People are nearly always unhappy about one thing – the weather. And this summer is no exception.
The scorching wave of heat is a big joy for most holiday-makers who swarm to the Baltic resorts at Palanga (Lithuania), Jurmala (Latvia) and Parnu (Estonia). The farmers, however, foresee a catastrophic harvest, if any, upon seeing their parched patches of crops. Over a dozen Lithuanian municipalities have declared a state of emergency due to drought, and so it has been in Latvia as well, though in fewer municipalities. However, Latvia has been battling wildfires, which,...
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