SHYAMNAGAR, Bangladesh (AP) – With each tide, Abdus Satter watches the sea further erode his life.
Its village of Bonnotola in southwest Bangladesh, with its muddy roads and tin-roofed houses, was once home to more than 2,000 people. Most were farmers like Satter, 58. Then the rising seas poisoned the ground with salt water. Two cyclones in the past two years have destroyed the mud embankments that protected the village from tidal waves.
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