Москва задыхается от смога

5 Августа 2010, 12:35

A Russian girl wears a mask to protect herself from the forest fire smog in Moscow on August 4, 2010. Russia's worst heatwave for decades shows no sign of relenting, officials warned as firefighters battled hundreds of wildfires in a national disaster that has claimed at least 40 lives. President Dmitry Medvedev has declared a state of emergency in seven Russian regions over the fires which have left tens of thousands of hectares of land ablaze and uprooted hundreds from their homes. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
Russian people walks in central Moscow during forest fire smog on August 4, 2010. Russia's worst heatwave for decades shows no sign of relenting, officials warned as firefighters battled hundreds of wildfires in a national disaster that has claimed at least 40 lives. President Dmitry Medvedev has declared a state of emergency in seven Russian regions over the fires which have left tens of thousands of hectares of land ablaze and uprooted hundreds from their homes. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
People walk in central Moscow during forest fire smog on August 4, 2010. Russia's worst heatwave for decades shows no sign of relenting, officials warned as firefighters battled hundreds of wildfires in a national disaster that has claimed at least 40 lives. President Dmitry Medvedev has declared a state of emergency in seven Russian regions over the fires which have left tens of thousands of hectares of land ablaze and uprooted hundreds from their homes. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
TOPSHOTS A Russian traffic officer eats ice cream while standing in forest fire smog near the Kremlin in Moscow on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
People wear face masks to protect themselves from the forest fire smog near St. Basil's cathedral on Red Square in Moscow on August 4, 2010. The death toll from the wildfires that have ravaged Russia has risen to 48, the emergencies ministry on August 4, adding that over 400 new fires were recorded in the last 24 hours. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA
A pleasure boats drives through forest fire smog past the Kremlin in Moscow on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
Forest fire smog engulfs the Russian Foreign Ministry building in central Moscow in the early morning hours of August 5, 2010. With the week-long crisis showing no sign of abating amid Russia's worst heatwave in decades, the emergencies ministry said hundreds of new fires had started over the past day and more bodies were found. AFP PHOTO / BORIS YELENIN

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