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Torrential Rain Hits Moscow Following Record Heatwave

Torrential rains pounded Moscow on Monday after the city's 142-year record heatwave over the past week. Roofs were ripped from buildings while many Metro stations and city streets flooded from the downpour. But despite the damage, many Muscovites were thankful for the brief reprieve from the heat and humidity of the previous week.

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