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Dominican Republic faces worst drought in decades

A dry sector of the Moncion Dam is seen as the Caribbean nation endures its worst drought in 30 years, in Moncion, Dominican Republic March 16, 2019. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

A dry sector of the Moncion Dam is seen as the Caribbean nation endures its worst drought in 30 years, in Moncion, Dominican Republic March 16, 2019. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

A dry sector of the Moncion Dam is seen as the Caribbean nation endures its worst drought in 30 years, in Moncion, Dominican Republic March 16, 2019. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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Cattle are seen at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Cattle are seen at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Cattle are seen at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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A man collects water from an almost dried stream in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

A man collects water from an almost dried stream in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

A man collects water from an almost dried stream in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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Calves are seen in a stable at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Calves are seen in a stable at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Calves are seen in a stable at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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The carcass of a cow is seen at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

The carcass of a cow is seen at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

The carcass of a cow is seen at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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Cattle drink water at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Cattle drink water at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Cattle drink water at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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Farmers look at a dead cow in the stables of a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Farmers look at a dead cow in the stables of a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Farmers look at a dead cow in the stables of a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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Cattle graze at a ranch as the Caribbean nation endures its worst drought in 30 years, in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Cattle graze at a ranch as the Caribbean nation endures its worst drought in 30 years, in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Cattle graze at a ranch as the Caribbean nation endures its worst drought in 30 years, in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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A cow eats banana leaves in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

A cow eats banana leaves in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

A cow eats banana leaves in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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Cattle are herded on a bridge over the Moncion Dam in Moncion, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Cattle are herded on a bridge over the Moncion Dam in Moncion, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Cattle are herded on a bridge over the Moncion Dam in Moncion, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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The carcass of a cow is seen at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

The carcass of a cow is seen at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

The carcass of a cow is seen at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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A man feeds wheat straw to cattle at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

A man feeds wheat straw to cattle at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

A man feeds wheat straw to cattle at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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Cattle are seen next to an empty water container in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Cattle are seen next to an empty water container in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

Cattle are seen next to an empty water container in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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The carcass of a cow is seen at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

The carcass of a cow is seen at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas

The carcass of a cow is seen at a ranch in Santiago Rodriguez, March 16. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
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