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July 10, 2017
At Ikea, Chinese shoppers make themselves at home
Shanghai (AFP) July 6, 2017
When it's sweltering in Shanghai, do as the locals do and settle down for a nap at Ikea - if you can find an open bed. Chinese have a peculiar penchant for making themselves at home in the Swedish retailer's airconditioned showrooms, snoozing on beds, dozing on couches, and eating at dinner tables - and the phenomenon is on full display as the sweltering summer sets in. With the mercury pushing 37 C (98.6 F) and outside feeling distinctly muggy, people from all walks of life - children with p ... read more

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Turkey, Greece swelter under soaring temperatures
Turkey was on Sunday sweltering in a weekend heatwave that caused record temperatures in much of the country and triggered forest fires in the Aegean region. ... more
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Five dead as heatwave hits Bulgarian capital
Five people died on Saturday as soaring temperatures hit the Bulgarian capital Sofia where the mercury was expected to reach as high as 44 degrees Celsius (111.2 degrees Fahrenheit), hospital sources said. ... more
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France marks hottest post-war June day as Europe sizzles
France marked its hottest June day since World War II on Wednesdayas overheated residents across swathes of Europe coped with another day of sizzling temperatures. ... more
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Two dead as rain storms lash Germany, spark rail chaos
Heavy summer storms in northern Germany killed two people and crippled railway services Thursday while a tornado was seen near Hamburg. ... more
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Heatwave scorches Europe, from London to Siberia
Europe sizzled in a continent-wide heatwave on Wednesday, with London seeing Britain's hottest June day since 1976 as Portugal battled to stamp out deadly forest fires. ... more
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Lightning kills 22 in Bangladesh
Lightning strikes have killed at least 22 people in Bangladesh in the last 48 hours, authorities said Tuesday, a week after monsoon rains triggered a series of deadly landslides in the country. ... more
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Grounded flights, fires and power outages as temps soar in US
A scorching heatwave in the western United States has grounded flights, caused fires and prompted power outages, with record temperatures expected Tuesday in several states including Arizona and Nevada. ... more
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Even 2C warming means more killer heatwaves: study
Climate change will sharply boost the frequency of lethal heatwaves even if humanity caps global warming at two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit), the core goal of the Paris Agreement, scientists said Monday. ... more

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Fresh landslides hit Bangladesh, kill four in their homes
Fresh landslides killed four people and sent hundreds fleeing in Bangladesh on Sunday, police said, just days after the worst mudslides on record left more than 150 dead amid a heavy monsoon. ... more
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Fierce storm in Chile kills four, wreaks havoc
A storm packing fierce winds and torrential rain killed four people in Chile as it wrecked homes, flooded streets and left nearly a quarter million people without electricity, the government said Saturday. ... more
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Heavy rains kill 14 in Niger, 11 in Ivory Coast
At least 14 people, mostly children, have died in Niger and 11 in Ivory Coast after heavy rains this week triggered landslides and caused homes to collapse, UN and local officials said Friday. ... more
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Spanish school kids seek heat relief... in funeral home
It's hot in Spain, so much so that over-heated students near Madrid were transferred from their school to a cooler place... which turned out to be the local air-conditioned funeral home. ... more
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Bangladesh steps up search for landslide victims
Emergency workers in Bangladesh on Thursday stepped up the search for victims of the country's worst ever landslides, with mounting claims that the disaster was made worse by unchecked development. ... more
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Heavy rain, landslides kill at least 134 in Bangladesh
Heavy monsoon rains and landslides have killed at least 134 people in southeast Bangladesh, burying many in their homes as they slept, authorities said Tuesday. ... more
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Heavy rains kill at least 35 in Bangladesh
Heavy monsoon rains have killed at least 35 people in southeast Bangladesh, most of them buried under landslides, authorities said Tuesday. ... more
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Small climb in mean temperatures linked to far higher chance of deadly heat waves
An increase in mean temperature of 0.5 degrees Celsius over half a century may not seem all that serious, but it's enough to have more than doubled the probability of a heat wave killing in excess o ... more

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Storm destroys 1,000 refugee homes in Nigeria
Torrential rains and wind destroyed 1,000 makeshift homes in northeast Nigeria over the weekend, aggravating conditions for the thousands of people displaced by Boko Haram violence, the United Nations said. ... more
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Violent storm kills 13 in Moscow area
A violent storm swept through Moscow area Monday, leaving 13 people dead and dozens injured as freak winds toppled hundreds of trees, officials said. ... more
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Death toll from Moscow storm rises to 15
The death toll from an exceptionally violent storm that hit Moscow area on Monday has risen to 15, Russian authorities said Tuesday, amid anger about failure to warn residents in time. ... more
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'Panic' in Bangladesh factories as workers collapse in heatwave
Panic broke out in more than a dozen factories in Bangladesh's capital as hundreds of garment workers fell ill in a heatwave, forcing the plants to close, police said Thursday. ... more
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Seven dead, 19 missing in Haiti storms
Seven people have died and 19 fishermen are reported lost at sea after two days of heavy rain lashed Haiti, the interior ministry said Friday. ... more
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Dust storm blows across north China, flights cancelled
A major dust storm engulfed northern China and Beijing on Thursday, prompting authorities to cancel dozens of flights and urge children and the elderly to stay indoors. ... more
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SimRadar: A polarimetric radar time-series simulator for tornadic debris studies
A University of Oklahoma research team with the Advanced Radar Research Center has developed the first numerical polarimetric radar simulator to study and characterize scattering mechanisms of debri ... more
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Storms in US South and Midwest kill at least 14
Deadly weekend storms have left at least 14 dead in the midwestern and southern United States, according to officials, as eastern regions faced potential damaging winds and isolated tornadoes into Monday. ... more
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