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Africa flood crisis deepens

NAIROBI: Fresh rainfalls and slow relief have deepened the humanitarian crisis caused by record floods in Africa which have affected more than 1.5mn people and killed at least 300, aid agencies warned yesterday.
The worst floods in three decades have now affected 22 countries, displacing hundreds of thousands and starkly raising the risk of epidemics since the deluge hit parts of the continent in July.
Students carry their belongings as they wade through flood waters yesterday in Lira, Uganda
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