Cholera Death Toll Rises in South Sudan: Why The World's Youngest Nation Is Failing To Thrive

Doctors in the neighborhood of Munuki in South Sudan’s capital Juba are busy counting the number of patients coming into their clinic with flu-like symptoms. They're trying to track the spread of cholera, a waterborne bacterial infection that can be fatal if left untreated. It's the second major outbreak to hit the world’s youngest nation -- but this time doctors and health officials say they might not be able to contain it.

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