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Cape Town: A city that could run out of water

With #DayZero moving to July 9, 2018, the South African city of Cape Town has around 4 months left before all taps are turned off and residents are restricted to just 25 litres per person per day. We look at the reasons behind the crisis.

With a drought looming, Cape Town could become world’s first major city to run out of water

With a drought looming, Cape Town could become world’s first major city to run out of water

Will Cape Town run out of water?

Will Cape Town run out of water?

Could you survive on just 50 litres of water a day?

Could you survive on just 50 litres of water a day?

South African farmers struggle after drought | Money Talks

South African farmers struggle after drought | Money Talks

Sixth edition of TRT World Forum begins in Istanbul

Sixth edition of TRT World Forum begins in Istanbul

Xi meets GCC and Arab League leaders in Riyadh

Xi meets GCC and Arab League leaders in Riyadh

Putin says 'agreement has to be reached' to end Ukraine conflict

Putin says 'agreement has to be reached' to end Ukraine conflict

Israel demolished a Palestinian school in Masafer Yatta

Israel demolished a Palestinian school in Masafer Yatta

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'The Waiting' traces Korean divide

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Erdogan: We want to further strengthen this grain corridor

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Success story of Türkiye-brokered grain deal

Nigerian army rejects report on secret mass abortion programme

Nigerian army rejects report on secret mass abortion programme

Chinese President Xi visits Saudi Arabia to boost ties

Chinese President Xi visits Saudi Arabia to boost ties

Brittney Griner released by Russia in prisoner swap with US

Brittney Griner released by Russia in prisoner swap with US

US drops conditions for F-16 sales to Türkiye

US drops conditions for F-16 sales to Türkiye

Putin: Russia considers nuclear weapons as tool for deterrence

Putin: Russia considers nuclear weapons as tool for deterrence

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