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  • Jordan struggles with solutions to its water woes - 05/28/2011

    A freshly dug trench of concrete pipes snakes along the barren, dusty stretch of highway that runs from Jordan’s southwestern port city of Aqaba to its capital in Amman. Though it currently serves as little more than an expensive eyesore in an otherwise tranquil desert landscape, it will eventually act as a conduit for the country’s most scarce and essential resource -€“ potable water.

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