Monday, June 6, 2011
YAOUNDÉ, Cameroon — A cholera outbreak has killed more than 250 in Cameroon’s capital city Yaoundé, AlertNet reported.
According to officials, abnormal rainfall triggered floods in the area, which contaminated drinking water wells, the article stated.
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