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Hundreds of wildfires and high temperatures have created a deadly mix for drought-plagued Russia this summer.
The mortality rate has "doubled recently" because of extended heat and smog, bringing the number of deaths to about 700, according to Andrei Seltsovsky, the head of the city health department. Some residents of Moscow are wearing masks in an attempt to block out thick smog choking the city.
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