WATER CRISIS IN IRAQ

MIQDADIYAH, IRAQ -- NOVEMBER 30, 2021: Dried out pomegranates are all that is left of the failed crop due to water shortage on a farm cultivated by Taha Yassin, a farmer who had started to cut down his failed pomegranate trees because of water issues at his farm near Miqdadiyah, Iraq, Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021. Iraq is facing an unprecedented water shortage, calling into question the viability of farming in the land where humanity was thought to have begun agricultural cultivation. (MARCUS YAM / LOS ANGELES TIMES)
MIQDADIYAH, IRAQ -- NOVEMBER 30, 2021: Dried out pomegranates are all that is left of the failed crop due to water shortage on a farm cultivated by Taha Yassin, a farmer who had started to cut down his failed pomegranate trees because of water issues at his farm near Miqdadiyah, Iraq, Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021. Iraq is facing an unprecedented water shortage, calling into question the viability of farming in the land where humanity was thought to have begun agricultural cultivation. (MARCUS YAM / LOS ANGELES TIMES)
WATER CRISIS IN IRAQ
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