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China's controversial 185m high Three Gorges dam may turn the Yangtze River upstream into a 650km long polluted sewer. Evidence suggests that more than 1bn t a year of waste water will be spewed out from the city of Chongquing sited upstream.

An exhibition displaying 54 architectural ideas for the rebuilding of Ground Zero opened in New York last week.

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