Thousands hit by malaria, dengue as S.Asia's worst floods in a decade recede
13,000 people are ill with diarrhoea and respiratory infections in densely populated Bangladesh after floods in its north
By Mohi Narayan
NEW DELHI, Sept 6 (Reuters) - Thousands of people are suffering from an outbreak of diarrhoea, malaria and dengue in Bangladesh and Nepal as the waters from the worst floods in a decade recede, officials and aid agencies said on Wednesday.
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