Sri Lanka struggles to deliver aid to stranded flood victims

Volunteers with boats are providing a lifeline for Sri Lankans stranded and cut off by the country's record floods.

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    Volunteers with boats are providing a lifeline for Sri Lankans stranded and cut off by the country's record floods.

    Food, rations and medicine are being transported by flotilla as the water slowly recedes. But many communities have had little or no help for almost a week.

     

    Al Jazeera's Minelle Fernandez reports from Matara in southern Sri Lanka.


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