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Tanzania to Build 2,100 Megawatt Hydroelectric Plant in UNESCO Protected Reserve

Despite massive criticism, the government of Tanzania Tuesday said it will go ahead with its plans to build the long-delayed 2,100 megawatt hydroelectric plant in a World Heritage site.

Tanzania to Build 2,100 Megawatt Hydroelectric Plant in UNESCO Protected Reserve
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