1396469181000-AFP-528565288DAKAR, Senegal — The rising death toll in West Africa’s Ebola outbreak has sparked fear across the region with at least 80 already having died from the nearly always fatal virus. “Every day we’re reading about it in the newspaper, hearing about it on the radio, and wondering when it’s going to come here,” said 32-year-old Mossa Bau, who lives in Dakar, Senegal. “Everyone is very scared because, really, it’s a dangerous disease and no one has the means to stop it.” The World Health Organization says that as many as 125 people across three countries are now believed to have contracted the highly contagious disease. Senegal shut its border with Guinea, where the outbreak is believed to have originated, in the hopes of keeping the disease from spreading its way. The outbreak was initially contained in four remote towns in south Guinea and health officials had hopes it could be contained there. But the country’s Ministry of Health confirmed last week that eight cases arose in the capital, Conakry. More