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World Wildlife Fund issues report


Dams, pollution and poor management are responsible for drying 10 of the world's major rivers, says a new World Wildlife Fund report.

The worst affected major rivers are Danube, South America's La Plata and Rio Grande/Rio Bravo, the Nile-Lake Victoria system, Australia's Murray-Darling, and Asia's Yangtze, Mekong, Salween, Ganges and Indus.

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