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There are many ways to kill a river. With Southeast Asia's storied Mekong, China's upriver damming is taking a heavy toll, but downstream neighbors share the blame. The No. 1 threat: sand mining.

Sand Mining In Cambodia And Dams Upstream Threaten Mekong River

By Michael Sullivan NPR
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