Groundwater disappearing in China

Irrigation of fields amid drought means resource is becoming increasingly rare.

    A severe drought in China has forced the government to look for alternative ways to find water.

    Workers have been digging deep underground in search of the much needed resource, but, as Al Jazeera's Melissa Chan finds out, this may have created an even bigger problem.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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