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1050 families in Diyala at risk of displacement due to water crisis

2018/05/23 | 14:20

(Iraq Now News)- Diyala province’s local council announced on Wednesday that 1050 families in the province are facing the risk of displacement due to the water crisis.

The head of the council, Mohamed Dufyan al-Obeidi told The Baghdad Post that power outage witnessed in al-Azim district in northern of Diyala led to the malfunction of the water pumps and stations, adding that this created a severe water crisis in the district.

Obaidi stressed on the need to intervene urgently in order to save the al-Azim district’s residents, who are living now without water and electricity.

Last Modified: 05 23 2018 11:59 AM

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