Naples' uncollected rubbish may pose 'health risk'

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Piles of uncollected rubbish continue to grow in the streets of Naples in southern Italy, amid fears of health risks from rising temperatures.

The Easter break saw the accumulation of more refuse, some of which was set on fire.

It follows a dispute over the opening of new disposal sites.

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