Temperature records are falling all across Europe as an intense heatwave grips the continent.
Soaring temperatures set new records in England, the Netherlands, and in Paris, where a chocolate Eiffel Tower melted into a puddle of fondue in just minutes.
The hottest temperature ever was measured in Paris yesterday at 42.6C, or 108.6 Fahrenheit.
The heatwave comes after the hottest June on record.
Scientists have warned that the climate crisis is making summer heatwaves five times more likely and significantly more intense.
"The Guardian" has more details about the heatwave here.
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