Cholera outbreak

Tendani Baloyi, 4, lies in a cholera rehydration centre in on the South Africa-Zimbabwe border on Dec. 11. Zimbabwe President <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT007580" title="Robert Mugabe" href="/topic/politics/government/robert-mugabe-PEPLT007580.topic">Robert Mugabe</a> said today that the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe has ended. UN agencies have warned that the disease could afflict up to 60,000 people in the coming weeks. (Photo by Justine Gerardy/AFP/Getty Images)

Tendani Baloyi, 4, lies in a cholera rehydration centre in on the South Africa-Zimbabwe border on Dec. 11. Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe said today that the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe has ended. UN agencies have warned that the disease could afflict up to 60,000 people in the coming weeks. (Photo by Justine Gerardy/AFP/Getty Images)

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