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Mexico's water price war


Access to clean drinkable water has plagued communities for centuries. Drought and environmental conditions have long prevented communities with little rain from turning their situation around.

In the central Mexican city of Aguascalientes, water has been scarce for decades, but it is a spat over rising prices that has many residents crying foul and running dry.

The BBC's Celia Barria reports.


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