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California governor calls wildfires 'deadly moment,' urges residents to flee
August 22, 2020
California governor calls wildfires 'deadly moment,' urges residents to flee
CALIFORNIA (Reuters) – Hundreds of wildfires burning across Central and Northern California that have already killed six people more than doubled in size on Friday, becoming some of the largest
Out-of-control California wildfires displaces thousands
August 20, 2020
Out-of-control California wildfires displaces thousands
CALIFORNIA (AFP) - As hundreds of fast-moving wildfires spread across the region, burning houses and leading to the death of a helicopter pilot, thousands of people fled their homes in
Heatwave and high winds threaten to reignite Australian wildfires
January 30, 2020
Heatwave and high winds threaten to reignite Australian wildfires
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Swathes of southeast Australia were bracing on Thursday for a days-long heatwave that threatens to stoke bushfires that have been burning for months. As firefighters and residents prepared
Smoke stalls rescues as Australia plans for next fiery onslaught
January 6, 2020
Smoke stalls rescues as Australia plans for next fiery onslaught
MELBOURNE/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian officials took advantage of better weather on Monday to reopen roads blocked by wildfires and move some people to safety although thick smoke stalled rescue efforts
World welcomes 2020, but celebrations shadowed by wildfires, protests, Korea tensions
January 1, 2020
World welcomes 2020, but celebrations shadowed by wildfires, protests, Korea tensions
SYDNEY/HONG KONG/LONDON (Reuters) – The world celebrated the New Year on Wednesday with fireworks displays from Sydney to London, although celebrations were clouded by deadly wildfires in Australia, protests in
Thousands of people trapped in Australian coastal town by huge wildfires
December 31, 2019
Thousands of people trapped in Australian coastal town by huge wildfires
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Thousands of tourists and residents in an Australian seaside town hunkered down in public buildings or waded into water at the seafront on Tuesday as wailing emergency