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Published on Dec 7, 2012

Brazil's government says it will provide millions of dollars to fight drought.

Millions of people in the northeast have been suffering for months due to dry conditions.

For cattle rachers inthe town of Serrita the situation is becoming desperate.

Al Jazeera' s Gabriel Elizondo reports.

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