Hell and high water
16 November 2012
As Thailand’s heaviest floods in decades headed south, a strategy evolved to dam Bangkok and protect it at all costs, even if it meant more damage to outlying regions. But the water keeps coming. Now the city must swallow its share. Pictures by Joe Torres.
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