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Hundreds of girls at a Mexican boarding school run by Roman Catholic nuns have been hit by a mystery illness that the authorities say is psychological.
Headmistress Margie Cheong, a nun from South Korea, said it was unclear what causes the symptoms, which include difficulty walking and nausea.
Some 600 of the 4,000 pupils at the Villa de las Ninas school outside Mexico City have been affected.
The outbreak has prompted allegations of abuse by the nuns.