Japan’s government will temporarily loosen restrictions on mineral water to help ease shortages in Tokyo and surrounding areas, the Nikkei newspaper reported, without citing anyone.
Turkey will auction 34 geothermal and mineral water springs within a month to improve usage of natural resources, Dunya reported.
Residents of the Venezuelan capital of Caracas, who already struggle to find toilet paper and deodorant, are facing a new shortage -- drinking water.
A California city still burdened by debt payments from its 2001 bankruptcy is struggling to avoid defaulting on those bonds or going insolvent for a second time in 13 years.
As the U.S. imposes a new round of sanctions on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s inner circle, one name comes up again and again: Gennady Timchenko.
Georgia wants to regain market access for its agricultural products including cheese, fruit, vegetables and meat to Russia, which effectively ended a ban on wine and mineral water imports from the former Soviet republic.