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South Asia suffers record heat wave

By DW
02 September 2022   |   9:42 am
India is experiencing a record heatwave in many parts of the country, which experts say is linked to climate change. DW’s Manira Chaudhary visits an agricultural belt in the state of Maharashtra which has been particularly hard hit.

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