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Israel and Jordan agree to team up to save Jordan River
by Isabel Debre
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17 November 2022
On 17 November 2022 The Associated Press reported:
Israel and Jordan signed a declaration of intent on Thursday [17 November] at the U.N. climate conference to conserve and protect their shared Jordan River -- a sacred waterway nearly running dry because of climate change, pollution, and other threats.
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