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Jakarta on health alert over floods

More than 50,000 residents in the Indonesian capital have sought treatment for conditions ranging from coughs to diarrhea after days of floods and authorities are monitoring for more serious diseases, officials said on Monday. The flooding has displaced 340,000 people and killed nearly 30. Water in parts of the tropical city of nine million people has been up to 4 meters (13 feet) deep, causing blackouts, cutting telephone lines and blocking key roads. Full Story

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