Thermal power plant on Aegean Sea and residential areas emptied as deadly wildfire ravaging Turkey for the past week reaches its outer edge.
Raging wildfire surrounds a monastery and a dozen villages on Evia Island, just one of over 100 blazes burning in heatwave-hit country.
Turkish firefighters, locals and volunteers work at full pace to bring the blazes under control in four southern provinces, with at least eight people killed since the wildfires started on July 28.
At least eight people have died as efforts continue to put out forest fires across several parts of the country. Around 10,000 people evacuated in Mugla province.
At least four dead and scores injured as firefighters, planes and helicopters try to douse multiple blazes amid suspicions of arson.
Wildfire fanned by strong winds rages through a forest area near coastal province Antalya's Manavgat town, officials say, forcing evacuations in four neighbourhoods.
Burning through the equivalent of 130,000 soccer fields, the Bootleg Fire, some 250 miles south of Portland, is the largest active blaze in the US.
At least 152 fires are active in British Columbia province, 89 of them sparked in the last two days, officials say.
More than 270 firefighters, backed by 16 aircraft and army, are fighting blazes on third day in Geraneia mountains some 90 kilometres west of capital Athens.
Nearly 300 firefighters are trying to contain a wildfire on Geraneia mountain range some 90 kilometres from Athens.
A smoky fire exploded in size to over 29 square kilometres after breaking out around dawn in Orange County, south of Los Angeles.
The fires that began early morning on Sunday in the famed Napa-Sonoma wine country north of San Francisco came on the third anniversary of deadly wildfires that erupted in 2017, including one that killed 22 people.
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