Ethiopian Herders’ Record Drought Woes Compounded by Landmines

In the northwest of Ethiopia’s Afar region, landmines left over from the nineteen-month Tigray conflict are making herders’ struggle with a record-breaking drought even deadlier.  Landmines have killed children and livestock and made people afraid to collect water despite the drought. Henry Wilkins reports from Chifra, Ethiopia.

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