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Europe heat wave sparks massive wildfire in Spain, record temperatures in France

As a heat wave continues to scorch parts of Western Europe, a wildfire has broken out in northeastern Spain and France measured its highest-ever June temperature. The heat is expected to continue into the weekend.

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