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January 23, 2012 at 6:00 AM

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Hunger, drought afflict Indigenous Mexicans


YURI CORTEZ / GETTY IMAGES

Raramuris indigenous women wait to recive humanitarian aid distributed by the Mexican Red Cross at the train station in Pitoreal, Chihuahua January 21, 2012. Religious organizations, government and civil society in Mexico launched a campaign to collect funds and food to combat chronic hunger that afflicts the indigenous Rarámuris, which was compounded by the historic drought in 2011.

YURI CORTEZ / GETTY IMAGES

Indigenous Raramuris wait to receive humanitarian aid distributed by the Mexican Red Cross at the train station in Pitoreal, Chihuahua on January 21, 2012.

YURI CORTEZ/ GETTY IMAGES

Indigenous Raramuris receive humanitarian aid distributed by the Mexican Red Cross at the train station in Pitoreal, Chihuahua on January 21, 2012.

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