Colombia landslides: Survivors left with nothing

Survivors of Colombia's mudslides are returning to their neighbourhoods to recover what's left. Despite government promises to help people rebuild, those left with nothing are worried it won't happen at all.

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    Survivors of Colombia's mudslides are returning to their neighbourhoods to recover what's left.

    At least 270 people died when mud, rocks and water swept away their homes on Saturday.

    Despite government promises to help people rebuild, those left with nothing are worried it won't happen at all.

     

    Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from Mocoa.


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