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Monday, August 8, 2016

175,000 lose jobs from drought Morocco – Middle East Monitor

As many as 175,000 people have lost their jobs in the farming sector this year due to the severe drought which has led to a four per cent decline in the sector's operating capacity, the Moroccan planning authority said.
In a report released on Friday the authority said 21,000 jobs had been lost in urban areas while a further 154,000 had been lost in rural regions which operate in the farming, forestry and fishing sectors.

Ground Breaking Huge Solar Farm with Innovating Storage Las Vegas

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Delta Computer System Down Flights Halted

Tens of thousands of people were stranded Monday after Delta Air Lines flights were grounded around the globe due to a system outage.
Delta said that systems were back online by 8:40 a.m. ET, but warned disruptions would continue amid a "limited" resumption of departures.

Toronto blaming #ClimateChange on water main breaks CBC News

Toronto blaming Climate Change on broken water mains

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