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How Kenya's Lake Turkana is shrinking

By Benedict Moran

In the north-east of Kenya, one of Africa's biggest lakes is shrinking. Lake Turkana is being described as the "Aral Sea of east Africa" after the inland a sea in central Asian that has almost completely disappeared. As Lake Turkana shrinks, the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of Kenyans are at risk. Benedict Moran reports.

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