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Villagers in Southern Iran to Get Potable Water after Years of Protest 6

Villagers in Southern Iran to Get Potable Water after Years of Protest

Villagers in the southern Iranian province of Khuzestan province will finally be supplied with drinking water after years of protest, which turned violent in recent days.
250 Major Energy Projects to Be Launched across Iran by Year-End

250 Major Energy Projects to Be Launched across Iran by Year-End

Iranian Energy Minister says 250 key water and electricity projects worth about $12 billion will get under way this year.
Churat Lake Filled with Water 4

Iran in Photos: Churat Lake Filled with Water

Due to the recent heavy rainfalls, the water level of Churat Lake in northern Iran has considerably increased this year, to the point of flooding the surrounding trees.
Water Level of Urmia Lake Rises by 25 Percent

Heavy Rainfalls Create 50 New Lakes across Iran

The heavy rainfalls of the past two months in Iran have resulted in the formation of about 50 new lakes that did not exist before.
Dam in Iran Full after Water Crisis

In Pictures: Kebar Dam Full to Capacity

Located near the city of Qom, central Iran, Kebar Dam is considered to be one of the oldest arched dams in the world.
Iran Building 11 Rubber Dams

Iran Building 11 Rubber Dams

Iran’s Minister of Energy Reza Ardakanian says 11 rubber dams are under construction across the country with the purpose of protecting the environment, particularly in the northern provinces.
Iran Starts Extracting Healthy Drinking Water from Rain

Iran Starts Extracting Healthy Drinking Water from Rain

Iran has begun to extract drinking water from rainwater as part of a project implemented in Mazandaran province, north of Iran.
Gorgeous Desert Lake Created in Hottest Spot on Earth

Lut Desert Gorgeous Lake in Hottest Spot on Earth

The flooding which struck Iran's southeastern Kerman province in early spring this year has created a beautiful lake in the heart of Lut Desert regarded as the hottest spot on earth.

‘No Iranian City Will Have Problem in Access to Water in Two Years’

Iran’s Energy Minister says the country has plans to resolve its water problem by the end of the twelfth government’s term in 2021.

Thousands of Farmers to Revive Iran’s Lake Urmia

7,000 farmers in four different villages of East Azarbaijan province have taken part in a project of revitalising Lake Urmia, where they are made familiar with the principles of sustainable agriculture.