At least four dead and scores injured as firefighters, planes and helicopters try to douse multiple blazes amid suspicions of arson.
Massive forest fires that blazed across four Turkish cities, have been brought under control, but the suspicion of arson is now being investigated after a PKK-affiliate claimed responsibility
Japanese fire official says at least 33 people now dead after Kyoto animation studio fire.
Officials say there are "serious indications of arson" at a resort near Athens that sparked a wildfire, killing at least 82 people. But experts warn the gutted town had been built like a "fire trap," with few escape routes.
The arson attack on Koca Sinan Mosque in Berlin comes a day after PYD/PKK sympathisers threatened to to launch more attacks against Turkey in protest over a military operation in northwestern Syria.
The firemen are alleged to have faked distress calls as part of the plan to receive the payments of around 10 euros per hour handed out by the state for working in emergency situations.
At least 35 girls died in the blaze at the centre for young people who had been abused and for juvenile offenders. More fatalities are expected as authorities continue to trade blame.
At least 22 teenage girls burned to death in a fire that police claim was arson. Guatemala's president declared three days of national mourning after the incident.
Law enforcement officials are investigating the fire at the Florida Mosque, where Orlando gunman Omar Mateen prayed, as an act of arson.
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