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
Three people killed in Syria's Latakia province, and some 100 fires burn land across neighbouring Lebanon, officials say.
US Democratic challenger Joe Biden assails Trump as a "climate arsonist" whose reelection would be catastrophic for the environment.
Forecasters warn of additional forest fires as temperatures are expected to rise to 44 Celsius with winds of 24-32 km/h.
Villages, small settlements and a summer camp have been evacuated as wildfire burns olive and pine trees in the country's south.
Blazes have been raging on Sumatra and Borneo islands with Indonesia deploying water-bombing helicopters and thousands of security forces to tackle them. In recent days, fires sent toxic smog floating over Malaysia triggering a diplomatic row.
The blaze broke out on Sunday in four different regions in Mugla and Izmir provinces, according to the Agriculture and Forest Ministry. Officials say the fires are now under control.
Temperatures soared in Spain amid European heatwave, causing wildfire to devour land as hundreds of firefighters battled the blaze through the night.
The worst wildfires in Chile's modern history ravaged wide swaths of the country's central-south regions. Homes have been reduced to cinders.
The blaze was spotted on Saturday night in the Moguer region near Huelva and was being treated as a level 1 - or maximum threat - by emergency services.
Firefighters say the weather conditions are still adverse in most areas where the flames are raging.
An official said most of the victims "burned to death in their cars when they found themselves trapped by flames on the road from Figueiro dos Vinhos to Castanheira de Pera."
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