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Wildfires rage across Europe as countries battle intense heat wave

As a scorching heat wave engulfs large parts of Europe this summer, fires have torn through dozens of countries across the European Union.

From Germany to France to Sweden, countries in Western Europe are set for another intense heat wave this week with temperatures soaring above 90 degrees, weather forecasters said.

The risk of forest fires remains high as above normal heat is expected to continue into

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