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'Human-induced' climate change caused deadly Sahel heatwave, says study

  • A deadly heatwave in Mali and Burkina Faso from April 1 to 5, with temperatures exceeding 45°C, was caused by human-induced climate change.
  • The World Weather Attribution research revealed that this heatwave, connected to global warming of 1.2C, resulted in multiple deaths in Africa's Sahel area.
  • Due to the lack of precise data, the actual number of heat-related casualties in Mali and Burkina Faso is uncertain, but likely reached hundreds or thousands.
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