By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI, The New York Times — The bodies of eight officials and journalists who went to a remote village in Guinea to dispel rumors about the deadly Ebola outbreak gripping the region were discovered…
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SIM (www.simusa.org) is an international Christian mission organization with a staff of nearly 3,000 workers from over 65 countries serving in more than 70 nationalities. In addition to medicine, SIM serves on every continent in areas of education, community development, public health and Christian witness. While SIM stood for Sudan Interior Mission when it was founded 120 years ago, it is now a global mission known as SIM (pronounced S-I-M).
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