Tiger mosquitoes behind dengue fever rise in Europe | BBC News

An invasive species of mosquito has set up home in 13 countries in the EU, including France, Spain and Greece.

Tiger mosquitoes have been linked to the spread of dengue fever, which starts with flu-like symptoms but can become fatal.

Most European cases of dengue are imported from international travel, but locally-acquired infections are rising.

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