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Which natural resource is a source of conflict in Central Asia and the Caucasus? A. Water B. Timber C. Gold D. Copper
A. Water. The Caspian Sea, is an important port, everyone in the area wants control of it.
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User: Which natural resource is a source of conflict in Central Asia and the Caucasus? A. Water B. Timber C. Gold D. Copper







Weegy: A. Water. The Caspian Sea, is an important port, everyone in the area wants control of it.
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User: Where do the majority of people in South Asia live? A. Along the coasts of the Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean B. In the Himalayas around the major mountain passes C. In the flood plains around the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers D. In rapidly growing cities scattered throughout the region

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