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Global warming may lead to irreversible damages in Antarctica

For years, the study of Antarctica has helped humanity better understand our planet, including its ice ages, glaciers, extinct creatures and plants, and much more. But scientists warn that changes in Antarctic ice caused by rising temperatures could expose humans to dangers that are difficult to control. Sarah Balter has more.

Turkey's Antarctic Mission: Scientists witness effects of climate change

Turkey's Antarctic Mission: Scientists witness effects of climate change

Climate Change: Farm animals helping to combat global warming

Climate Change: Farm animals helping to combat global warming

The antarctic glaciers are melting

The antarctic glaciers are melting

The climate crisis heats up

The climate crisis heats up

Outrage in India after Hindu man murdered by two Muslim men

Outrage in India after Hindu man murdered by two Muslim men

Ferdinand Marcos Jr vows to ensure food security in the Philippines

Ferdinand Marcos Jr vows to ensure food security in the Philippines

UN warns of unprecedented global hunger crisis fueled by conflict

UN warns of unprecedented global hunger crisis fueled by conflict

UN urges calm in Ethiopia-Sudan border dispute

UN urges calm in Ethiopia-Sudan border dispute

Jamala sings for Ukrainian children

Jamala sings for Ukrainian children

Lebanese army in fight for survival

Lebanese army in fight for survival

Farmers celebrate the start of rice planting season in Nepal

Farmers celebrate the start of rice planting season in Nepal

French court hands down Paris attacks verdict

French court hands down Paris attacks verdict

Russia NATO's 'most direct threat'

Russia NATO's 'most direct threat'

Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years over sex trafficking

Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years over sex trafficking

Hutchinson: Guiliani said we are going to the Capitol on January 6

Hutchinson: Guiliani said we are going to the Capitol on January 6

Recommendations issued to the newly-elected left-wing government

Recommendations issued to the newly-elected left-wing government

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