Australia’s drought-stricken rice fields

The worst drought in a century has reduced crops in New South Wales to a record low, severely affecting farmers and pushing up prices worldwide.

Al Jazeera’s David Hardaker looks at the situation in the country’s rice bowl and how the knock-on effect from a sparse yield is adding pressure on the world’s poorest.

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