Introduction: Ebola Outbreak (01:08)
This episode of Frontline will cover the spread of Ebola, and Nigeria's human rights abuses in its fight against Boko Haram. Viewer discretion advised.
Handling Dead Bodies (02:47)
At a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Sierra Leone amid the Ebola outbreak, a doctor wears protective gear to take a body to a morgue.
Isolating the Infected (01:47)
In Sierra Leone, Ebola kills most of those it infects. The only way to contain Ebola is to isolate the infected; a surveillance team works to get victims to the hospital.
Searching for Victims (01:36)
The surveillance team looks for Ebola victims to transport to hospitals. They don't wear protective clothing, as it terrifies villagers.
Response to Infection (02:23)
Medical officials diagnose a woman with Ebola, disinfect her house, note the names of those in close contact with her, and take her to a hospital.
Treating Ebola (01:10)
Local hospitals barely function, as doctors have died of Ebola. Officials transport a patient to a Doctors Without Borders hospital.
Treating Ebola (02:05)
Sometimes, the body can fight Ebola off if the patient can stay hydrated; doctors rehydrate a patient and give her anti-vomiting drugs. Pain and symptoms make sleep difficult.
Slow Response (00:51)
Sierra Leone's government and the international community were slow to respond to Ebola.
Spread Within Family (01:50)
A seven-year-old girl touched her grandmother's body at the funeral, as is custom. Her mother died in the ambulance ride; the girl dies at the hospital.
Couple Hospitalized (01:47)
A man arrives at the hospital with Ebola; his wife is already a patient. Their children remain in the village. The couple shares their thoughts.
Unidentified Body (01:44)
A dead girl is brought to the hospital; nobody can identify her. Officials try to determine who she is and who she could have infected.
Fear of Hospital (02:28)
In a remote village, a man hides from medical officials and the villagers won't cooperate. In Kenema, rumors that ebola is a hoax lead to riots outside a hospital.
Patient Weakens (03:45)
A woman hospitalized with Ebola is feeling better, but her husband weakens. Someone checks on their children back in the village.
The dead from the hospital are taken to a clearing. Gravediggers are volunteers. Ebola could infect 20,000.
Introduction: Nigerian Military Investigated (00:37)
The kidnapping of schoolgirls by Boko Haram sparked a crackdown by the Nigerian military. Frontline investigates its actions.
Boko Haram (01:36)
Boko Haram seeks to impose an Islamic state in Nigeria. Video clips show their rants and atrocities. Its kidnapping of schoolgirls sparked outrage.
Boko Haram Bombing (01:42)
We visit Jos, Nigeria, site of a recent Boko Haram bombing. The hospital filled with victims.
Nigerian Military and Militias (01:32)
Nigeria's military launched a war against Boko Haram two years ago, partnering with local militias. Militias and the military have committed atrocities; see footage.
Videotaped Atrocity (03:00)
A member of a Nigerian militia shows a video depicting the militia beating to death a boy they suspected of being in Boko Haram.
Militia Abuses Innocents (02:27)
A militia ties suspected Boko Haram men up in the sun and beats them. A local witness says the actual Boko Haram fled before the militia arrived.
Militia Massacres (01:38)
A militia loads young men onto a truck; later, their bodies were found on the outskirts of town. People join Boko Haram out of fear of the military.
Imprisoned by Military (02:00)
Women from a town repeatedly attacked by both Boko Haram and the military talk their husbands being in the captivity of the military.
U.S. Position (02:04)
Nigerian government officials refuse to be interviewed about human rights violations. The U.S. government has concerns about Nigeria's military's conduct.
Deaths in Giwa Barracks (01:59)
A man who was held in Giwa Barracks by Nigeria's military says many other detainees were shot. See photographic evidence, and hear from an Amnesty International official.
A militiaman unloading corpses recognized the body of a friend who was not a Boko Haram, and became disenchanted.
Prison Break and Massacre (01:52)
Boko Haram freed prisoners from Giwa barracks, but few went with Boko Haram, indicating they were civilians. The military shot them; see footage.
Nigeria's military hunted down escaped Giwa detainees; see video of them throwing them into a pit and slashing their throats. The military promised to investigate the incident.
Credits: Ebola Outbreak (00:60)
Credits: Ebola Outbreak
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