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Laos tragedy may halt further hydropower plans

THE government of Laos has announced it will suspend new hydropower projects and examine hydropower projects after a dam burst its banks in Attapeu province two weeks ago in the country’s south, killing an official total of 31 and leaving at least 130 more missing

  • Helen Clark
  • 08 August 2018
  • 15:07
  • News
Laos tragedy may halt further hydropower plans A public appeal has been launched by the Red Cross. Image obtained Red Cross media.

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