Cholera Crisis

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    Makeshift hospitals in South Africa is overwhelmed with cholera patients.

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    Cholera is spreading because sewage flows in the streets and there is a shortage of clean drinking water.

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    The United Nations is reporting that the death toll from the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe has risen to 565, with 12,546 people infected.

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    The United Nations is reporting that the death toll from the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe has risen to 565, with 12,546 people infected.

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    The United Nations is reporting that the death toll from the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe has risen to 565, with 12,546 people infected.

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    The United Nations is reporting that the death toll from the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe has risen to 565, with 12,546 people infected.

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    A young boy fetches water from a river in Harare, Wednesday, Dec. , 3, 2008. The United Nations is reporting that the death toll from the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe has risen to 565, with 12,546 people infected. The government had been reporting 473 cholera deaths since August, and a total of 11,700 people infected as of Monday.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

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    Women and children collect clean water from a UNICEF truck in Harare, Zimbabwe Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2008. The United Nations is reporting that the death toll from the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe has risen to 565, with 12,546 people infected. The government had been reporting 473 cholera deaths since August, and a total of 11,700 people infected as of Monday. The nationwide outbreak of the waterborne disease is blamed on collapsing water treatment plants and broken sewage pipes.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

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    Buckets and water containers belonging to women and children are place in a queue as they await the delivery of clean water from a UNICEF truck in Harare, Zimbabwe Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2008. The United Nations is reporting that the death toll from the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe has risen to 565, with 12,546 people infected. The government had been reporting 473 cholera deaths since August, and a total of 11,700 people infected as of Monday. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

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    Women and children collectclean water from a UNICEF truck in Harare, Zimbabwe Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2008. The United Nations is reporting that the death toll from the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe has risen to 565, with 12,546 people infected. The government had been reporting 473 cholera deaths since August, and a total of 11,700 people infected as of Monday. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

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    Women and children collect clean water from a UNICEF truck in Harare, Zimbabwe Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2008. The United Nations is reporting that the death toll from the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe has risen to 565, with 12,546 people infected. The government had been reporting 473 cholera deaths since August, and a total of 11,700 people infected as of Monday. .(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

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    A young boy fetches water from a river after bathing in Harare, Zimbabwe Wednesday, December, 3, 2008. The United Nations is reporting that the death toll from the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe has risen to 565, with 12,546 people infected. The government had been reporting 473 cholera deaths since August, and a total of 11,700 people infected as of Monday. The nationwide outbreak of the waterborne disease is blamed on collapsing water treatment plants and broken sewage pipes.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

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