More displacement in East Africa as Lake Victoria swells

Record floods have devastated East Africa this rainy season with almost half a million people displaced.
Lake Victoria is Africa’s largest lake and connects Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda.
It is at its highest recorded level.

Al Jazeera’s Malcolm Webb reports on what that means for the communities living around the lake.

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