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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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