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Forest fires rage in Portugal and Spain, amid warnings they could take days to extinguish.
Firefighter in Spain and Portugal continued to battle wildfires on Wednesday after the heatwave parched the landscape
The Mendocino Complex fire became the largest wildfire in Californian history on Monday (August 6) as it raged at the southern tip of the Mendocino National Forest where crews battled to keep flames from descending into foothill communities.
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.
From a melting mountain in Sweden, to a surge in beer sales in Germany, find out how the soaring temperatures are affecting Europe.
Scorching temperatures could surpass 48 degrees Celsius, breaking an all-time Europe record.
Six people have died in California, including a great- grandmother and her two great-grandchildren. Thousands of firefighters are battling the blaze as hundreds of homes were reduced to rubble.
Wildfire-hit Sweden is warning its citizens against having barbecues — even in their own back gardens.
Hungry goats are on the front line of Portugal's efforts to avoid a repeat of the deadly wildfires that swept through the country a year ago.
A heater is said to have exploded, triggering a fire at a local residents' association building where people had gathered for an amateur card tournament
California state officials have ordered new evacuations across coastal towns in Santa Barbara County.
Firefighters in southern California have gained some ground battling raging wildfires but strong winds are forecast to return with force
The smell of ash and eucalyptus still hangs in the air months after Portugal’s forest fires. Climate change, poor land management and abandoned countryside created an explosive combination, we went
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Fire brigades work though the night to battle forest fires.
Police in Brazil are investigating whether arson may be the cause of a wildfire that has destroyed more than a quarter of a national park
Residents were moved from their homes as firefighters battled to extinguish a wildfire around Val di Susa.
Portugal's parliament holds minute silence for forest fire victims as the political blame game begins
After its worst weekend this year for wildfires, Portugal's PM defends his government's attempts to reform fire prevention
Officials say three people have been killed as a result of fires in the north-western region