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Tanzanian Authorities Arrest Chinese Farmer For Illegally Pumping Millions of Liters of Water From Local Rivers

TWEET TRANSLATION: The Wami / Ruvu Basin Water Board (in Tanzania) has arrested a Chinese farmer for irrigating agriculture in Kidogozelo Village, Migudeni Sub-district, Chalinze District, by taking water from the Ruvu River using a machine that is capable of pumping one million liters per hour.


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