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5 March 2021

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- Phongsaly residents wage war on locust invasion
Authorities and local people in Phongsaly province are attempting to prevent a locust invasion by searching for and removing their eggs in a bid to forestall the spread of the crop pests. Locust eggs have already been found in 181 places in 115 villages. ....More >>>

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