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Greece, Britain and Israel help fight massive forest fire in Cyprus

Greece, Britain and Israel have sent planes and helicopters to Cyprus to help fight one of the biggest forest fires to hit the island in years.

Greece, Britain and Israel have sent planes and helicopters to Cyprus to help fight one of the biggest forest fires to hit the island in years.

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Why is Sicily burning?

A heat wave, fanned by a strong Sirocco wind, is spreading wildfires around Palermo in Sicily. But have they been started deliberately?

A heat wave, fanned by a strong Sirocco wind, is spreading wildfires around Palermo in Sicily. But have they been started deliberately?

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Wildfires spread in Sicily

Firefighters in Sicily are battling more than a hundred wildfires on the Italian island, some of which may have been started deliberately.

Firefighters in Sicily are battling more than a hundred wildfires on the Italian island, some of which may have been started deliberately.

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Russian forest fires

A state of emergency has been declared in Russia’s Amur Region after 17 forest fires spread across an area of 9,700 acres. An amphibia plane is

A state of emergency has been declared in Russia’s Amur Region after 17 forest fires spread across an area of 9,700 acres. An amphibia plane is

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Canada wildfires: 90% of Fort McMurray intact

Despite the extensive damage caused by a week of wildfires, officials in Canada say most of Fort McMurray, the town at the heart of the blaze, still

Despite the extensive damage caused by a week of wildfires, officials in Canada say most of Fort McMurray, the town at the heart of the blaze, still

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Damage less than feared as Canada wildfire slows down

Canadian officials say the wildfire in Alberta is finally slowing down and the damage is much less than feared. Up to ninety percent of the buildings

Canadian officials say the wildfire in Alberta is finally slowing down and the damage is much less than feared. Up to ninety percent of the buildings