Strong winds have fanned two separate forest fires in southern Turkey , killing at least three people and sending many others to hospital as homes burned down in the blazes
1:56Strong winds have fanned multiple wildfires in southern Turkey, killing at least three people and sending many others to hospital as homes burned down in the blazes. A wildfire that broke out on 28 July near the Mediterranean coastal resort town of Manavgat, in Antalya province, had largely been contained, but another fire that started early Thursday and swept through the district of Akseki kept firefighters engaged.
Wildfires are common in Turkey’s Mediterranean and Aegean regions during the arid summer months, although some previous forest fires have been blamed on arsonThu 29 Jul 2021Last modified on Thu 29 Jul 2021 Read more: The Guardian »
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helpturkey Turkeyisburning TurkeyIsOnFire Sorry, Guardian, but this is not a wild fire. It's deliberate, arson! 😡 So what? There have always been wildfires, worse in the first half of the C20th. Show the records since 1880 Guardian. 😞🙏🏼❤️ this is heartbreaking Why is there nothing about this on the news channels in England ?
Wonder who Erdogan will blame . it was planned and deliberate, and it is not known which organization did it, but fires started to break out in many places and in various cities at the same time. 17 cities, 58 forest fires, 38 of these fires were brought under control. 🥺😢 it was planned and deliberate, and it is not known which organization did it, but fires started to break out in many places and in various cities at the same time. 17 cities, 58 forest fires, 38 of these fires were brought under control.
Finally! There are about 60 fires in about 20 cities in Turkey. All day long there have been fires and it finally had news-value. We all need to remember that forests do not have national identity cards. Thoughts and prayers with everyone in Turkey🙏😢
Heartwarming moment rescuers battling Turkey forest fires save weaselsThe pair of weasel cubs were rescued as the forest fire burned for a second day on Thursday, helped by hot weather and strong winds in Manavgat district, southern Turkey . At least one person has died.
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Devastating wildfires in southern Europe could reignite, experts warnItaly, Greece and Spain have been fighting a catastrophic wildfire in the past few days Geez sounds like a headline to cover for PKK terrorists who've lit dozens of forests in Turkey! WE NEED HELP Helicopters, drones, planes and thousands of firemen are currently trying to control fires in 10 different locations in southern Turkey. So far, three people have died, hundreds of animals have perished and several settlements are being evacuated. PrayForTurkey
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