A new moisture sensor modeled on a camel’s nasal structure can reliably detect variations in humidity.
Fighting between herders, fishermen and farmers over management and access to dwindling water resources leaves dozens of casualties in northern Cameroon, forcing thousands to flee their homes.
Drought is rapidly drying up the Euphrates and Tigris rivers, risking access to water for more than 12 million people in Syria and Iraq.
Recycled wastewater in the resource-starved city-state can now meet 40 percent of Singapore's water demand, also helping reduce maritime pollution
Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and his counterpart Ayman Safadi have approved Israel's sale of 50 million cubic metres of water to its neighbour.
Israeli airstrikes on scores of residential buildings has led Amnesty International to call for a war crimes probe, as the humanitarian crisis in Gaza worsens.
Despite the fact that Turkey is a water-stressed country, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said it has to share its limited water resources with neighbouring Iraq and Syria.
Negotiations between Ethiopia, Sudan, and Egypt, in long-running dispute over Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam on Blue Nile, reach new impasse, participants say.
The country opened a criminal investigation to establish why rivers close to polluted waters were found with higher levels of pollutants.
Egypt and Sudan view the dam as a threat to vital water supplies, while Ethiopia considers it essential for its electrification and development.
How the fallout of the water crisis in Pakistan's commercial hub Karachi is felt by school going girls.
Footage showed severe flooding in the town of Tenbury Wells in Worcestershire, with its streets submerged below the high water.
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