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Taiwan's worst drought in 67 years

Taiwan is facing its worst drought in 67 years, with the island reservoirs at dangerously low levels.

The government has responded by cutting the water supply two days a week in some areas, and forcing factories to reduce consumption.

The last time that happened was in 2002.

As well, officials are warning power could also be rationed, with reserve supplies at their lowest level for 10 years.

The BBC's Cindy Sui reports.

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