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A pipeline to bring water to Israelis, Jordanians, and Palestinians might encourage more than just a scientific partnership.
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Living, working or studying overseas not only involves the day to day effort of doing your job or keeping up with your school work, but also requires you to adapt to the culture that you've planted yourself in. The question is: Are you that type?
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