December 1, 2010

What Happens When Yemen Runs Out of Water?

Halima Gellman, Christian Science Monitor

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The real challenge is how to head off a water crisis that threatens to bring more instability and violence.

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TAGGED: WikiLeaks, water, Anwar al-Awlaki, Yemen

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