Valdosta Daily Times


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In this Sunday, Aug. 15, 2010 file photo, a man stands in a sewage-filled street in Fallujah, Iraq, 40 miles west of Baghdad. A $108 million waste water treatment center in the city of Fallujah, a former al-Qaida stronghold in western Iraq, will have taken eight years longer to build than planned when it is completed in 2014 and will only service 9,000 homes. Iraqi officials must provide an additional $87 million to hook up most of the rest of the city, or 25,000 additional homes.

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