Tuesday, 4th August 2015
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Indonesians should store water when it is available in abundance

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Indonesia is prone to hydro-meteorological natural disasters, as many parts of the country are often flooded during the rainy season, but in the dry season drought has struck a number of districts, as is happening currently. ...
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