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BALKANS-DROUGHT/
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August 21, 2012
Zeljko Fabric, a farmer, inspects damage along an irrigation canal, which has dried up along with a nearby...
Djakovo, Croatia
A farmer inspects damage along an irrigation canal, which has dried up along with a nearby river, in...
Zeljko Fabric, a farmer, inspects damage along an irrigation canal, which has dried up along with a nearby river, in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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