EVEN AS Kenya announced the World Bank would contribute US $29 million of the $85 million needed for the country's drought recovery programme, more than 60 people died when flash floods in the river Ngai Ndethya ("God save me" in Swahili) d-estroyed a bridge, which caused a train to tumble into it. And, despite a dry spell that has lasted three years in some parts of Kenya, floods have, forced the temporary closure of Amboseli, the country's most visited national park.
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