Lebanon hit by major water crisis

While many parts of the Middle East suffer from low water supplies, Lebanon has long had enough to go around. But the country is facing a water crisis because of poor rainfall, droughts and government mismanagement.

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    While many parts of the Middle East suffer from low water supplies, Lebanon has long had enough to go around.

    But the country is facing a water crisis because of poor rainfall, droughts and government mismanagement.

    Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from Lebanon’s capital, Beirut.


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