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CLIMATE-DROUGHT/MIDDLEAST
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March 07, 2014
Syrian workers living in Jordan work on a tomato crop farm in Shouneh March 7, 2014. The Middle East's...
SHOUNEH, Jordan
Syrian workers living in Jordan work on a tomato crop farm in Shouneh
Syrian workers living in Jordan work on a tomato crop farm in Shouneh March 7, 2014. The Middle East's driest winter in several decades could pose a threat to global food prices, with local crops depleted and farmers' livelihoods blighted, U.N. experts and climatologists say. Varying degrees of drought are hitting almost two thirds of the limited arable land across Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, the Palestinian territories and Iraq. To match analysis CLIMATE-DROUGHT/MIDDLEAST. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
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