Climate Change Caused the War in Syria?

Nature World: Wars are usually caused by struggles for land or power, but one new study is blaming climate change, at least in part, for the start of the Syrian war. A nationwide drought, the worst Syria has ever seen, ravaged the region from 2006-2010, destroying the agricultural industry and driving farmers to poverty-stricken cities. Coincidentally, in spring 2011, unrest escalated into a full-blown Syrian war that has since killed at least 200,000 people and displaced millions. "We're not saying the......

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