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Bangladesh school stays afloat as waters rise

Low-lying nation has lost one-third of its territory to sea waters rising due to climate change.
Last Modified: 27 Dec 2012 21:04

Despite the extreme weather experienced all over the world, politicians have struggled to agree on a deal to curb the effects of global warming.

Bangladesh is one country feeling the effects of climate change.

One village in the country has resorted to extreme measures to deal with rising sea levels.

Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Natore, Bangladesh.

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