Report: Iran faces devastating water shortage

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April 23, 2018 14:40
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This coming summer, 35 million Iranians, nearly half the country's population of 80 million, will face an acute water crisis, according to a report released today in the country's Donya-e Eqtesad economic newspaper.

A dramatic rise in population, global warming, and an ongoing 14 year drought have led to the current crisis, the newspaper reports.

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