Middle East and North Africa

How the Middle East is suffering on the front lines of climate change

The region has been subject to an almost continuous drought since 1998, according to NASA Image: REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir

Douglas Broom

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Flooding in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia Image: Wikimedia
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