Peru's flood victims seek aid

Peru's government is airlifting food, water and clothes to flood victims around the country. Months of rain have killed dozens of people and forced more than half a million more from their homes.

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    Peru's government is airlifting food, water and clothes to flood victims around the country.

    Months of rain have killed dozens of people and forced more than half a million more from their homes.

    But aid is scarce in the highlands, where small communities are still cut off.

    Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from Magdalena, Peru.


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