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    Images of sunrise in London on Tuesday as the UK faces another day of soaring temperatures. In Britain, forecasters said the current national record of 38.7 degrees Celsius (102 degrees Fahrenheit) could be broken and 40C breached for the first time, with experts blaming climate change and predicting more frequent extreme weather to come. IMAGES

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  • UN validates 38C Arctic heat from 2020 as record high

    A representative from the UN's World Meteorological Organization announces during a UN briefing that a new record-high temperature in the Arctic has been recognised, confirming a reading in Siberia last year of 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit). SOUNDBITE

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  • Last seven years on track to be hottest on record: UN

    The years from 2015 to 2021 are on track to be the seven hottest on record, the secretary-general of the World Meteorological Organization says during a press conference at the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow. SOUNDBITE

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  • Tokyo adds record 2,848 Covid-19 infections amid ongoing Olympic Games

    Tokyo, July 27 (EFE/EPA).- Tokyo on Tuesday added 2,848 new Covid-19 cases, the highest daily rise of infections in the Olympic host city since the pandemic began.The record spike in daily infections comes in the middle of the global sporting event that opened last Friday.The figure is more than the previous record of Jan.7 when health authorities detected 2,520 cases in the Japanese capital, currently in the fourth state of emergency since the pandemic began. (Camera: ARCHIVE). ARCHIVE FOOTAGE SHOWS TOKYO 2020 BANNERS LINING THE STREETS OF TOKYO AND DEMONSTRATORS PROTEST AGAINST THE TOKYO 2020 OLYMPICS IN TOKYO, JAPAN.

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  • ANA airline lost a record $3.7-billion billion in 2020

    Tokyo, Apr 30 (EFE/EPA).Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways Friday posted a record net loss of more than 405 billion yen ($3.7 billion) for the pandemic-struck financial year that ended on Mar.31. (Camera: FRANCK ROBICHON)SHOT LIST: B-ROLL OF ANA PLANES IN TOKYO, JAPAN.

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