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Saturday, January 16, 2021

Istanbul: municipality to build water tanks to overcome drought – Middle East Monitor

Istanbul: municipality to build water tanks to overcome drought Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality is to build water storage tanks for every building over 1,000 square metres to store rainwater so that citizens can overcome drought, local media have reported. Public buildings, shopping malls and commercial properties will have adequate drainage installed to help the system to be effective. More:Istanbul: municipality to build water tanks to overcome drought – Middle East Monitor

Turkey Experiences Intense Drought

Turkey Experiences Intense Drought January 11, 2021JPEG As 2021 begins, most of Turkey is experiencing severe drought. Numerous reservoirs around Istanbul—the country’s most populous city (15 million)—have reached their lowest water storage levels in 15 years. Crop production could be threatened if conditions persist. More:Turkey Experiences Intense Drought

Friday, January 15, 2021

Ankara municipality, UN ink pact to help women, children | Daily Sabah

Ankara municipality, UN ink pact to help women, children BY ANADOLU AGENCY ANKARA TURKEY JAN 14, 2021 4:14 PM GMT+3 Turkey's capital and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) on Thursday inked a cooperation protocol to support women, children and young adults. Ankara Mayor Mansur Yavaş and UNFPA Turkey representative Hassan Mohtashami signed the protocol to support health and protection services for women, children and young adults with special needs, a statement by the mayor's office said. More:Ankara municipality, UN ink pact to help women, children | Daily Sabah

Russia crowds out Turkey in post-war Caucasus - Al-Monitor: the Pulse of the Middle East

Russia crowds out Turkey in post-war Caucasus Having brokered a cease-fire deal between Azerbaijan and Armenia, Vladimir Putin is now giving priority to the development of transport links in the conflict-ridden region. More:Russia crowds out Turkey in post-war Caucasus - Al-Monitor: the Pulse of the Middle East