The frame of a car sits on the cracked earth at the bottom of the Atibainha dam
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Brazil hit by worst drought in decades

The governor of the state of Sao Paulo in Brazil has asked for emergency powers to deal with a drought that is threatening water supplies to the country's biggest city.

It is the worst water crisis to hit Sao Paulo in nearly 100 years.

Jack Baine reports.

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