Kenya's displaced flood victims in limbo

Thousands of flood victims found food and shelter in schools, but their stay is over, it is time for them to move again.

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    Thousands of Kenyans displaced by floods are being removed from the only solid shelters they could find - schools.

    The government says children should return to classrooms on Monday.

    The displaced will move to a place known as the chief's camp, but there is little in the way of comfort there.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Simmons reports Kenya.


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