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In this picture .. this spark that preceded the demonstrations in Basra today

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In this picture .. this spark that preceded the demonstrations in Basra today

Post by RamblerNash on Sun Jul 08, 2018 12:53 pm

In this picture .. this spark that preceded the demonstrations in Basra today

08-07-2018 06:29 PM

The Euphrates -

A citizen of Basra was forced to lift a cardboard sign in front of the local government building, with a simple phrase that represented his claim, "I have the right to drink good water like human beings." After Basra swept through a saline wave, it turned its water into "unfit for human consumption."

As the temperature in Basra exceeds 50 percent, the need for more water is increasing in exchange for statements by local officials and others in Baghdad that indicate an increasing salinity, which has made the citizen raise this sign to express his demand.

The Ministry of Water Resources on July 2 that the salinity of the Shatt al-Arab has reached high rates can not continue the usual use of water in the province of Basra.


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