Evacuation centres in southern Laos, which has been deluged by the collapse of a dam this week, are straining to cope with an increasing number of displaced villagers.
As search and rescue efforts in Attapeu province continue, international teams are working with Laotian soldiers and locals to relocate thousands of villagers still trapped in villages decimated by 5 billion cubic metres of water unleashed by the collapse of part of the Xe Pian-Xe Namnoy dam on Monday.
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