The Political and Humanitarian Impact of an Offensive in Idlib

  1. The Political and Humanitarian Impact of an Offensive in Idlib  Wall Street Journal
  2. Syria war: Turkey ‘reinforces military posts in Idlib’  BBC News
  3. Russian warships lurking off Syria are probably hanging around for cruise missile strikes in a major offensive  Business Insider
  4. To Thwart Iran, Save Idlib  New York Times
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'Harvey of the East Coast:' Florence's worst impact could be catastrophic, deadly flooding

  1. ‘Harvey of the East Coast:’ Florence’s worst impact could be catastrophic, deadly flooding  USA TODAY
  2. Hurricane Florence’s path: Track the storm here  Fox News
  3. A million told to flee as Hurricane Florence stalks US East Coast  Yahoo News
  4. Hurricane Florence, already a monster, is due to strengthen as 1 million people are told to flee the US East Coast  CNN
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Low-severity wildfires impact soils more than previously believed

Low-severity wildland fires and prescribed burns have long been presumed by scientists and resource managers to be harmless to soils, but this may not be the case, new research shows. According to two new studies, low-severity burns cause damage to soil structure and organic matter in ways that are not immediately apparent after a fire.
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Proposed Tariffs Will Impact Apple Watch, AirPods, HomePod, Mac Mini and More

  1. Proposed Tariffs Will Impact Apple Watch, AirPods, HomePod, Mac Mini and More  Mac Rumors
  2. Apple argues Trump’s tariff increase would affect Apple Watch, AirPods, Mac mini, more  9to5Mac
  3. If you own an iPhone 6 or later that isn’t holding its charge, now is the time to get your battery replaced  Yahoo Finance
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Ancient African herders had lasting ecological impact on grazed lands

Ancient animal herders added to the ecological richness and diversity of the African savanna thousands of years ago — an effect that persists to the present day, a new study finds. The herders’ practice of penning their cattle, goats and sheep at night created nutrient-rich grassy glades that still attract wildlife and have increased habitat diversity in the region, researchers report.
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