July 3, 2014

Water Wars in the Land of Two Rivers

Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy

The Associated Press

Insurgents may threaten Iraq's dams as much as its oil -- with potentially dire consequences.

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TAGGED: ISIS, Middle East, Iraq

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