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Months of flooding and violence force South Sudanese from their homes
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Months of flooding and violence force South Sudanese from their homes

Nearly a half million people have been displaced due to abnormally heavy rainfall and flooding in South Sudan this year.

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Mountain regions, 'taking the heat,' face growing hazards as ice melts, UN climate panel warns
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Mountain regions, 'taking the heat,' face growing hazards as ice melts, UN climate panel warns

The IPCC special report describes mounting disaster risks that connect mountains and polar regions to oceans.

In Australia, echoes of past, glimpses of future as country braces for hot, dry summer
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In Australia, echoes of past, glimpses of future as country braces for hot, dry summer

A record-breaking drought is pushing rural communities in New South Wales and Queensland to the breaking point.

Groundwater plummets in Delhi, City of 29 million
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Groundwater plummets in Delhi, City of 29 million

Experts warn that Delhi could reach “zero groundwater levels” by 2020.
Water access in Lima complicated by inequality and climate uncertainty
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Water access in Lima complicated by inequality and climate uncertainty

With a population of 10 million, the world's second-largest desert city receives a paltry 0.3 inches of rain each year. Lima, Peru, is at high risk for water shortages.

Tehran faces crisis as Iran’s water supply runs low
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Tehran faces crisis as Iran’s water supply runs low

Tehran, the capital and largest city, could soon be the epicenter of Iran’s water crisis.
Amman faces water squeeze as refugees rush into Jordan
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Amman faces water squeeze as refugees rush into Jordan

Water shortages abound in Amman, home to more than 40 percent of Jordan’s people.  
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