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China

Chinese court dismisses water pollution lawsuit filed in northwestern city - @Reuters

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China

China's western city of Lanzhou reports cancer-inducing chemical in drinking water 20 times above safety levels - @Reuters

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New York City building explosion, March 12, 2014

Red Cross establishes relief center at 115th Street between 3rd and Lexington Avenues with food and water for people affected by East Harlem, NY, building collapse - @NYCMayorsOffice

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Republic of South Sudan violence

Photo: People queue for water at IDP camp for 20,000 people in Malakal, South Sudan - @laura_jepson

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California drought 2014

More than 1/4 of California is in the highest category of drought now; about 3/4 is in extreme drought - via @NBCNews

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California drought 2014

More: Worsening drought in California will force a 1st-ever complete cutoff of federally supplied irrigation water - @Reuters

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California drought 2014

Federal officials say many farmers caught in California's drought will receive no irrigation water this year - @AP

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Oklahoma City, OK, US

Power loss leads to low water pressure in Oklahoma City - @koconews

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California drought 2014

US House passes Republican water bill that would override Obama administration decision to limit water to homes, farms and businesses in California's Central Valley - @thehill

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Henry Waxman

President Obama on Rep. Henry Waxman's, D-Calif., retirement: 'Thanks to Henry's leadership, Americans breath cleaner air, drink cleaner water ... have access to ... affordable healthcare - @ChadPergram

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West Virginia chemical spill, Jan. 9, 2014

Marshall University scientist finds cancer-causing carcinogen formaldehyde in West Virginia water from chemical spill - @wvgazette

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India

Indian authorities vow to demolish 'illegal' Coca-Cola bottling plant at center of protests over groundwater extraction - @AFP

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West Virginia chemical spill, Jan. 9, 2014

CDC says a 2nd, likely less toxic chemical was also released during spill that contaminated water supply for 300,000 West Virginians - @AP

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West Virginia chemical spill, Jan. 9, 2014

Attorneys for company behind West Virginia's chemical spill said they've secured deal for up to $4 million in credit to continue operations - @AP

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West Virginia chemical spill, Jan. 9, 2014

There are no more water utility customers in West Virginia being told not to drink their tap water, officials say - @CNN

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West Virginia chemical spill, Jan. 9, 2014

Some people in Putnam Co., W.V., who may have started using their water again after chemical spill, have been told to stop - @WSAZnews

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West Virginia chemical spill, Jan. 9, 2014

Officials meeting this morning to evaluate when they might reopen intake valves on the Ohio River, Greater Cincinnati Water Works says - @NBCNews

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West Virginia chemical spill, Jan. 9, 2014

West Virginia American Water lifts water ban on another section on the south side of Charleston after chemical leak - @RobByersWV

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West Virginia chemical spill, Jan. 9, 2014

Update: 'Do not use' order lifted for water in Southridge and Southside areas of West Virginia - @NBCNews

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West Virginia chemical spill, Jan. 9, 2014

1st 5 water zone restrictions lifted in West Virginia; approximately 28,700 customers restored to full water use, American Water reports - @NBCNews

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