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13 Apr 2015
Fifteen people died and more than 460 sought medical treatment after wildfires caused by warm temperatures and high winds swept through southern Siberia, authorities said on Monday. A total of 468 were hurt and 77 people were hospitalised in the region of Khakassia in southeastern Siberia where fires raged on Sunday, a spokeswoman for the…

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