A cholera outbreak that started along the Euphrates river last month in Iraq has infected as many as 1,201 people, reported the health ministry.
The health ministry said, "There are 1,201 confirmed cases as of October 7, 2015. Most patients had recovered. There had been only one confirmed death from the disease, in Babil province south of Baghdad. Health officials had reported four suspected deaths west of the capital last month."
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