Drought Policies Must Be Adopted Worldwide, Un Officials Say

GENEVA (AP) — The world urgently need to adopt drought-management policies as farmers from Africa to India struggle with lack of rainfall and the United States endures the worst drought it has experienced in decades, top officials with the U.N. weather agency said Tuesday. The World Meteorological Organization says the U.S.

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