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Endless hardship: Libya's political instability deepens flood disaster


IN THE PRESS – Wednesday, September 13: We look at how Libya’s political deadlock is exacerbating the current situation in a country suffocated by deadly floods. But politics isn't the only factor, an emerging field in climate sciences is linking extreme weather events to global warming driven by human activity, the Washington Post reports. We also take a look at how the international media cover the 30-year anniversary of the Oslo Accords and finish with an exciting new discovery from the James Webb Telescope.

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