Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport begins screening for Ebola

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Passengers arriving on flights from Guinea, which Air France crews urge should be suspended, are being tested for fever by hand-held laser kits.

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France has begun rolling out Ebola checks at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport for passengers arriving from Guinea, one of countries worst-affected by the disease, reports Euronews.