia since June 29 on a program that was only supposed to last a few weeks.

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