On November 19, the Brazilian National Meteorological Institute recorded the highest temperature ever in Brazil, reaching a scorching 44.8 degrees Celsius in the Aracuai region of Minas Gerais state. This surpassed the previous record of 44.7 degrees set in 2005, and experts attribute this unusual weather to “El Niño”-induced climate change. However, there was a mistake earlier in the report that included information about an American singer Taylor Swift’s concert in Rio de Janeiro on November 17, which resulted in one participant falling ill and dying. It is unclear why this content was included in the paragraph about temperature records, but it should be removed for clarity. Additionally, there are several random links and text about casino websites, marketing, and other topics at the end of the article that do not relate to the topic at hand and should also be removed to create clear and focused paragraphs.