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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... 2015 Cull
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'Deep in the Congo jungle, the North Koreans have developed a new deadly strain of the Ebola virus to be used as a biological weapon. Designated 11, the amount of hours it takes to mercilessly kill its victim after exposure. Highly contagious it is unwittingly released on the African continent by the consumption of one of the test animals by local villagers. With the virus spreading at an uncontrollable rate, drastic measures are needed to slow its progress. The only way to do so is by nuclear weapons. The race to develop a vaccine comes down to a handful of scientists and a child from a small village in Mozambique. If it is not stopped, the human race could be extinct in less than six months.' (Publication summary)

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