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Claim: Climate change caused the devastating floods in part of Brazilian´s Southeast region, study says

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Torrential rain made over 90,000 people homeless in Minas Gerais state, where the probability of far higher volumes of rain than expected has increased 70% owing to industrialization and global warming.

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