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A heat wave has gripped Russia and Poland, with temperatures in some cities soaring above 30 degrees Celsius.
People in Moscow cooled off in water fountains on Saturday, as the temperature hit 32 degrees Celsius. Weather forecasters predict temperatures in the Russian capital to continue above 30 degrees Celsius on Sunday. Meanwhile in neighboring Poland, some regions are experiencing the hottest summer on record. Residents in the southwestern cities including Katowice and Wroclaw also cooled off in city fountains and by resting under the shade of park trees.
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