This isn't yet up on the Liberian media, but Lucie Lecomte found it on MSN News. From The Associated Press: Liberia reopens slum barricaded to fight Ebola. Excerpt:
Crowds celebrated in the streets of Liberia's capital on Saturday after authorities reopened a slum where tens of thousands of people had been barricaded for more than a week to contain the country's Ebola outbreak.
The blockade of the West Point neighborhood had sparked unrest as residents feared running out of food and safe water on the peninsula.
Lifting the quarantine Saturday morning doesn't mean there is no Ebola in the West Point slum, said Information Minister Lewis Brown. Authorities, though, are more confident now that they can work with residents to screen for the sick, he said.
"They're comfortable with the way the leadership and the community is working with the health team to make sure that the community remains safe," he said.