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Southeast Asia is enduring a brutal, record-setting heat wave

A dangerous and shattering heatwave is gripping Southeast Asia, closing schools, testing power grids and causing a notable increase in heat-related illnesses and deaths.

For several days, temperatures have climbed to 100 to 120 degrees from India to the Philippines, while rising into the 90s as far north as Japan.

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