Europe has experienced another sweltering day as a heatwave that has already claimed several lives continues across parts of the continent.
Temperatures in France were slightly lower than on Friday, when the country recorded its highest-ever temperature.
But some areas of northern Spain saw temperatures soar above 40C, with the city of Zaragoza recording 42C and a meteorological station between the Catalan towns of Vinebre and Masroig – close to an area already hit by wildfires – recording 43.3C.
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