Qatar mega-water project set for world's largest water reservoirs

Five mega-reservoirs - among the largest in the world - are being built in Qatar at a cost of nearly $5bn.

    Five mega-reservoirs - among the largest in the world - are being built in Qatar at a cost of nearly $5bn.

    They will each have a capacity of nearly 400 million litres of water, effectively tripling Qatar's supply - a resource seen as vital for the nation's growing population.

    Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon-Manley reports from Doha.


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