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‘We are in extreme crisis.’ Italian parmesan producers fear for future amid drought
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‘We are in extreme crisis.’ Italian parmesan producers fear for future amid drought

On the River Po, Italy (CNN) – The main artery that cuts through Italy’s heartland, where 30% of its food…
Iran: Protests on water shortages turn violent as police arrest 67
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Iran: Protests on water shortages turn violent as police arrest 67

Protests in the Iranian city of Isfahan over the drying up of a river turned violent, as riot police arrested…
Thousands rally in central Iran to protest water shortages
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Thousands rally in central Iran to protest water shortages

DUBAI, Nov 19 (Reuters) – Thousands of farmers and their supporters gathered in the central Iranian city of Isfahan on…
Blaming climate change, Turkish farmers count the cost of drought
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Blaming climate change, Turkish farmers count the cost of drought

DIYARBAKIR, Turkey, Oct 31 (Reuters) – Rain fell on Bicar Icli’s fields in southeastern Turkey for the first time in…
In California, some buy machines that make water out of air
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In California, some buy machines that make water out of air

BENICIA, Calif. (AP) — The machine Ted Bowman helped design can make water out of the air, and in parched…
As its rivers shrink, Iraq thirsts for regional cooperation
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As its rivers shrink, Iraq thirsts for regional cooperation

HALABJA, Iraq, Sept 6 (Reuters) – “Where we are standing right now, there should be a river,” says Nabil Musa,…
Dry California tourist town to guests: ‘Please conserve’
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Dry California tourist town to guests: ‘Please conserve’

MENDOCINO, Calif. (AP) — Tourists flock by the thousands to the coastal town of Mendocino for its Victorian homes and…
Warming rivers in US West killing fish, imperiling industry
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Warming rivers in US West killing fish, imperiling industry

Hundreds of thousands of young salmon are dying in Northern California’s Klamath River as low water levels brought about by…
Over 71% of Lebanon’s population risks losing access to safe water – UNICEF
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Over 71% of Lebanon’s population risks losing access to safe water – UNICEF

BEIRUT, July 23 (Reuters) – The United Nations warned on Friday that more than four million people in Lebanon, including…
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