Libya’s public health emergency, flooded areas at risk

The aid charity said the disaster has contaminated water sources – leaving thousands without access to clean drinking water. It also warned at least 55 children have become sick in the city of Derna. Dams above the city burst in a storm a week ago – killing thousands – with even more still missing. Among those hit hardest are non-Libyans – some of whom have fled wars in neighbouring countries – and now find themselves homeless again – as Priyanka Navani reports. Subscribe:
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