Yemen experiences worst cholera outbreak ever

Yemen's cholera outbreak is now the worst ever on record. The British charity Oxfam expects a million cases by November.

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    The cholera outbreak in Yemen is now the worst ever on record.

    The British charity Oxfam expects a million cases by November.

    It says it is difficult to respond to the crisis because more than half of Yemen's hospitals and health centres are closed due to the civil war.

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports.


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