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Inside a US oil 'man camp'

For the past decade, thousands of workers from all across America have been lured to North Dakota by the prospect of high-paying jobs in the oil industry.

Temporary lodging camps, known as "man camps," popped up to house these transient workers.

Now, after nearly two years of falling oil prices, thousands of workers have been laid off and have left the once booming state.

BBC News has been finding out what this has meant for these man camps.

  • 15 Apr 2016
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