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Child labourers in Malawi suffer from tabacco poisoning

Malawi is one of the world's largest exporters of tobacco. But the industry can take a huge toll on workers and their families. About 80,000 Malawian children work in tobacco. Many suffer from what's known as acute nicotine poisoning--headaches, abdominal pain and nausea from spending hours in the fields.

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