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Jul 17, 2022 · France has evacuated more than 16,000 people threatened by wildfires in the south-west, as fires also spread in Spain, Croatia and Greece. May 19, 2023 · First published on Fri 19 May 2023 09.

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2022-07-30 18:06:00 - Fires - Vianden, Luxembourg - LUXEMBOURG - Forest Fire Under Control Near Vianden.

Nearly 500 blazes destroyed more than 300,000 hectares, according to the European Forest Fire. 51 EDT. According to the Spanish Third National Forest.

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Voters in the 2022 midterms seemed to send a clear message — a rejection of Trumpism and extremism. . Forests fires map The 235,630 forest fires recorded between 2001 and 2015 burned 1,676,812 hectares (ha) of land , an area larger than 9 of the 17 autonomous communities in Spain, among others: Murcia, Asturias, Navarra, Madrid or the Basque Country.

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30pm on Wednesday night in a mountain range in the. Mar 26, 2023 · Spain's first major wildfire of the year has destroyed more than 4,000 hectares (9,900 acres) of forest and forced 1,700 villagers to leave their homes in the Valencia and Aragon regions.

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Wildfires Ravage Spain's Asturias as Temperatures Hit Record Highs.

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Almost 1,000 firefighters and emergency workers are battling one of the most intractable Spanish wildfires in recent years as the blaze rages for a sixth day, after devouring at least 7,400. . .

. Forest fires occurred on 2 August 2018 in Nerva, located in Andalucía Province, South Western Spain. . SETIENES, Spain, March 31 (Reuters) - The lush region of Asturias in northern Spain was ravaged by more than 90 wildfires on Friday, most of them believed to have been started by. . .

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Hundreds of civilian and military firefighters are tackling a wildfire in south-west Spain that has burned across at least 7,500 hectares (18,500. Andalusia's regional forest fire agency said hundreds of firefighters were tackling the blaze, supported.

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