The wind-driven blaze, dubbed the Saddleridge fire, broke out on Thursday night and raced through the area's dry foothills and brush-filled canyons to cover some 3,056 hectares by midday on Saturday.
Friends of Nature Foundation says wildfires have been razing forest and grassland since August as government of northeastern department of Beni declares red alert.
Indonesia is regularly hit by slash-and-burn clearances of forests for farms and palm oil plantations. Many of the blazes smoulder deep underground in peatlands, where they can last for months.
Against the global chorus of condemnation, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been mobilising the army to help combat the blazes, while his administration launched a diplomatic charm offensive to try to mend bridges.
Over 70,000 fires have taken place in just Brazil this year, the consequences of which will affect humanity for generations.
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.
A state of emergency has been declared in regions of the densely-forested island east of Athens after the blaze broke out, fanned by strong winds and high temperatures.
Dozens of firefighters backed by water-dropping aircraft battle a wildfire on an island north of Athens that has left the Greek capital blanketed in smoke.
Wildfires have spread to around three million hectares of mostly remote forest, an area almost the size of Belgium.
Hundreds of hectares of Turkey’s woodland were set alight by the PKK last week. But this is not the first time the terror group has been linked to such wildfires.
Temperatures in some parts of Spain are expected to soar past 43 degrees Celsius as other western European countries also wilt under the sweltering heat.
Temperatures soared in Spain amid European heatwave, causing wildfire to devour land as hundreds of firefighters battled the blaze through the night.
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