A woman stands at her collapsed house damaged by landslide along Mekong river in Can Tho city, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters

How the sinking sands along the Mekong River are leaving Vietnamese residents homeless

  • Damming and extensive sand mining of the riverbed are causing currents to strengthen and the land in Vietnam’s delta region to sink
  • With the Mekong running through six different countries, there is very little cooperation between government to resolve the worsening crisis
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A woman stands at her collapsed house damaged by landslide along Mekong river in Can Tho city, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
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