Kazakhstan urges China to scrap a plan that could put its water supply at a dangerous level. by Didar Amantay ALMATY, Kazakhstan–Grave concerns that a planned Chinese canal on the Irtysh river would divert part of the water supply for four million Kazakh citizens–as well as for major industrial and agricultural activities–have led the Kazakh […]

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