All Things Considered
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Iraq's power system is struggling to meet the demand for electrical power ahead of summer, when temperatures can surpass 100 degrees.
Temperatures in Iraq do not reach 140 degrees in summer, as reported. The highest temperature ever recorded anywhere is 136. Baghdad in the middle of summer averages 110.
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