Cause Of Indian School Lunch Poisoning Still Unknown

July 17, 2013

At least 21 children are dead, and nearly two dozen others are sick, after eating contaminated food in India. The children became sick after eating their daily free lunch at a school in the eastern state of Bihar. Officials say it appears the food contained pesticide, but it's not clear if it the victims were poisoned deliberately.

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