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A cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe is suspected of killing more than 150 and is leaving many terrified

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A cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe is suspected of killing more than 150 and is leaving many terrified
November 20, 2023

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — These days, Catherine Mangosho locks her 3-year-old grandson in the house for hours on end in an attempt to shield him from a deadly cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe.

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