Kurdish farmers say Iran reduced water supply over secession vote

While Iraq has taken measures against its semi-autonomous Kurdish region for last month's secession vote, Kurdish farmers say they're also being punished by neighbouring Iran.

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    While Iraq has taken measures against its semi-autonomous Kurdish region for last month's secession vote, Kurdish farmers say they're also being punished by neighbouring Iran.

    They say Tehran has restricted the flow of water to border towns.

    Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Qaladze, near the Iraq-Iran border.


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