SYRIA-TURKEY-KURDS-CONFLICT-WATER

A man stands near water pumps drawing water from the Lake Assad reservoir, in the village of al-Tuwayhinah near the Tabqa Dam along the Euphrates river in Raqqa province in eastern Syria on July 27, 2021. - Aid groups and engineers are warning of a looming humanitarian disaster in northeast Syria, where plummeting water levels at hydroelectric dams since January are threatening water and power cutoffs for millions amidst the coronavirus pandemic and economic crisis. Many in the Kurdish-held area are accusing neighbour and archfoe Turkey of weaponising water by tightening the tap upstream. (Photo by Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP) (Photo by DELIL SOULEIMAN/AFP via Getty Images)
A man stands near water pumps drawing water from the Lake Assad reservoir, in the village of al-Tuwayhinah near the Tabqa Dam along the Euphrates river in Raqqa province in eastern Syria on July 27, 2021. - Aid groups and engineers are warning of a looming humanitarian disaster in northeast Syria, where plummeting water levels at hydroelectric dams since January are threatening water and power cutoffs for millions amidst the coronavirus pandemic and economic crisis. Many in the Kurdish-held area are accusing neighbour and archfoe Turkey of weaponising water by tightening the tap upstream. (Photo by Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP) (Photo by DELIL SOULEIMAN/AFP via Getty Images)
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