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Wild life

How two children vanished for a week en route from Africa to London

4 July 2020

9:00 AM

4 July 2020

9:00 AM

As we all know by now, the pandemic distorts time like a concertina. Life before March is a world that seems too distant, an image viewed down a telescope held the wrong way — yet there are moments when the months retract into almost hours. We are still castaways in London, still waiting for the airspace to open so that we can fly home to Kenya.

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