The waters that give life - and take it away
15 October 2013
Low lying Bangladesh is crisscrossed by more than 300 rivers. These waterways provide transport, sustenance and livelihoods for millions, but constant floods and erosion also turn them into a deadly foe.
Photos by Stephan Uttom.
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