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On this hour of America Abroad, we see how water scarcity leads to conflict on the local, regional, and international levels with stories from Sub Saharan Africa and South Asia.
In South Sudan, the story of refugees fleeing violence and floods and their struggle to find safe drinking water.
We send reporter Michael May to Kenya to look into the fighting that's come from water scarcity and what local leaders are doing to stop it.
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