U.N. Human Rights Experts Investigate Mass Water Shutoffs in Detroit

In Detroit, around 27,000 households have had their water shut off this year, with 10,000 still... read more
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U.N. Human Rights Experts Investigate Mass Water Shutoffs in Detroit