Aryn Baker

Time

Guest

Former Middle East Bureau Chief for Time magazine, based in Beirut, Lebanon

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A ban on car washing, two minute showers, flushing a toilet only when absolutely necessary -- those are extreme water conservation measures people in Cape Town have to follow.

Cape Town on track to run out of water in April

A ban on car washing, two minute showers, flushing a toilet only when absolutely necessary -- those are extreme water conservation measures people in Cape Town have to follow.

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It was announced today that this year’s Nobel Peace Prize has been divided between two people—a 17-year old Pakistani crusader for girls’ education and a 60-year old Indian man who has…

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Three years ago, it appeared that anti-government uprisings might lead to the spread of democracy in the Middle East.

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Three years ago, it appeared that anti-government uprisings might lead to the spread of democracy in the Middle East.

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