L'Aquila marks year of frustration

Many residents say rebuilding efforts too slow one year on from devastating earthquake.

    It is one year since an earthquake struck the Italian town of L'Aquila and residents say rebuilding efforts are moving too slowly.

    Some parts of the old city are still closed off and many people are still living in temporary accommodation. 

    Claudio Lavanga reports from L'Aquila.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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