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This aerial picture taken from an airplane on July 27, 2021, shows the smoke rising from a forest fire outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, in Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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This aerial picture taken from an airplane on July 27, 2021, shows the smoke rising from a forest fire outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, in Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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TOPSHOT This aerial picture taken from an airplane on July 27, 2021, shows the smoke rising from a forest fire outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, in Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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This aerial picture taken from an airplane on July 27, 2021, shows the smoke rising from a forest fire outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, in Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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TOPSHOT This aerial picture taken from an airplane on July 27, 2021, shows the smoke rising from a forest fire outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, in Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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This aerial picture taken from an airplane on July 27, 2021, shows the smoke rising from a forest fire outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, in Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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This aerial picture taken from an airplane on July 27, 2021, shows the smoke rising from a forest fire outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, in Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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This aerial picture taken from an airplane on July 27, 2021, shows the smoke rising from a forest fire outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, in Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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This aerial picture taken from an airplane on July 27, 2021, shows the smoke rising from a forest fire outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, in Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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This aerial picture taken from an airplane on July 27, 2021, shows the smoke rising from a forest fire outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, in Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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This aerial picture taken from an airplane on July 27, 2021, shows the smoke rising from a forest fire outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, in Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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This aerial picture taken from an airplane on July 27, 2021, shows the smoke rising from a forest fire outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, in Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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TOPSHOT This aerial picture taken on July 27, 2021, shows the shadow of an aircraft of the Air Forest Protection Service flying over a burned forest in the republic of Sakha outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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Vladimir Stroyev, pilot observer of Air Forest Protection Service, takes part in an observation flight over forest fires outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, Siberia - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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Vladimir Stroyev, pilot observer of Air Forest Protection Service, takes a rest after an observation flight over forest fires outside the village of Berdigestyakh, in the republic of Sakha, Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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TOPSHOT This picture taken on July 27, 2021, shows the sunlight filtered through smoke from burning forests near the village of Magaras in the republic of Sakha, Siberia. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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Men repair their truck in smoke from a forest fire on a road near Magaras, in the republic of Sakha, Siberia, on July 27, 2021. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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TOPSHOT A couple rides a pedal boat as smoke from nearby forest fires hangs over the city of Yakutsk, in the republic of Sakha, Siberia, on July 27, 2021. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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Women sit in a car as smoke from nearby forest fires hangs over the city of Yakutsk, in the republic of Sakha, Siberia, on July 27, 2021. - Russia is plagued by widespread forest fires, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in Siberia being the worst affected. According to many scientists, Russia -- especially its Siberian and Arctic regions -- is among the countries most exposed to climate change. The country has set numerous records in recent years and in June 2020 registered 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the town of Verkhoyansk -- the highest temperature recorded above the Arctic circle since measurements began. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
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Denis Markov, an instructor at a base for paratrooper firefighters from Tomsk speaks during his interview fro the Associated Press at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Friday, July 23, 2021. "Volunteers are doing a great job. Their help is significant because the area and distances are quite large, so the more people there are, the more effective our efforts are to control the fires," said Dennis Markov. The hardest hit area is the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, in the far northeast of Russia, about 5,000 kilometers (3,200 miles) from Moscow. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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A member of volunteers crew mops up spot fires at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Thursday, July 22, 2021. The hardest hit area is the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, in the far northeast of Russia, about 5,000 kilometers (3,200 miles) from Moscow. About 85% of all of Russia's fires are in the republic, and heavy smoke forced a temporary closure of the airport in the regional capital of Yakutsk, a city of about 280,000 people. