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Flooding in Kenya kills at least a dozen, displaces 15,000

  • Flooding in Kenya has led to at least 13 deaths and displaced around 15,000 people, with more rain expected until June.
  • 20,000 people, including 15,000 displaced, are being assisted by the Kenya Red Cross Society due to heavy rains and flash floods.
  • The rainy season is forecasted to peak by the end of April and subside in June, according to the meteorology department.
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