Israel, Jordan plan to join Dead, Red seas to boost water supply
The Dead Sea, a major tourist and industrial asset because of its unique chemistry, is dropping by about 3 feet a year from a dire water shortage compounded in recent years by a growing population and a stubborn drought.
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#1 Sep 6, 2009
Well, at least the Arabs and Jews can cooperate on one issue.
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