HotSpots H2O, September 17: Tribal Clashes Leave Several Dead In Kenya as Resources, Aid Dry Up

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The Rundown Water shortages are stirring unrest across Kenya.…

HotSpots H2O, September 10: Deadly Protests in Iraq’s Oil Hub Driven by Polluted Water, Government Neglect

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The Rundown Protests over power outages, chronic unemployment,…

HotSpots H2O, August 27: Gaza Fuel Shortage Could Shut Down Hospitals, Water, and Sanitation Facilities

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The Rundown Fuel, medicine, and other essentials are running…

HotSpots H2O, August 20: Taliban Attack on Ghazni, Afghanistan, Cuts Off Water, Power

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The Rundown On August 10, Taliban fighters attacked the Afghan…

HotSpots H2O, August 13: Intercommunal Violence Escalates in Ethiopia, Displacing One Million People

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The Rundown Since April, intercommunal violence -- which includes…

HotSpots H2O, August 6: Poorly-Defined Water Rights Spark Disputes Over Brazil’s Rivers

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A lack of clarity over who holds the rights to Brazil’s rivers is fueling disputes between industrial leaders, indigenous groups, and the government.

HotSpots H2O, July 23: Chaos Engulfs Venezuela as Mismanagement and Drought Cut Water Access

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Mismanagement and decaying infrastructure force most citizens in the capital, Caracas, to rely on trucked-in water or communal pumps.

HotSpots H2O, July 16: War, Drought, and Upstream Dams Hinder Water Access in Iraq

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In Iraq, water availability has been both a casualty and a catalyst of conflict.

HotSpots H2O, July 9: Protests in Iran Turn Violent as Discontent Over Water Scarcity Grows

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Water-related protests in Iran turned violent last week, leaving eleven people injured in the city of Abadan.

HotSpots H2O, July 2: Tensions Simmer Across India as Water Supply Falters

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The Rundown Hot temperatures and dwindling water supplies sparked…

HotSpots H2O, June 25: Boko Haram Impedes Water Access In Northeast Nigeria As Lake Chad Shrinks

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The Rundown Boko Haram militants have terrorized northeast Nigeria…