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A wind-whipped wildfire in northeastern Arizona's White Mountains has charred more than 3 square miles by Thursday evening, authorities said. (June 27) Video provided by AP


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Reuters - Business Video Online (Apr. 17, 2014) — Britain's troubled Co-operative Group is preparing to cash in on nearly 18,000 acres of farmland in one of the biggest UK land sales in decades. As Ivor Bennett reports, the market timing couldn't be better, with farmland prices soaring over 270 percent in the last 10 years. Video provided by Reuters
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Here's How a Village in Maharashtra Made Itself Drought Proof

Here's How a Village in Maharashtra Made Itself Drought Proof

NDTV (Feb. 21, 2013) — Lush green vineyards, tons of luscious grapes, acres of maize and jowar, and most importantly, millions of liters of water- images that are in stark contrast to the despair visible across Marathawada's eight districts. This isn't Maharashtra's greener western belts of Konkan and Raigad, but this oasis is in the Jalna district in the heart of the Marathawada region which is in the grip of the worst drought since Independence.
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Sinkhole Threatens Cajun Bayou Community

Sinkhole Threatens Cajun Bayou Community

AP (July 8, 2013) — Almost a year after a salt cavern collapsed near a scenic south Louisiana bayou, the sinkhole has grown to 22- acres and is still releasing oil and natural gas. Hundreds of residents have evacuated but a few stayed behind despite the dangers.
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