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Zambia imposes curfew in Lusaka struck by cholera

By Kathy Short

The cholera outbreak in Zambia's capital Lusaka has left traders stranded after the central business district was shut by the government. Dozens have died, and thousands of cases have been recorded. And now as correspondent Kathy Short reports, the capital’s economy is also being hurt.

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