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world |18d ago
At least 42 people, mainly children, have died in the last 24 hours from a suspected cholera outbreak in southern Somalia, doctors said Tuesday.
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world |317d ago
The death toll from a 3-month-old cholera epidemic in Angola has exceeded 1,300 people and the number is rising daily, an aid group said Wednesday.

world |6/14/2005 2:21:33 PM ET
An outbreak of cholera in the Afghan capital has killed at least eight people, is feared to have infected more than 2,000 others and is on the verge of turning into an epidemic, a senior epidemiologist working to stem the spread of the disease warned Tuesday.

world |1/2/2005 1:14:15 PM ET
The key to averting a health catastrophe emerging from the tsunami ruins will be basic hygiene clean water and toilets medical officials said Saturday, reporting no major disease outbreaks but warning the worst may be just around the corner.
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world |11/2/2004 10:41:52 AM ET
A cholera epidemic in Senegal's capital is spreading, and health officials said Tuesday that 400 cases and two deaths have been reported so far. The figure is up from 84 cases reported Oct. 26. The first case was diagnosed Oct. 11.
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