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Pakistani Heat Wave Kills 122 in Karachi

Residents in and around Karachi, Pakistan can expect another day of misery Monday from a deadly heat wave. Hospital officials say the dangerous weather has killed 122 people since Saturday. Doctors say nearly all of the deaths were caused by heat stroke, whose symptoms include high fever, trouble breathing and a barely audible heartbeat. Thermometers in Karachi, Pakistan's largest city, read 45 degrees Celsius (113 F) Saturday -- just short of the all-time record high ever recorded...

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