The Pilcomayo River, which descends from the Andes mountains in Bolivia, is at its lowest level of the past 19 years in Paraguay
Disorder comes after Supreme Court orders state to release 12,000 cubic feet per second of water to its neighbour
Country once nicknamed 'the Water Castle' is not benefiting from the vast Katse Dam
Local government releases extraordinary photos of the town from before and after it disappeared underwater
Record temperatures in Spain last year have hit production, while a bacteria outbreak has infected more than a million trees in Italy
Saudi Arabia has started taxing water for residents to try and address the soaring cost of debt as oil revenues decline
If global warming continues as projected, the risks will be even greater
Official declaration will make it easier for Western aid agencies to raise the money to buy the food the country needs to prevent starvation
Fishermen are making use of the re-appearance of the ruins to ferry curious passengers around its walls
Tiger Woods endured one of the worst days of his distinguished career as he shot a 79 at the Farmers Insurance Open on Saturday to miss the third-round cut.
During an extreme event, countries in the western Pacific experienced devastating droughts and wild fires
Paul Lambert confirmed he wanted to sign the striker who he worked with at Norwich
A wildfire in central Idaho forced the evacuation of 2,250 homes near the upmarket tourist towns of Hailey and Ketchum over the weekend, as firefighters lost ground against the blaze that also threatens the Sun Valley ski resort.
While some purists remain reliably condescending, the Shergar Cup has earned a legitimate niche in the racing summer.
Senior minister from the collection of low-lying coral atolls in the north Pacific says the end of this century will spell 'the end of my country and many others like it'
Frankel himself struggled to preserve the dignity of Glorious Goodwood last year, when obliged to compete with the London Olympics. Today the fixture’s claims as the most charming ritual of the British Turf are threatened with dilution only by the weather forecast, which has rather too equivocal a look for the liking of either punters or aesthetes. The latter most cherish the swaying backdrop of cornfields and woodland when bathed in sunlight; while the former have more practical distaste for rain clouds.