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Feeling the heat: the cost of Italy's worst drought in decades

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Feeling the heat: the cost of Italy's worst drought in decades

Feeling the heat: the cost of Italy's worst drought in decades

A lack of rain linked to climate change has led to Italy's worst drought in 70 years.

Euronews' Julian Gomez visited three of north Italy's most badly affected regions to see for himself both the economic and environmental cost.


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