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The European climate service Copernicus said Monday broke the previous day's record of the world's hottest day ever. It鈥檚 yet another heat record that鈥檚 been shattered in the past couple of years. Copernicus鈥 preliminary data shows the global average temperature Monday was 17.15 degrees Celsius, or 62.87 degrees Fahrenheit, which beats Sunday's record by 0.06 degrees Celsius. The previous record before Sunday was set just a year ago. Before last year, the previous recorded hottest day was in 2016 when average temperatures were at 16.8 degrees Celsius, or 62.24 degrees Fahrenheit.

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A domestic plane has slipped off the runway and crashed at the airport serving Nepal鈥檚 capital. The 18 passengers were killed. The pilot had eye injuries and was taken to the hospital for treatment. The Saurya Airlines plane was heading from Kathmandu to the resort town of Pokhara. Tribhuvan International Airport was closed as emergency crews worked.