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CLIMATE-UN/MIDEAST-WATER
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October 11, 2022 
The remains of a house are seen in the village of Al-Bouzayyat which sits on the bank of a former canal... 
Diwaniya, Iraq 
The Wider Image: Middle East's Fertile Crescent dries up as rains fail 
The remains of a house are seen in the village of Al-Bouzayyat which sits on the bank of a former canal which has dried up, in Diwaniya, Iraq, October 11, 2022. In the the village of Al-Bouzayyat many have left for cities or other provinces in search of jobs. "The village is empty," said Hedyya Ouda, one of the few remaining residents when Reuters visited her in October. Ouda and her husband stopped growing wheat and barley three years ago because of water shortages, sold their livestock and were forced to travel about 60 km (40 miles) twice a month to buy drinking water. When Reuters returned to their village in November, both had left for the city. REUTERS/Alaa Al-Marjani SEARCH "CLIMATE MIDEAST WATER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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