Extreme heat in Japan leaves 6 killed, 3500 injured in a week

WorldNews Wednesday, 5 August 2020
Extreme heat in Japan leaves 6 killed, 3500 injured in a weekTokyo [Japan]: Six people died and almost 3,500 others suffered health complications linked to extreme temperatures that blanketed Japan over the past week, the Japanese Fire and Disaster...

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