India battles dengue fever outbreak

BBC: An outbreak of dengue fever since February has killed more than 100 people, inundated hospitals with patients and triggered school closures, reports Atish Patel. In India, many savour the moment when the skies turn grey and monsoon rains lash down to bring respite from the excruciating summer heat. This year, the country saw the heaviest rains in nearly two decades, particularly pleasing farmers who rely on the monsoon for their living. But the rains also bring challenges, including the......

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