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    Ebola virus is becoming a reason for discriminations against african people in South Korea


    This is want I was asked to read by the security when I was trying to get in to a Pub know as JR in Seoul last night. This was shocking to read it, because it's a place where me and many African friends go regularly and last night we were just not allowed inside. I have heard from some other friends who have get back to Korea in the last few days (even do many of them were coming from vacation in Europe) that have not been treated the same as the other passengers because they hold African passports making them feel discriminated. The virus is deadly? Yes it is, but it doesn't give the right to people to start discriminating African people.

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