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All-time high temperature records fall in Asia, Africa, Middle East in 2010

Africa, Asia, and the Middle East all saw their all-time high temperature records broken in May and June of this year - 2010:

- Pakistan: 128.3°F, May 26
- Myanmar: 116.6°F, May 12
- Iraq: 125.6°F, June 14
- Saudi Arabia: 125.6°F, June 22
- Chad: 117.7°F, June 22
- Niger: 118.8°F, June 22

Bahrain, Kuwait, and Quatar tied their high-temperature records in June 2010.