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Spain's water reserves fall further

Spanish reservoirs are now only 43.9% full, 1.4 percentage points less than a week ago, the Environment Ministry said on Wednesday, indicating that drought and high temperatures were continuing to take their toll.
Last year was the driest since records began in Spain, and the rain that fell over the winter and spring of this year was not enough to replenish reserves.

The 23,385 cubic hectometres of water now available compare with 23,866 in the same week last year and with an average for the past 10 years of 30,263 at the same date.

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