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A man pours water over himself while washing a horse in order to cool it down as part of measures taken to ease the effect of a heatwave at the Beirut Hippodrome, Lebanon August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Azaki
“Punishing dog days,” “blazing heat,” and “skin darkener” are terms gaining popularity in the Arab world as temperatures soar to unprecedented degrees, ushering in the worst summer heatwave yet. Mid-July till the end of August have long been the hottest days during...
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Riyadh – General Authority of Meteorology and Environmental Protection reported Tuesday that temperature is expected to reach 42 to 45C during the day in central and east of Saudi Arabia and could exceed 50C in west of al-Khafji. The General Authority for...
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The weather will be caused by warmer air blown in from the continent CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images
London – Following a long rainy winter, British people are enjoying a hot summer and chose to go outside for the hottest day in U.K. with temperatures soaring as high as 32C. “Yesterday was the hottest day so far with 30C in London and we are expecting it to increase...
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A jet takes off from Sky Harbor International Airport, Friday, June 28, 2013 in Phoenix. Airlines are monitoring the soaring temperatures to make sure it’s safe to fly as excessive heat engulfs much of the Desert Southwest (AP Photo/Matt York)
Las Vegas, Associated Press—A man died and another was hospitalized in serious condition Saturday afternoon in heat-aggravated incidents as a heat wave blistered this sunbaked city and elsewhere in the Southwest. Forecasters said temperatures in Las Vegas shot up to...