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Teaching DBQ: The Syrian Civil War

DBQ: The Syrian Civil War

Citations: Document 1: Oweis, Khaled Yacoub. “Eastern Syria grapples with drought, poverty.” Reuters, 27 January 2010. <>. Document 2: Amery, Hussein A. “Climate, not conflict, drove many refugees to Lebanon.” The Conversation, 3 December 2019. <>. Document 3: Kelley, Colin P., Shahrzad Mohtadi, Mark A. Cane, Richard Seager, and Yochanan Kushnir. “Climate change in the Fertile Crescent and implications of the recent Syrian drought.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sci

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