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

Years of drought have led to severe water shortages in Cape Town, South Africa. As February 1, new water restrictions limit residents to using 50 litres of water per day. But these measures may not be enough. The taps in Cape Town are set to be turned off on April 12 for rationing.

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?

Cape Town: A city that could run out of water

Cape Town: A city that could run out of water

Cape Town Drought: Water crisis poses a risk to a vibrant tourist

Cape Town Drought: Water crisis poses a risk to a vibrant tourist

Guantanamo Bay prison 20 years on

Guantanamo Bay prison 20 years on

Children confirmed dead in Bronx fire

Children confirmed dead in Bronx fire

Russia rules out concessions in talks with the US on Ukraine

Russia rules out concessions in talks with the US on Ukraine

Authorities say all stranded people in Murree have been rescued

Authorities say all stranded people in Murree have been rescued

Baby handed to US army over airport wall reunites with family

Baby handed to US army over airport wall reunites with family

Protesters gathered in Kiev against Geneva meeting

Protesters gathered in Kiev against Geneva meeting

Footwear company recycles coffee waste into sneakers

Footwear company recycles coffee waste into sneakers

Mosaic center in Jericho revives traditional Palestinian art

Mosaic center in Jericho revives traditional Palestinian art

Severe winter storm sweeping across the US

Severe winter storm sweeping across the US

Support services for Afghan women in danger rapidly disappearing

Support services for Afghan women in danger rapidly disappearing

TOGG features in Las Vegas

TOGG features in Las Vegas

Balkans faces declining populations due to mass emigration

Balkans faces declining populations due to mass emigration

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