A Disrupted Climate Means Deadlier Cyclones in the Middle East

Published on Truthout, 30 May 2018.

In a region where hurricanes are historically rare, at least 13 people have died after a powerful cyclone made landfall in southern Oman, drenching one city with more than two years’ worth of rain in 24 hours. Experts warn that human-caused climate disruption will increase the frequency and intensity of hurricanes in coming years.

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