The Russian capital Moscow is covered in dense smog from wildfires that have been burning since late July. The fires have ravaged western Russia, killing hundreds of people and leaving more than 4,000 homeless. Reporter Julia Ioffe, who writes for a number of American publications from her base in Moscow, talks to Steve Inskeep about the blazes.
Wildfires Choke Moscow With Smoke
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