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Syria fights against cholera

By DW
06 November 2022   |   11:15 am
More than 15,000 infected and dozens dead: Cholera is spreading in Syria and with it, fears that it could soon hit neighboring countries. Lebanon and Iraq have already registered their first cases.

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