Bangladesh's Water Supply Contaminated with Arsenic

NPR's Michael Sullivan reports from Baitale, Bangladesh, where arsenic in the groundwater is threatening the lives of millions. It's the latest crisis to hit the country after one of the worst floods in a century and, most recently, a killer cyclone.



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