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Mexico declares disaster in drought-stricken areas

Posted by feww on January 9, 2012

Mexican President declares disaster in the state of Durango

President Calderon has declared 32 municipalities in the northwestern state of Durango (pop: 1.7 million) as disaster areas due to severe drought.

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  • Mexico. A state of disaster has been declared in 32 municipalities in the northwestern state of Durango due to severe drought.
    • The disaster declaration follows a state of emergency decree issued at the end of September 2011, following a 200-day dry spell.
    • Worst drought in living memory affected more than two thirds of Mexico in 2011, leaving at least half million cattle dead and a million hectares of crops destroyed.
    • More than 2.5 million people in the northern states of Coahuila, San Luis Potosi, Sonora, Tamaulipas and Zacatecas faced acute water shortage.
    • See also 2.5 million people in northern Mexico lack drinking water, posted on November 26, 2011.

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