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Spring brings record heat to Europe, North Africa, Southeast Asia
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Spring brings record heat to Europe, North Africa, Southeast Asia

A hot spell in Southeast Asia has broken all-time heat records. It comes on the heels of a record-breaking heat wave in Southern Europe and North Africa that scientists say was “almost impossible” without climate change.

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Limiting warming to 2C can prevent 80% heat-related deaths in Middle East and North Africa

If the world continues pumping out high levels of carbon emissions - deaths in the region could be 60 times higher than currently due to extreme heat.

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Wildfires in Spain, Morocco produce record-breaking carbon emissions

Wildfires in Spain and Morocco have produced more carbon emissions in June and July this year than in the same period of any year since 2003, the European Union's Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service said.
Rising seas threaten Algeria's ancient melting pot

Rising seas threaten Algeria's ancient melting pot

For more than a millennium, Tipasa was a symbol of cultural exchange. Now it's in the crosshairs of climate change.
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Report: Climate change could see 200 million move by 2050

Report: Climate change could see 200 million move by 2050

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Climate change could push more than 200 million people to leave their homes in the next three decades and create migration hot spots unless urgent action is taken to reduce global emissions and bridge the development gap, a World Bank report has found.
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Days of hot weather grip Southern Europe, North Africa

Days of hot weather grip Southern Europe, North Africa

Stifling heat kept its grip on much of Southern Europe on Thursday, driving people indoors, spoiling crops, triggering drinking water restrictions, turning public libraries into cooling “climate shelters" and complicating the challenge firefighters faced battling wildfires .

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