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3 Million in Northern Syria Face Water Shortages After Decade of War

HeadlineOct 04, 2021

Doctors Without Borders warns over 3 million people in northern Syria are facing shortages of water as crucial sanitation infrastructure has been destroyed after a decade of war. The humanitarian group says that even when water is accessible, it is at times contaminated and unsafe to drink, making Syrians vulnerable to contracting waterborne diseases and other health issues, including hepatitis.

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