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DROUGHT-MEKONG/
RTX2AA1H
April 17, 2016
A shrimp farm affected by drought is seen in Bac Lieu province, in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam March 30,...
Bac Lieu, Vietnam
A shrimp farm affected by drought is seen in Bac Lieu province, in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam
A shrimp farm affected by drought is seen in Bac Lieu province, in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam March 30, 2016. Picture taken on March 30, 2016. REUTERS/Kham TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND
RTR1GEXP
August 16, 2006
A 30 kg (66 lbs) Mekong giant catfish is held down by Thai fishery department officials as they harvest...
Bangkok, Thailand
A Mekong giant catfish is held down by Thai fishery department officials as they harvest its eggs during...
A 30 kg (66 lbs) Mekong giant catfish is held down by Thai fishery department officials as they harvest its eggs during a captive breeding programme at the Inland Aquaculture Research Institute in the Bangsai district of Ayutthaya, 80 km (50 miles) outside Bangkok, August 16, 2006. This catfish specie is one of the world's largest freshwater fish -- growing up to 3 metres and 300 kg (660 lbs) -- and is considered critically endangered. It is native to the Mekong region and a range of conservation initiatives for the giant fish is being carried out by the fishery departments of Thailand, Cambodia and Laos. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang ( THAILAND )
WEATHER VIETNAM FLOODS
RTR8L1B
September 22, 2000
Vietnamese soldiers help to build temporary dykes to protect Hong Ngu town of Dong Thap province from...
Dong Thap, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIETNAMESE SOLDIERS HELP TO BUILD TEMPORARY DYKES TO PROTECT TOWN IN DONG THAP.
Vietnamese soldiers help to build temporary dykes to protect Hong Ngu town of Dong Thap province from floodwaters, September 22, 2000. The death toll from the worst floods to hit Vietnam's Mekong Delta for decades rose to 94 on September 24, 2000, but water levels were expected to peak and then start to recede in the next few days.

HL
WEATHER VIETNAM FLOODS
RTR8K3M
September 22, 2000
Vietnamese soldiers build temporary dykes to protect Hong Ngu town of Dong Thap province from floodwaters,...
Dong Thap, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIETNAMESE SOLDIERS BUILD TEMPORARY DYKES TO PROTECT TOWN IN DONG THAP.
Vietnamese soldiers build temporary dykes to protect Hong Ngu town of Dong Thap province from floodwaters, September 22, 2000. Water levels in Vietnam's Mekong Delta appeared to be stabilising on Friday but the toll in the region's worst floods in decades rose to at least 66, mostly children.

HL
WEATHER VIETNAM FLOODS
RTR8E6F
September 19, 2000
A Vietnamese butcher waves to customers wading through a flooded market in the Mekong Delta district...
Tan Thanh, Viet Nam
VIETNAMESE MARKET IN FLOODED MEKONG DELTA DISTRICT OF TAN THANH.
A Vietnamese butcher waves to customers wading through a flooded market in the Mekong Delta district of Tan Thanh, in Long An province, September 19, 2000. Water levels in the delta are still rising and further casualties are likely from the region's worst floods in decades, which have claimed more than 30 lives in Vietnam so far this month.

NHM/JD/CRB
WEATHER VIETNAM FLOODS
RTR8BK0
September 17, 2000
A Vietnamese woman ferries her son by bicycle through rising waters in the Mekong Delta district of Cho...
Cho Moi, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIETNAMESE WOMAN FERRIES HER CHILD BY BIKE THROUGH FLOODED CHO MOI DISTRICT.
A Vietnamese woman ferries her son by bicycle through rising waters in the Mekong Delta district of Cho Moi, in An Giang province, September 17, 2000. Waters from the Mekong River have turned half the land of the rice-farming provinces into desolate inland seas in the worst floods to hit Vietnam's breadbasket region in decades.

HBM/JD
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