With the recent killing of aid worker, Kayla Mueller, it’s easy to wonder, “How safe am I?” Journalists and aid workers face increased threats from ISIS, which has been using high-profile kidnappings to further their cause. So which is really more dangerous, being an aid worker or a journalist?
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The Ebola virus has a fatality rate of up to 90% and has killed thousands in West Africa in the past few months. Despite these figures, the U.S.