Dumping of Untreated Acid in Chinese Canal Highlights Nation’s Water Pollution Woes
Sidney Leng, SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST
A Jiangsu chemical plant has been fined 20 million yuan for dumping almost 2,700 tonnes of liquid acid waste into the Grand Canal, causing environmental damage “beyond measure,” according to a local court verdict that was published recently. The verdict provides a rare detailed look at how waters in China have become some of the most polluted and poisoned in the world in recent decades.
Marine Le Pen Insists Russian Annexation of Crimea Is Totally Legitimate
Tom Batchelor, INDEPENDENT
Marine Le Pen has given her backing to …read more
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