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Shandong issues high temperature alert

2010-06-29 00:32:29 GMT2010-06-29 08:32:29 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A man riding on a road wears his hat and wet towel to cool himself off in Heze, east China's Shandong Province, June 28, 2010. An orange alarm of high temperature was issued by the provincial meteorological department, forecasting the highest temperature would soar to over 37 degrees Celsius in the next two days. (Xinhua)

A woman wearing wet towel to cool herself off walks in Heze, east China's Shandong Province, June 28, 2010. An orange alarm of high temperature was issued by the provincial meteorological department, forecasting the highest temperature would soar to over 37 degrees Celsius in the next two days. (Xinhua)

Giant panda Quanquan plays with ice blocks at the Jinan zoo in Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong Province, June 28, 2010. An orange alarm of high temperature was issued in Jinan by the local meteorological department as the highest temperature reached 36 degrees Celsius Monday. (Xinhua/Lu Chuanquan)

A farmer works under an umbrella in Heze, east China's Shandong Province, June 28, 2010. An orange alarm of high temperature was issued by the provincial meteorological department, forecasting the highest temperature would soar to over 37 degrees Celsius in the next two days. (Xinhua)

An orange alarm of high temperature was issued by the provincial meteorological department, forecasting the highest temperature would soar to over 37 degrees Celsius in the next two days.

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