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The EU is sending firefighters, drones and experts to help Bolivia fight forest fires
Fires continue to consume the normally lush Amazon, killing animals and leading to respiratory illnesses according to the leader of an indigenous group in Rondonia state.
These past few weeks, the world’s eyes have been set on the fires ravaging the Amazon forest in Brazil and Bolivia.
We spoke to an expert to find out whether we should be more concerned about the ecological impact in Africa than South America.
On the burned ground, dead animals are found and the others are running after a wildfire raged in the area
Peru and Colombia want Amazonian countries to meet on September 6 and find a solution to the fires ravaging the forest.
Thousands took to the streets in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday to demand that more be done to battle the wildfires in Brazil that have swept through parts of the Amazon region.
Six states in the Amazon region of Brazil have asked the military for help to combat fires in the rainforest
A NASA scientist has contradicted Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro over his defiance concerning fires raging in the Amazon rainforest using satellite images to back up his position.
A wildfire that has raged across vast areas of the Spanish island of Gran Canaria since the weekend has abated as winds drop, local officials said Tuesday.
Around 2000 residents have been moved from their homes on Gran Canaria because of second forest fire within a week.
Amazon fires generate smoke cloud almost as big as devastating Siberia blaze
The smoke cloud extends to an area of 7 million sq km, while the EU is 4.476 million square kilometres.
A wildfire spread close to a National Park and to an area popular with holidaymakers on the Canary Island of Gran Canaria. 1,000 hectares have burned and forced for precaution the evacuation of local residents from their homes.
Siberia's wildfires are only getting bigger despite Russian airforce intervention, Greenpeace Russia warned this week.
A massive fire swept through a neighborhood in the Callo district of Lima, Peru in the early hours of Thursday (July 25) morning destroying some 200 homes according to a local fire official.
An unprecedented number wildfires in Siberia and Alaska in recent weeks have been pouring carbon dioxide into the sky. It means the blazes have not only been partly caused by global warming but are also likely a contributing factor to it.
At least 40% of wildfires are started because of negligence. Another 26% are criminal.
Christine Lagarde at the ECB: rebooting eurozone economic growth and reviving inflation
European nations are stepping up their preparations to tackle wildfires this summer ahead of an expected record wildfire season.
The Copernicus' fire danger forecast also shows that the risk of wildfires is currently particularly acute in the areas impacted by a heatwave.
Two construction workers were injured in a fire that destroyed a Texas mansion on Thursday.
Russia says wildfires in the Siberia region are under control but at least 25 people have been hurt and over 80 homes destroyed
The blaze started in the Peruvian capital's commercial zone.
An Italian students' end-of-the-year barbecue, which turned into a forest fire, could result in a €27 million fine for damages.
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