900 ships stranded amid drought in’s China

Xinhua: Nine hundred ships jammed before a navigation lock of a reservoir in south China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region amid falling water level caused by severe drought, local authorities said Saturday. The waterway traffic jam started on Tuesday and the number of stranded ships had been increasing on Wuzhou City section of Xijiang River, said an official with the city's maritime affairs department. The rapid drop of the reservoir's water volume due to the drought and the ......

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