Angelina Jolie visits flood-hit Pakistan amid rapid spread of malaria and other diseases | The World

Angelina jolie visits flood-hit pakistan amid rapid spread of malaria and other diseases | the world

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Pakistan is struggling to contain an outbreak of malaria and water-borne diseases as the country grapples with the ongoing flood devastation. As the death toll climbs above 300, Hollywood actor Angelina Jolie visits the country, in a bid to raise awareness. Sarah Jane Bell reports.

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