Spain: Drought takes toll on world's largest olive oil producer

Spain is experiencing its worst drought in decades. The lack of rain means there is less water available for agriculture and questions are being asked about what the future holds for the country's farmers.

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    Spain is experiencing its worst drought in decades. The lack of rain means there is less water available for agriculture and questions are being asked about what the future holds for the country's farmers.

    The drought is having an effect on the livelihoods of many people in the world's largest olive oil producer.

    Al Jazeera's Monica Villamizar reports from Priego de Cordoba, in southern Spain.


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