Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced that the Military Emergency Unit has been deployed to help firefighters tackle the blaze, which has driven over 1,000 people from their homes in the mountainous Sierra Bermeja region.
Algeria’s state TV says 12 soldiers are in hospital in critical condition with 28 others killed as residents flee to nearby towns in the worst-hit area of Tizi Ouzou.
The blaze, which began on Saturday afternoon outside the village of Arakapas, spread quickly amid strong winds and forced the evacuation of at least eight mountain villages, destroying homes and scorching pine forests and orchards.
The UN, aid groups and Rohingya leaders said the fences erected by the military hampered rescue work and caused injuries during Monday’s 12-hour blaze in the maze that killed at least 15 people and left nearly 50,000 homeless.
A local governor reports that 53 people are dead and 29 others injured in Dsang, central-western Cameroon, when a bus collided with a fuel van.
The fire in Badalona, a suburban town of 220,000 north of Barcelona, injured at least 19 people, including three who are in very critical condition, authorities said.
At least eight people have been killed and some 3,300 structures have been destroyed over the past three weeks in wildfires across the state.
Thousands of firefighters have been deployed to try and extinguish the flames.
The deadliest fires in California history are still burning, and the destruction continues. The Camp Fire, in the north of the US state, is now one of the most lethal in the country since the turn of the last century.
The blaze destroyed an unknown number of structures and injured some civilians, but the extent of their injuries was not immediately known, said California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Capt. John Gaddie.
A 24-storey abandoned office building occupied by hundreds of squatters was engulfed in flames and collapsed in the centre of Sao Paulo.
At least 64 people were killed and over forty injured in the fire which broke out Sunday, but was not brought under control until early Monday. About 300 firefighters and rescue personnel attended the blaze in a shopping mall in Kemerovo.
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