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What are the three main water problems in the Middle East? Water scarcity, unequal water distirbution, and pollution.
In which country is saltwater entering the aquifers? In Israel.
Which two countries built dams to get water? Turkey and Syria
Which three countries are in conflict of the twin rivers? Turkey, Syria, and Iraq
Which country has open sewers, failing septic tanks, fertelizer, and pesticide problems that is contaminating their water? Afghanistan
Which country has 25%of the amount of the worlds oil supplie? Saudi Arabia
Between Iran and Iraq which country has the most oil supplie? Iran
Describe the change that has changed the lives of the people since oil was discovered. The Middle East is important to the economy, money has brought Saudi Arabia from being a poor country to being a wealthy country. More than 95% of Saudi Arabia's population lives in the city, not nomatic.
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