Canadian geophysicists hunt for fresh water in Rohingya camp as reservoirs dwindle

CTV News
November 09, 2017
By CTV News
Rakhine State, Myanmar – In one of the world’s largest refugee camps, a team of Canadian geophysicists is scanning the ground in hopes of finding a reliable source of clean drinking water for hundreds of thousands of displaced Rohingya refugees before the dwindling reservoir runs dry. CTV News reports. | READ MORE

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