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[wanabidii] Mali gears up for its highest level of flooding in the Inner Niger Delta in 50 years (M&G Africa)
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Mali gears up for its highest level of flooding in the Inner Niger Delta in 50 years
Measures are being taken to prepare the 1.5 million people who live in the delta for peak flooding in November and December.
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