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Mexico City's 9 Million Residents Still Without Running Water After A Week

It's been a week since repair crews cut the water to Mexico City and problems with the repair to the system that provides about 30 percent of the city's water supply isn't going as well as planned. AI... read more

More than a thousand remain missing a week after Hurricane Michael

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - More than a thousand people were still missing on Wednesday a week after Hurricane ... about 4.5 million meals, more than 5 million liters of water and 9 million in... read more

Mexico City dwellers shoulder future of their urban ‘Water Forest’

In 1990, Milpa Alta residents numbered nearly 64,000, while Mexico City’s total population was 8.2 million. By 2015, Mexico City’s total population has grown to 8.9 million ... with water service for ... read more

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Solidarity rises up to greet the caravan in Mexico

That same day, the main body of a second caravan arrived in Mexico. Despite xenophobic calls by some to ignore the caravans, residents ... without running water for over a week as the city ... read more


Running Out of Water: Cape Town, the U.S., and Drought

The recent news that Cape Town, South Africa—a modern city of nearly 4 million residents (plus over 1.5 million tourists yearly)—was on the brink of running out of water, the taps about to run dry, pu... read more

Power, phone outages hamper hurricane recovery one week after storm

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - A week after ... water and about 3 million ready-to-eat meals, Governor Rick Scott’s office said. Slideshow (11 Images) Nearly 155,000 homes and businesses remained ... read more

Water a precious resource in Mexico

As she has every day for 26 years, Delfina Salinas, a stocky Mexican woman, loads plastic jugs onto her donkey for a 30-minute walk to fetch water. In Tehuixtitla, a mountainous area south of Mexico C... read more

Water in the desert

The construction of border walls between urban areas in northern Mexico and their neighbouring towns and cities in ... to 3.5 million in 1990, with only a small drop in the percentage of Latin America... read more

Caravan Walks Quietly On, U.S. Opposition a Distant Rumble

The caravan, which arrived in Mexico City this week, captured the attention of President Trump soon after it began. During the run-up to the midterm ... played in the water while the women washed clot... read more

A failed vision

From 2001 to 2012, an estimated 20 million people — one-sixth of Mexico’s population — left cities ... ago, after residents had gone three days without water or electricity, frustration boiled over. H... read more



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