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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A member of volunteers crew walks past a burning grass near the edge of the fire at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Thursday, July 22, 2021. The hardest hit area is the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, in the far northeast of Russia, about 5,000 kilometers (3,200 miles) from Moscow. About 85% of all of Russia's fires are in the republic, and heavy smoke forced a temporary closure of the airport in the regional capital of Yakutsk, a city of about 280,000 people. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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Maxim Yefremov, member of volunteers crew adjusts his gas mask as he mops up spot fires at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Thursday, July 22, 2021. The hardest hit area is the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, in the far northeast of Russia, about 5,000 kilometers (3,200 miles) from Moscow. About 85% of all of Russia's fires are in the republic, and heavy smoke forced a temporary closure of the airport in the regional capital of Yakutsk, a city of about 280,000 people. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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A member of volunteers crew monitors a backfire they lit to stop the fire from spreading at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Thursday, July 22, 2021. The hardest hit area is the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, in the far northeast of Russia, about 5,000 kilometers (3,200 miles) from Moscow. About 85% of all of Russia's fires are in the republic, and heavy smoke forced a temporary closure of the airport in the regional capital of Yakutsk, a city of about 280,000 people. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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Members of Avialesookhrana crew rest as they dig a moat to stop a forest fire at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Thursday, July 22, 2021. The hardest hit area is the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, in the far northeast of Russia, about 5,000 kilometers (3,200 miles) from Moscow. About 85% of all of Russia's fires are in the republic, and heavy smoke forced a temporary closure of the airport in the regional capital of Yakutsk, a city of about 280,000 people. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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Members of volunteers crew walk to their camp after battle the fire at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Thursday, July 22, 2021. The hardest hit area is the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, in the far northeast of Russia, about 5,000 kilometers (3,200 miles) from Moscow. About 85% of all of Russia's fires are in the republic, and heavy smoke forced a temporary closure of the airport in the regional capital of Yakutsk, a city of about 280,000 people. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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Mikhail Zhirkov, member of volunteers crew speaks during his interview with the Associated Press at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Thursday, July 22, 2021. More than 5,000 regular firefighters are involved, but the scale of the blazes is so large and the area is so enormous that 55% of the fires aren't being fought at all, according to Avialesookhrana, the agency that oversees the effort. That means the volunteers, who take time off work and rely on their own money or nongovernmental funds, are a small but important addition to the overwhelmed forces. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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A member of volunteers crew rests as he mops up spot fires at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Thursday, July 22, 2021. The hardest hit area is the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, in the far northeast of Russia, about 5,000 kilometers (3,200 miles) from Moscow. Volunteers have joined over 5,000 regular firefighters in the effort, motivated by their love of the vast region. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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Member of volunteers crew dig a fire-break moat to stop the fire from spreading at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Tuesday, July 20, 2021. The hardest hit area is the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, in the far northeast of Russia, about 5,000 kilometers (3,200 miles) from Moscow. About 85% of all of Russia's fires are in the republic, and heavy smoke forced a temporary closure of the airport in the regional capital of Yakutsk, a city of about 280,000 people. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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Member of volunteers crew rest at their tent camp at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Tuesday, July 20, 2021. The hardest hit area is the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, in the far northeast of Russia, about 5,000 kilometers (3,200 miles) from Moscow. Volunteers have joined over 5,000 regular firefighters in the effort, motivated by their love of the vast region. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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A member of volunteers crew monitors the fire from spreading at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Tuesday, July 20, 2021. The hardest hit area is the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, in the far northeast of Russia, about 5,000 kilometers (3,200 miles) from Moscow. Volunteers have joined over 5,000 regular firefighters in the effort, motivated by their love of the vast region. The volunteers rely on their own money or funds from nongovernmental groups. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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Smoke form a forest fire covers Yakustk, the capital of the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Monday, July 19, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Yevgeny Sofroneyev)
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Smoke form a forest fire covers Yakustk, the capital of the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Monday, July 19, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Yevgeny Sofroneyev)
