Water Shortage in Northern Israel Is Worst in Past 100 Years, New Data Shows

The effects of climate change have arrived sooner than expected, with the Sea of Galilee set to hit warning 'lower red line' by September.

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The water level in the Sea of Galilee is sinking fast.
The water level in the Sea of Galilee is sinking fast. Credit: Gil Eliahu
Sea of Galilee, June 21, 2016. Credit: Gil Eliahu

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