Tin rush takes its toll on Indonesia's Bangka Island
Paradisiacal Bangka is being destroyed by a tin rush driven by the global demand for smartphones and tablets. Every year some 110,000 tons of tin are extracted in Indonesia. Environmentalists warn of the consequences.
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