EDITOR'S NOTE: Here are a selection of internal emails and documents from the World Health Organization, illustrating how the agency and other responders struggled to deal with the Ebola outbreak in the Sierra Leonean city of Kenema over the summer of 2014. They include WHO's Director-General Dr. Margaret Chan's demand that equipment and protective gear be provided, a warning that body bags had run out, a description of the situation at Kenema Government Hospital, an email about shoddy chlorine supplies, a complaint from the Red Cross about lack of leadership and warnings about the hospital's power supply. The redactions made by AP are in black. Clicking a document will open a new window. Also included is a 30-second clip from a longer recording of senior U.S. health official Austin Demby describing his visit to the hospital.