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Siberian city residents advised to stay home to avoid smoke from wildfires
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Siberian city residents advised to stay home to avoid smoke from wildfires

Smoke from wildfires covered the Siberian city of Yakutsk on Sunday where people were advised by the mayor to stay home and not open windows as the region fights unprecedented blazes the Kremlin blames on climate change.
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