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The Youtube channel Bloomberg Television has published today a new video called Brutal Heat Wave Hits Asia. You want to discover this video and watch it in streaming, you are lucky we put it aside for you!
The video is currently in vogue on the web and could be at the top of the trends on Google's VOD platform. After it was uploaded just 30 minutes ago by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television, many Internet users started to watch it with great interest. It is often like that on this channel which regularly publishes videos similar to the one we are talking about today.
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Brutal Heat Wave Hits Asia published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
Asia remains in the grip of a blistering heat wave, chiming with predictions from climate scientists that 2023 could be the world's hottest year. Temperatures in Thailand remained above 40C in many northern and central regions over much of last week, pushing power demand to a fresh peak.
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