At least 6,000 people are homeless following the hydropower dam's collapse Tuesday in Attapeu province.
The floodwaters swept away power lines, homes and buildings, including a primary school.
The South African city plans to shut off its water on April 12, unless dam water levels go up.
70,000 people are at risk.
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Until now, scientific evidence had suggested that dams in tropical areas emit greenhouse gases. The WSU study, however, concluded
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Just ten years ago, scores of fishing boats would gather at the town's pier at dawn, ready to head out for the day's catch
New legislation could help minimize the risk, but it's not enough.
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