Water in the Middle East, ORSAM Water Research Programme

December 27, 2010 at 12:16 pm | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment
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Water in the Middle East of December 20-26, 2010

 Iranian Factory Seeking to Win License to Chlorine Factory  Project in Wasit

New Study Predicts Tensions Over Middle East Water Shortage

 ‘Iraq Benefits from Ties with Turkey’

Minister: Egypt Will not Supply Water to Israel

 World Bank Approves Greater Beirut Water Supply Project

HRW Critique That Doesn’t Hold Water

 Cabinet Approves Regulations of Water Law

Syria Launches Its First ‘Water-Scarcity Park’

World’s Thirstiest Country Yemen May Be First To Run Out Of Water

Turkish PM Hails Growing Syria Links

 Iraq Rice Yield up as Water,  Power Supplies Grow

 Abu Dhabi Sees Regional Threats to Water Supply

 Sharing of Nile Water Should not be Politicised

 2011 World Water Week Calls for Seminar Proposals

 Outcomes of the 2010 World Water

 To read ORSAM’s report please click on the link below: http://www.orsam.org.tr/en/enUploads/MiddleEastBulletin/2010128_orsamwater.no.1.eng.pdf

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