Mexico City water cutoffs worsened by sabotage
In this Jan. 4, 2014 file photo, a vendor, right, prepares to fill his bicycle cart with 18-liter jugs of bottled water to sell to owners of street food stalls in Mexico City. Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera said Wednesday, March 7, 2018, that intentional sabotage may be contributing to recurrent water shortages that have caused protests on the streets of the city of 9 million people. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte, File)
MEXICO CITY (AP) â€” Intentional sabotage may be contributing to recurrent water shortages in Mexico City that have caused protests on the streets of the city of 9 million people, officials said Wednesday.
In recent weeks, officials have blamed dry faucets in many neighborhoods on everything from power shortages to failing pipes and the spring dry season.Read More...