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Life in L'Aquila's tented camps

One survivor of Monday's earthquake in central Italy describes what life is like in the tented camps.

The BBC's Luisa Baldini talks to Fabrizio Pambianchi who is among the 28,000 people left homeless by the quake.

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has said he would offer the earthquake victims a place to stay in some of his homes.

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