Glacier melt in Italy’s Dolimites has revealed the bodies of two World War I soldiers, renewing concerns in the region about global warming.
The soldiers were members of an artillery unit in the Austro-Hungarian army, according to Italian news agency ANSA. They were trapped in snow and ice for nearly 100 years after being killed in May 1918 in a fierce battle with Italian forces.
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