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The United Nations weather agency has that extreme temperatures are "the new normal". Scientists climate change is making heatwaves longer, hotter and more frequent. Many countries have been record hot weather in the past week. In parts of the USA and China, the mercury over 50ºC (122ºF). In Death Valley, California, it was 53.9ºC; and in Xinjiang, China, it up to 52.2ºC. In Spain and Italy, the temperature to 46ºC. Many European countries and Japan have heat alerts. They people to stay in the shade and drink plenty of water. The U.N. weather agency has Europe's heatwave could for another month.

A spokesperson for the United Nations warned of the need to greenhouse gas emissions. He said: "Extreme weather is in frequency in our warming climate. It is a major impact on human health…and water supplies." He added: "We have to up efforts to society adapt to what is unfortunately the new normal." The European Travel Commission said the extreme heat is holidaymakers change their travel plans. People who used to holiday in Spain, Italy and Greece are to go to cooler countries instead. A woman who wanted to " the heat" by going to Rome that the Italian capital was hotter than her hometown in Texas.

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