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  • 13 Dec 2017- 08:10 by OOSKAnews Correspondent EDINBURGH, Scotland The Government of Scotland is to sign an MoU with partners in India underpinning Scotland’s commitment to collaborate with India on certain water challenges, particularly related to the Ganga River. Scotland’s Deputy First Minister
  • 13 Dec 2017- 08:02 by Local Press Report FRANKFURT Andina News Agency Germany's State-run Development Bank (KfW) and the Development Bank of Latin America (CAF) have signed an agreement whereby KfW will grant two green credit lines to finance CAF water and sanitation projects in Peru and other
  • 13 Dec 2017- 08:02 by Local Press Report BEIJING PV Magazine International The largest floating solar plant in the world has begun feeding power into the grid in China, confirmed the installation’s developer and owner, Three Gorges New Energy Co., on Monday. Three Gorges New Energy, which is a unit
  • 13 Dec 2017- 08:02 by Local Press Report LUSAKA Africa News The World Health Organization says the Cholera outbreak that has killed 15 people and made 547 sick in Lusaka is expected to grow further as the rainy season starts.. Climate Disasters Health Sanitation, Hygiene & Disease Social Issues
  • 13 Dec 2017- 08:02 by Local Press Report MUSCAT Arabian Business A consortium led by Saudi-based ACWA Power has been awarded the Salalah Independent Water Project by the Oman Power and Water Procurement Company. The plant will be located in Salalah and will have a capacity to generate 25 million
  • 13 Dec 2017- 08:02 by Local Press Report TEL AVIV The Times of Israel The Sea of Galilee’s ever-dropping water level is causing rising salinity in the reservoir and harming the quality of the water. Israel’s Water Authority is hard at work on projects to pump out salt water from the lake, in order
  • 7 Dec 2017- 08:36 by Local Press Report SYDNEY NSW The Sydney Morning Herald The future of a controversial Queensland mega-mine has suffered another setback with project funding from China looking increasingly unlikely. The Greens have heralded the end of the project after a second Chinese bank
  • 7 Dec 2017- 08:36 by Local Press Report BEIJING Phys.org A team of researchers from several institutions in China has uncovered one of the largest water management projects in the ancient world in what is now a part of the eastern coast of modern China. In their paper, the group describes their
  • 7 Dec 2017- 08:36 by Local Press Report HARARE The Herald Harare City Council has urged residents to avoid drinking borehole water as it may be contaminated. This came out at last week’s full council meeting. Councillors are however, split with some complaining that borehole water is dirty, while
  • 7 Dec 2017- 08:36 by Local Press Report CHENNAI The Times of India Union water resources minister Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday said river connectivity programme can help reduce water crisis in states like Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Telangana and Maharashtra. Gadkari stressed the need for river connectivity
  • 7 Dec 2017- 08:36 by Local Press Report ERBIL Rudy Iraq is facing a “dangerous” water shortage, especially in areas depending on the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, confirmed Iraq’s Water Resources Ministry. Expectations are that farmers will face a tough season next summer. Locals have warned of a
  • 7 Dec 2017- 08:36 by Local Press Report WASHINGTON DC The New York Times President Trump pressed Saudi Arabia on Wednesday to fully end its blockade of food, water, medicine and fuel into Yemen, a rare humanitarian rebuke to the Middle East ally that he has firmly embraced since taking office.
  • 4 Dec 2017- 11:36 by Local Press Report TRIPOLI Libya Herald It is reported that water is slowly returning to Tripoli after the Man-Made River authority said that valves on the system had been reopened and the Hasawanah reservoir was refilling. The valves were earlier closed for the second time in
  • 4 Dec 2017- 11:36 by Local Press Report GENEVA World Health Organization The partial lifting of the blockade of Yemen’s Red Sea ports by the Saudi-led coalition in recent days is allowing humanitarian organizations to resume the provision of life-saving assistance to people in desperate need. Given
  • 4 Dec 2017- 11:36 by Local Press Report CAPE TOWN Times Live Desalinated sea water poses a probable health risk to Capetonians, say scientists from the Western Cape's top universities. The city's three marine sewage outfalls, which send more than 36 million litres of effluent a day into

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