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As Water Table Lowers, Tehran and Much of Iran Are Slowly Sinking
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August 3, 2021

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A 2019 land fissure caused by drought and excessive water pumping in Malard, west of Tehran, is a sign that the area around Iran’s capital is literally sinking.

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