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80 fall ill after having food in China temple

Beijing, June 16 (IANS) More than 80 villagers in China's northwest Shaanxi province were hospitalised after they ate at a temple gathering, authorities said.

Jun 15 2013, 8:06pm CDT | by

80 fall ill after having food in China temple
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Beijing, June 16 — More than 80 villagers in China's northwest Shaanxi province were hospitalised after they ate at a temple gathering, authorities said.

The villagers suffered from headache and vomiting around 7 p.m. after they attended the temple gathering in Shizi village, Xinhua reported.

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