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Researcher: Climate change triggering new migration from Middle East

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Global warming will hit the Middle East and North Africa particularly hard and trigger new waves of refugees, according to German climate researcher Jos Lelieveld. The region has become a hotspot of climate change and is warming up much faster than other areas, the director of the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Mainz told dpa. Heatwaves lasting for weeks with temperatures of up to 56 degrees Celsius or even more than 60 degrees in cities could make many areas uninhabitable for humans and animals in the second half of this century, the scientist further explained. “Even camels cannot sur…

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