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October 18, 2021
Emergency Papua New Guinea

Markham River’s Rising Water Level Poses Threat to Villagers

There’s a possibility, Nasuapum Village in Morobe will be washed away by the rising water level of the Markham River.

A large portion of land including several houses and food gardens has been swept by the water, posing threats to villagers.

And they are calling on authorities to address this problem before the catastrophe strikes.

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