Iraq's Faw Peninsula faces environmental catastrophe

Effects of decades of war and negligence can be reversed if something is done soon, according to environmentalists, but time is running out.

    Environmentalists say Iraq's once fertile Faw Peninsula is facing catastrophe.

    The region has seen a major collapse in its fishing and farming industries due to drought and decades of wars.

    Al Jazeera's Imran Khan reports from Baghdad.


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