Ancient aqueducts give Iraq a trickle of hope

Al Jazeera: A millennia-old labyrinth of underground canals may help solve the Middle East's water crisis, say experts. Charles McDermid Last Modified: 23 Mar 2013 20:13 Email Print Share Send Feedback The ancient karez in Kunaflusa trickles into this pool, on which villagers rely [Sebastian Meyer/Al Jazeera] In the windswept plateaus of northern Iraq, unseen aqueducts which have channelled water to arid settlements for centuries are running dry. Experts say the wide-scale demise of these ancient water......

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