BEIRUT, Lebanon, Jan. 21 (UPI) -- Water scarcity in the Middle East can be the catalyst for reducing rather than causing conflict in the volatile region, a Beirut-based think tank says in a report that urges a major "paradigm shift" in how regional states view the problem of dwindling water resources.
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