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Kenya 'in the grips of drought'

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Much of Kenya is in the grip of the worst drought in a decade. According to the UN, which has appealed for more than £140 million to provide emergency food aid, nearly four million people need help. So far, human casualties are thought to be low but malnutrition rates are climbing and many thousands of animals have died. Correspondent Mike Thomson reports from a parched area near the town of Garissa in north east Kenya.

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