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Protests in India after meal leaves 25 dead

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The world’s largest school feeding program has failed the children in Bihar, India. A school lunch of lentils, rice and soybean left 25 dead and dozens of others injured. The tragedy has sparked protests on the streets with residents blaming the school and the state for not hospitalizing children quick enough. The cause is under investigation but investigators think the food was contaminated with some type of insecticide.