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Smoke form a forest fire covers Yakustk, the capital of the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Monday, July 19, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Yevgeny Sofroneyev)
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In this handout photo taken from video released by Russian Emergency Situations Ministry press service, a Russian Emergency Ministry's Beriev multipurpose amphibious aircraft Be-200 takes-off to drop water during extinguishing a forest fire in the republic of Sakha also knows as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with Sakha-Yakutia in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected region lately. Local emergency officials said 187 fires raged in the region on Sunday, and the total areas engulfed by blazes have grown by 100,000 hectares (about 247,000 acres) in the past 24 hours. (Russian Emergency Situations Ministry press service via AP)
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In this photo taken from video released by Russian Emergency Situations Ministry press service, a Russian Emergency Ministry's Beriev multipurpose amphibious aircraft Be-200 drops water to extinguish a forest fire in the republic of Sakha also knows as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with Sakha-Yakutia in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected region lately. (Russian Emergency Situations Ministry press service via AP)
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In this photo taken from video released by Russian Emergency Situations Ministry press service, a Russian Emergency Ministry's Beriev multipurpose amphibious aircraft Be-200 drops water during extinguishing a forest fire in the republic of Sakha also knows as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with Sakha-Yakutia in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected region lately. (Russian Emergency Situations Ministry press service via AP)
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In this handout photo taken from video released by Russian Emergency Situations Ministry press service, a Russian Emergency Ministry's Beriev multipurpose amphibious aircraft Be-200 drops water during extinguishing a forest fire in the republic of Sakha also knows as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with Sakha-Yakutia in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected region lately. (Russian Emergency Situations Ministry press service via AP)
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In this handout photo taken from video released by Russian Emergency Situations Ministry press service, an air view of a forest in the republic of Sakha also knows as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with Sakha-Yakutia in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected region lately. (Russian Emergency Situations Ministry press service via AP)
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Smoke from a forest fire covers Yakustk, the capital of the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Monday, July 19, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Yevgeny Sofroneyev)
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Volunteers and employees of the Yakutlesresurs extinguish a forest fire outside Magaras village 87 km. (61 miles) west of Yakustk, the capital of the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Alexey Vasilyev)
PHOTO TAKEN ON SUNDAY, JULY 18, 2021
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Volunteers and employees of the Yakutlesresurs dig a moat to stop a forest fire outside Magaras village 87 km. (61 miles) west of Yakustk, the capital of the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Alexey Vasilyev)
PHOTO TAKEN ON SUNDAY, JULY 18, 2021
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An employee of the Yakutlesresurs extinguishes a forest fire outside Magaras village 87 km. (61 miles) west of Yakustk, the capital of the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Alexey Vasilyev)
PHOTO TAKEN ON SUNDAY, JULY 18, 2021
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Volunteers and employees of the Yakutlesresurs dig a moat to stop a forest fire outside Magaras village 87 km. (61 miles) west of Yakustk, the capital of the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Alexey Vasilyev)
photo taken on Sunday, July 18, 2021
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Volunteers and employees of the Yakutlesresurs dig a moat to stop a forest fire outside Magaras village 87 km. (61 miles) west of Yakustk, the capital of the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Alexey Vasilyev)
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Employees of the Yakutlesresurs rest as they dig a firebreak moat to stop a forest fire outside Magaras village 87 km. (61 miles) west of Yakustk, the capital of the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Alexey Vasilyev)
PHOTO TAKEN ON SUNDAY, JULY 18, 2021
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A volunteer helps dig a firebreak to stop a forest fire outside Magaras village 87 km. (61 miles) west of Yakustk, the capital of the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Alexey Vasilyev)
PHOTO TAKEN ON SUNDAY, JULY 18, 2021
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Volunteers rest as they dig a firebreak moat to stop a forest fire outside Magaras village 87 km. (61 miles) west of Yakustk, the capital of the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Alexey Vasilyev)
PHOTO TAKEN ON SUNDAY, JULY 18, 2021
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In this grab taken from video released by the Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, an air view of smoke from a forest fire in the republic of Sakha also knows as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Saturday, July 17, 2021. Russia has engaged a military aircraft to fight wildfires that have engulfed wide swaths of Siberia. (Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)
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In this grab taken from video released by the Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, a view of a water tank attached to a helicopter, used to extinguish wildfires in the republic of Sakha also knows as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Saturday, July 17, 2021. The Russian military has used its heavy-lift transport planes to help douse wildfires in Siberia. The Defense Ministry said Saturday that over the last 24 hours the crew of Il-76 military transport planes dropped water on forest fires in Yakutia in northeastern Siberia. The ministry said that military helicopters also dropped water to extinguish fires and also carried firefighters. (Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)
