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Other images featured in the series include scenes of an Oman oil rig network, and the Haditha Dam lake in Iraq. Supporting worldwide water purification efforts is one of the ways research on the ISS can benefit life on Earth, NASA said. Oman oil rig network as seen from space Photo: A colour-enhanced ...
President Obama on Wednesday made a forceful case for congressional approval of his nuclear deal with Iran, arguing a vote on the agreement is the most consequential foreign policy decision for lawmakers since the Iraq war. Obama, who ran for president in 2008 opposing the unpopular war, used a ...

Inland lake in Iraq, from 1989 to 2006. With nearly 140 paired satellite images showing change over time in each of the Arab countries, the Atlas provides visual evidence of sometimes drastic change occurring in the region over a relatively short span of years. Landscape changes that are noteworthy and ...
More than 330 million people in sub-Saharan Africa, or around 40 percent of the population, do not have access to clean drinking water. (AFP). AFP, M'hamid-Morocco Tuesday, 2 April 2013. Text size A A A. Omar Razzouki gazes intently at the wooden box, marveling at what might be the solution to the ...
One of the most well-known lakes in Iraq, Lake Sawa, is a large closed body of salt water situated in the desert between Baghdad and Basra. The lake is dubbed by some as "the Pearl of the South" for its beauty and unique composition. It is surrounded by a cliff of piled sand dunes, providing a natural levee ...
In Iraqi Kurdistan, Lake Dukan, about 60km west of Sulaymaniyah is suspected to be the cause of the spread of cholera. Lake Dukan is one of the biggest lakes in Iraq and its reservoirs provide drinking water for more than 1.5 million people in surrounding areas. Some water purification plants in Kirkuk also ...
From a blood-red lake in Iraq to a ghostly face in giant rock formations in Canada. A Stratocam web project showcases stunning satellite photos from around the globe, capturing the weirdest and most wonderful of our planet. The brainchild of former Google and Dreamworks employee Paul Rademacher, ...
Lake Razaza (also spelled Razzaza), the second largest freshwater lake in Iraq and once an important source of fish as well as a cherished public amenity, is now depleted with high salinity levels, officials said on 3 March. "Due to the lack of water in Lake Razaza, salt levels have risen and that has led to ...
Other images featured in the series include scenes of an Oman oil rig network, and the Haditha Dam lake in Iraq. Supporting worldwide water ...
Office tower lights promote the NFL draft in Chicago in May 2015. An economic impact study says the draft added nearly $44 million in direct ...
President Obama on Wednesday made a forceful case for congressional approval of his nuclear deal with Iran, arguing a vote on the ...
Inland lake in Iraq, from 1989 to 2006. With nearly 140 paired satellite images showing change over time in each of the Arab countries, the Atlas provides visual evidence of sometimes drastic change occurring in the region over a relatively short span of years. Landscape changes that are noteworthy and ...
More than 330 million people in sub-Saharan Africa, or around 40 percent of the population, do not have access to clean drinking water. (AFP). AFP, M'hamid-Morocco Tuesday, 2 April 2013. Text size A A A. Omar Razzouki gazes intently at the wooden box, marveling at what might be the solution to the ...
One of the most well-known lakes in Iraq, Lake Sawa, is a large closed body of salt water situated in the desert between Baghdad and Basra.
Lake Dukan is one of the biggest lakes in Iraq and its reservoirs provide drinking water for more than 1.5 million people in surrounding areas.
From a blood-red lake in Iraq to a ghostly face in giant rock formations in Canada. A Stratocam web project showcases stunning satellite photos ...

Like the Dead Sea, Lake Orumiyeh has shrunk to half its former glory. And the creatures that used to call it home have sought solace elsewhere ...
Iraq's Lake Hamrin in the northeastern province of Diyala has shrunk to nearly half its size and could dry up in a month or two, ruining the ...
Lake Razaza (also spelled Razzaza), the second largest freshwater lake in Iraq and once an important source of fish as well as a cherished ...
Other images featured in the series include scenes of an Oman oil rig network, and the Haditha Dam lake in Iraq. Supporting worldwide water ...
Office tower lights promote the NFL draft in Chicago in May 2015. An economic impact study says the draft added nearly $44 million in direct ...
President Obama on Wednesday made a forceful case for congressional approval of his nuclear deal with Iran, arguing a vote on the ...
tags: ["Abu Dhabi","Arabia gulf","coastal development","Egypt","Kuwait","Morocco","United Arab Emirates","water"], authors: ["Maurice Picow"], ...
One of the most well-known lakes in Iraq, Lake Sawa, is a large closed body of salt water situated in the desert between Baghdad and Basra.
Lake Dukan is one of the biggest lakes in Iraq and its reservoirs provide drinking water for more than 1.5 million people in surrounding areas.
From a blood-red lake in Iraq to a ghostly face in giant rock formations in Canada. A Stratocam web project showcases stunning satellite photos ...
Like the Dead Sea, Lake Orumiyeh has shrunk to half its former glory. And the creatures that used to call it home have sought solace elsewhere ...
Lake Razaza (also spelled Razzaza), the second largest freshwater lake in Iraq and once an important source of fish as well as a cherished ...


 

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