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Huge garbage fire chokes Indian capital


Smoke from a huge rubbish dump blaze chokes India's unseasonably hot capital. Tuesday night's fire was the fourth to break out in less than a month at a landfill in New Delhi, where a running heatwave has added extra discomfort to the city's hot and dry spring climate.

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