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Kekeringan di Irak Paksa Kerbau Mandi di Kubangan Limbah

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Senin, 27 Jun 2022 18:00 WIB

Irak - Kekeringan di Irak mengakibatkan penurunan tingkat saluran air. Penggembala terpaksa memandikan kerbau dalam air limbah demi tak kepanasan.

TOPSHOT - Buffaloes graze by wastewater pooling on the bed of the dried-up Diyala river which was a tributary of the Tigris, in the Al-Fadiliyah district east of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, on June 26, 2022. - Iraq's drought reflects a decline in the level of waterways due to the lack of rain and lower flows from upstream neighboring countries Iran and Turkey. (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE / AFP) (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP via Getty Images)

Sejumlah kerbau merumput di genangan air limbah di dasar sungai kering Diyala, Irak saat kekeringan, Minggu, (26/6/2022).

TOPSHOT - Buffaloes graze by wastewater pooling on the bed of the dried-up Diyala river which was a tributary of the Tigris, in the Al-Fadiliyah district east of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, on June 26, 2022. - Iraq's drought reflects a decline in the level of waterways due to the lack of rain and lower flows from upstream neighboring countries Iran and Turkey. (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE / AFP) (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP via Getty Images)

Seorang penggembala Irak mendinginkan kerbaunya dalam air limbah yang memenuhi sungai kering Diyala. Sungai tersebut merupakan anak sungai Tigris, di distrik Al-Fadiliyah timur Baghdad.

TOPSHOT - Buffaloes graze by wastewater pooling on the bed of the dried-up Diyala river which was a tributary of the Tigris, in the Al-Fadiliyah district east of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, on June 26, 2022. - Iraq's drought reflects a decline in the level of waterways due to the lack of rain and lower flows from upstream neighboring countries Iran and Turkey. (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE / AFP) (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP via Getty Images)

Kekeringan di Irak mencerminkan penurunan tingkat saluran air.

TOPSHOT - Buffaloes graze by wastewater pooling on the bed of the dried-up Diyala river which was a tributary of the Tigris, in the Al-Fadiliyah district east of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, on June 26, 2022. - Iraq's drought reflects a decline in the level of waterways due to the lack of rain and lower flows from upstream neighboring countries Iran and Turkey. (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE / AFP) (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP via Getty Images)

Kekeringan di Irak disebabkan kurangnya hujan dan aliran yang lebih rendah dari negara tetangga hulu Iran dan Turki.

TOPSHOT - Buffaloes graze by wastewater pooling on the bed of the dried-up Diyala river which was a tributary of the Tigris, in the Al-Fadiliyah district east of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, on June 26, 2022. - Iraq's drought reflects a decline in the level of waterways due to the lack of rain and lower flows from upstream neighboring countries Iran and Turkey. (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE / AFP) (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP via Getty Images)

Seorang penggembala muda Irak membawa kerbaunya keluar setelah mendinginkan diri dalam air limbah.

Kekeringan di Irak Paksa Kerbau Mandi di Kubangan Limbah
Kekeringan di Irak Paksa Kerbau Mandi di Kubangan Limbah
Kekeringan di Irak Paksa Kerbau Mandi di Kubangan Limbah
Kekeringan di Irak Paksa Kerbau Mandi di Kubangan Limbah
Kekeringan di Irak Paksa Kerbau Mandi di Kubangan Limbah


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