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Aug 30, 2017

The remaining 23 residents of Stonehenge, Australia, say they are struggling to survive one of the longest droughts in memory.

Stonehenge: Australia’s forgotten farmers
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Stones arranged by tourists, lay on the ground spelling out their names and the places they are from, in the area known as the 'Address Book' located on the outskirts of the outback town of Stonehenge in Queensland, Australia, August 12, 2017. DAVID GRAY/REUTERS

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