London/Moscow — After the hottest winter on record, the Russian spring has brought a Siberian heat wave that is reigniting fires still smouldering since last year.

The region has had unusually warm weather this month, with temperatures in parts of the Arctic up to 16°C higher than usual, says Russia’s federal meteorological service...

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