Work starts on Tibet railway extension

Lhasa station.

CHINA: Construction of a 253 km railway from Tibet's capital Lhasa to its second-largest city Xigaze formally began on September 26, when officials laid a ceremonial foundation stone and watched cultural performances. Construction is expected to take four years at a cost of 13·3bn yuan.

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