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UN Warns of Disease Threat in Flood-Hit Libyan City

  • An outbreak of diseases in Libya's northeast, caused by floods that killed over 11,000 people, poses a second devastating crisis, warns the United Nations Support Mission in Libya.
  • The contamination of water has led to the spread of diarrhea among over 100 people, according to Libyan authorities. The lack of sanitation and the collapse of two dams during storm Daniel are major concerns.
  • The death toll from the disaster is estimated to be around 20,000, with thousands still missing. Efforts to respond to the crisis have been hampered by poor coordination, difficulty in delivering aid, and the destruction of infrastructure.
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