France suffers highest ever recorded temperature

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BOILING: The temperature hit 45.9C in southern France on Friday CREDIT: Shutterstock


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FRANCE has registered its highest temperature since records began.

The mercury climbed to a stifling 45.9C in the southern village of Gallargues-le-Montueux on Friday. The previous record was 44.1C in 2003.

Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic have all recorded their highest ever temperatures for June.

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The spell of exceptionally hot weather affecting much of Europe has reportedly caused at least two deaths from suspected heatstroke in Spain and helped create the conditions for a massive wildfire which has been raging for several days in Tarragona.

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