Another Middle East “Hot Spot:” Iraq in Water Talks with Turkey & Syria

As noted by Terra Daily, Iraq – in the grip of a severe drought and needs more water for agriculture and drinking, opened talks with Turkey and Syria in a bid to increase the flow of Euphrates & Tigris rivers and end severe water shortages.  Just another example of water stress in the Middle East. 

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