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Saturday, 28 May 2011

The government of Northern Ireland is to overcome the water shortages by importing sachets of dried water from Russia.

The dried water was developed by the Russians in 1986,to overcome a lack of drinking water in an area the size of Wales,following the Chernobyl disaster.

A government spokesman said,"Using dried water will enable us to supply water quickly and efficiently,in vast amounts,to all areas of the country.Each sachet makes a litre of water when added to a litre of water.May I take this opportunity also to remind the population they must firstly boil the water before making a cup of tea or coffee."

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