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Volunteers douse a forest fire in the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Saturday, July 17, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
JULY 17, 2021, PHOTO
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Volunteers rest as they dig a moat to stop a forest fire in the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Saturday, July 17, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
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Smoke from nearby wildfires hangs over Magaras, Russia, a small town west of Yakutsk, in July 2021. For the third year in a row, residents of northeastern Siberia are reeling from the worst wildfires they can remember, and many are left feeling helpless, angry and alone. (Nanna Heitmann/The New York Times)
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Smoke from nearby wildfires hangs over Magaras, Russia, a small town west of Yakutsk, in July 2021. For the third year in a row, residents of northeastern Siberia are reeling from the worst wildfires they can remember, and many are left feeling helpless, angry and alone. (Nanna Heitmann/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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A farmer harvests hay as smoke hung over Magaras, Russia, a small town west of Yakutsk, in July 2021. For the third year in a row, residents of northeastern Siberia are reeling from the worst wildfires they can remember, and many are left feeling helpless, angry and alone. (Nanna Heitmann/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Volunteers prepare to douse a forest fire in the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Saturday, July 17, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
JULY 17, 2021, PHOTO
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A volunteer heads to douse a forest fire in the republic of Sakha also known as Yakutia, Russia Far East, Saturday, July 17, 2021. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected. (AP Photo/Ivan Nikiforov)
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Ivan Nikiforov, member of volunteers crew pose for a photo as he monitors a backfire they lit to stop the fire from spreading at Gorny Ulus area west of Yakutsk, Russia, Saturday, July 17, 2021. As the smoke intensified, Ivan Nikiforov took a leave from his office job in the city ??" not to escape the bad air but to head into the fires as a volunteer. The volunteers rely on their own money or funds from nongovernmental groups. The hardest hit area is the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, in the far northeast of Russia, about 5,000 kilometers (3,200 miles) from Moscow. (AP Photo/Albert Nogovitsin)
PHOTO TAKEN ON THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021
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Maria Nogovitsina, a retired kindergarten director living in Magaras, Russia, a small town west of Yakutsk, in July 2021. For the third year in a row, residents of northeastern Siberia are reeling from the worst wildfires they can remember, and many are left feeling helpless, angry and alone. "If we don't have the forest, we don't have life," Nogovitsina said. (Nanna Heitmann/The New York Times)
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Smoke from wildfires obscures a view of the vast Lena River south of Yakutsk, Russia in July 2021. For the third year in a row, residents of northeastern Siberia are reeling from the worst wildfires they can remember, and many are left feeling helpless, angry and alone. (Nanna Heitmann/The New York Times)
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A forest fire burns on the road between Magaras and Berdigestyakh, west of Yakutsk, Russia, in July 2021. For the third year in a row, residents of northeastern Siberia are reeling from the worst wildfires they can remember, and many are left feeling helpless, angry and alone. (Nanna Heitmann/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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A forest fire burns on the road between Magaras and Berdigestyakh, west of Yakutsk, Russia, in July 2021. For the third year in a row, residents of northeastern Siberia are reeling from the worst wildfires they can remember, and many are left feeling helpless, angry and alone. (Nanna Heitmann/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Volunteers battle the forest fires burning on the road between Magaras and Berdigestyakh, west of Yakutsk, Russia, in July 2021. For the third year in a row, residents of northeastern Siberia are reeling from the worst wildfires they can remember, and many are left feeling helpless, angry and alone. (Nanna Heitmann/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Horses graze in Magaras, Russia, a small town west of Yakutsk, in July 2021. For the third year in a row, residents of northeastern Siberia are reeling from the worst wildfires they can remember, and many are left feeling helpless, angry and alone. (Nanna Heitmann/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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A volunteer battles the forest fires burning on the road between Magaras and Berdigestyakh, west of Yakutsk, Russia, in July 2021. For the third year in a row, residents of northeastern Siberia are reeling from the worst wildfires they can remember, and many are left feeling helpless, angry and alone. (Nanna Heitmann/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Volunteer battle a the forest fire burning on the road between Magaras and Berdigestyakh, west of Yakutsk, Russia, in July 2021. For the third year in a row, residents of northeastern Siberia are reeling from the worst wildfires they can remember, and many are left feeling helpless, angry and alone. (Nanna Heitmann/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Smoke from nearby wildfires hangs over a beach on the Lena River in Yakutsk, Russia, July 2021. For the third year in a row, residents of northeastern Siberia are reeling from the worst wildfires they can remember, and many are left feeling helpless, angry and alone. (Nanna Heitmann/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!

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