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Hundreds of Wells Alleviate Water Shortages in Venezuelan Capital

Via InterPress Service, a reportĀ on how Venezuelans are trying to navigate their water scarcity challenges: Thousands of families in the Venezuelan capital have dipped into their savings or gone into debt, in the midst of the worst economic crisis in this country since the 19th century, so that their building has access to a well […]

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