iraq_water_woes_75877.jpg - Washington Times
Skip to content

This canal southeast of Baghdad is dry and filled with salt. Iraq, historically known as "The Land Between The Two Rivers," is struggling with the scarcity of water because of dams in Turkey and Iran, a lack of rainfall and aging hydrological infrastructure. The decreased water levels have dramatically affected agriculture and animal resources. (Associated Press/File)

This canal southeast of Baghdad is dry and filled with salt. Iraq, historically known as "The Land Between The Two Rivers," is struggling with the scarcity of water because of dams in Turkey and Iran, a lack of rainfall and aging hydrological infrastructure. The decreased water levels have dramatically affected agriculture and animal resources. (Associated Press/File)

Featured Photo Galleries