BOLIVIA-DROUGHT-RITUAL

A group of "amautas" -masters in Quechua language- take part in the ritual of Jallupacha (time of rains in native language), to ask for rains, on November 30, 2016 in El Alto, Bolivia. Bolivia's government declared an emergency as the country suffers its worst drought in 25 years. / AFP / AIZAR RALDES (Photo credit should read AIZAR RALDES/AFP via Getty Images)
A group of "amautas" -masters in Quechua language- take part in the ritual of Jallupacha (time of rains in native language), to ask for rains, on November 30, 2016 in El Alto, Bolivia. Bolivia's government declared an emergency as the country suffers its worst drought in 25 years. / AFP / AIZAR RALDES (Photo credit should read AIZAR RALDES/AFP via Getty Images)
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