Lethal heatwave persists in India and Pakistan, straining energy grid and triggering glacial floods
Over 1 billion people are enduring an unexpected heatwave in South Asia. The triple-digit temperatures have strained the energy grid and triggered glacial flash-floods that have leveled towns.
NPR’s Lauren Frayer joins us.
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