Water levels have dropped dramatically in the last few days in Iraq’s Tigris river following a decrease in supply out of Turkey.
Thousands of fish died after #Iran cut water flow in little Zab river which feeds into the Tigris river, this comes at the same time #Turkey activates Ilisu dam which has dried up the Tigris river flowing through #Iraq. pic.twitter.com/AquaquPKAa— The'Nimr'Tiger 🇸🇾🇸🇨 (@Souria4Syrians) June 2, 2018
#Iraq's major rivers are drying up at an alarming pace as water flow from #Turkey falls by 50%.— Haidar Sumeri (@IraqiSecurity) June 2, 2018
Iraqi leadership must act fast before the water crisis develops into a full-blown catastrophe that endangers the lives of millions of Iraqis. pic.twitter.com/2E957pYQ2E