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'I haven’t seen the Mekong change so fast before': When the river becomes unpredictable | Video

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People living along the Mekong have always been in its grip. But in addition to climate change, residents of Nakhon Phanom, Thailand, have become hostage to unsettling shifts in the river, blamed on the operations of large hydropower dams further upriver in China and Laos.
People living along the Mekong have always been in its grip. But in addition to climate change, residents of Nakhon Phanom, Thailand, have become hostage to unsettling shifts in the river, blamed on the operations of large hydropower dams further upriver in China and Laos.

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