People in the Chilean city of Valparaiso describe how Saturday's fire engulfed their homes.
Not many topics galvanize public opinion in Bengaluru as much as worsening traffic and growing pollution. The city's largest water body often draws the spotlight whenever environmental issues emerge in public platforms.
More than 100 firefighters responded to two blazes that destroyed over 600 hectares of land in the 15,000-hectare park south of Sydney. Hundreds of people were in the park when the fires started.
For the second time in two months, wind-driven fires are tearing through California communities. So far, rows of homes and a psychiatric hospital lie in ruins and tens of thousands of people have fled for their lives.
A violent blaze has burnt down at least 100 homes in the coastal Chilean city of Valparaiso and forced some 400 people to evacuate. The colonial city is a UNESCO heritage site, and attracts thousands of tourists a year.
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