Overnight fire in Philadelphia guts apartment building
US president makes first visit to disaster zone.
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More people have been confirmed dead, and the number unaccounted for has soared, as firefighters struggle to contain some of the US state’s worst ever fires.
More deaths reported as search teams make their way through burned out towns destroyed by California wildfires. Meanwhile, both the Woolsey and Camp fires are still burning out of control.
"The firefighters and the communities in this state deserve an apology," said the leader of the California firefighters' union.
The death toll from wildfires that are ravaging parts of California has now jumped to at least 23 people, officials say.
Residents in the small towns of Pulga and Paradise, about 90 miles north of Sacramento, were told to flee the oncoming flames.
A widespread fire raged in the Milan suburb of Quarto Oggiaro burning a rubbish dump.
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Smokebot is a wifi-controlled robot that can asses the risks in a fire when visibility is very low.
Nearly 2,000 people are evacuated from nearby homes as a fire engulfs the Bayernoil facility
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These satellite images reveal the extent and damage of a huge wildfire in Portugal’s tourist region of Algarve.
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Following last month's deadly wildfire in Greece relatives of the victims are demanding answers as to how the rescue operation went so wrong
Two lorries collided on the motorway near Bologna airport in northern Italy on Monday, causing a major explosion and killing at least two people, according to Italian news agency ANSA.
Firefighters in Portugal and Spain were on high alert over the weekend as the heatwave continued across Europe
Firefighter in Spain and Portugal continued to battle wildfires on Monday after the heatwave parched the landscape
The temperatures may have started to ease from their near- record highs in Portugal but fires has raged for a third day in the south of the country.
An 85-year-old man has died in hospital after being burned in last months fire in the coastal town of Mati in Greece, bringing the number of fatalities to 90
Over 700 firefighters are attempting to contain a wildfire in Portugal and a heatwave across Iberia shows little sign of cooling down
Israel has halted fuel supplies to the Gaza Strip because of incendiary balloons and kites being launched from the enclave
A heatwave this week across Portugal and Spain has prompted a warning about possible wild fires