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Filthy flood waters spark disease worries in India

Health officials in India’s flood-hit city of Kolkata said on Thursday they were worried about the outbreak of disease, as residents drank and swam in the filthy, neck-deep water. Rains have swamped homes and disrupted power in the eastern city of more than 8 million people. Most schools were closed for the third day running and many offices empty as people avoided going to work through the flooded streets. Full Story

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