Video: Iran accused of water theft

Iraq accuses neighbour of diverting waters and polluting supply.

    Iran is being accused by Iraq of stealing its water.

    Baghdad says that Tehran is diverting rivers that connect to the Shat-el-Arab waterway, which flows into the Gulf.

    Tehran denies the claims, which include allegations that they have indirectly polluted Iraq's water supply.

    Omar Al-Saleh reports on why Iraq's minister of water resources is pursuing the argument.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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