Russians seek shelter as fires rage out of control

Financial Times: Pollution from peat and forest fires raging around Moscow surged to new highs on Saturday as Muscovites continued to flee the choking smog that has shrouded the city. Officials said carbon monoxide had soared to nearly seven times acceptable levels, the highest since Russia's worst heatwave in more than a century began, sparking forest fires and drought across a huge swathe of European Russia. The US State department warned its citizens not to travel to Moscow or central ......

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