Kuwait detects cholera in citizen arriving from neighbouring country – health ministry – Reuters.com

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CAIRO, Nov 25 (Reuters) – Kuwait detected cholera in a citizen arriving from a neighbouring country where there is an outbreak, the health ministry said in a statement on Friday.
According to the World Health Organization, Lebanon is the latest phase of a outbreak that began in Afghanistan in June before spreading to Pakistan, Iran, Iraq and Syria.
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Disappointed Qatar fans criticised their team after a second successive defeat eliminated the hosts from the World Cup on Friday when Ecuador's draw with Netherlands ensured that they could not progress.
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