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INDONESIA-ELNINO/
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October 28, 2015
Indonesian men dressed as traditional warriors take turns to battle with wooden staves during a rain-making...
Banjarnegara, Indonesia
Indonesian men dressed as traditional warriors take turns to battle with wooden staves during a rain-making...
Indonesian men dressed as traditional warriors take turns to battle with wooden staves during a rain-making ceremony at Karang Jati village in Banjarnegara, Indonesia October 23, 2015. As in many parts of Java, Indonesia's main rice-growing island, seasonal rains are late coming to Karang Jati. A drought caused by the El Nino weather pattern, which scientists say could be the worst on record, means fields are fallow weeks after they would normally be sown. So the villagers have turned to a rain-making ritual to hasten the planting season. Crop failures caused by an El Nino drought presage more pain for Southeast Asia's largest economy, which is already growing at its slowest pace in six years, by squeezing incomes, fanning inflation and pushing more people into poverty. To match story INDONESIA-ELNINO/ Picture taken October 23, 2015. REUTERS/Nicholas Owen
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