Algeria: Dozens of people killed in wildfires | DW News

Algeria observed a national day of morning after wildfires killed at least 65 people. 28 of those who died were soldiers deployed to help fight the flames. France and Morocco have pledged to send water planes to Algeria.

President Abdelmadjid Tebboune announced the arrest of 22 suspects for arson, saying that "the majority of fires are of criminal origin," in a speech on state television.

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Wildfires rage across Algeria, Greece and Italy

Wildfires are burning through the Mediterranean, from Algeria to Greece, leaving death and destruction in their midst.

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Algeria fires: Dozens killed as wildfires hit Mediterranean region

At least 65 people have been killed by forest fires raging through northern Algeria.
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It’s the latest region in the Mediterranean to be hit, with parts of Greece, Turkey, Italy and Tunisia ravaged by wildfires in the last few weeks and dozens more lives lost.

While scientists blame climate change, Algeria’s government claims arsonists are responsible.

The fires have been burning east of the capital, Algiers, in the Kabyle region.

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Wildfires rage in Greece, Turkey and Algeria | DW News

Wildfires in Greece have destroyed hundreds of homes and forced thousands to flee Greater Athens and other regions. Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis earlier apologized to the people of Greece and vowed to bring those responsible for the fires to justice. In an address, Mitsotakis said: "I apologize for any shortcoming … we may have done what was humanly possible, but in many cases it was not enough."

Meanwhile, nearly all the fires that have been burning in Turkey for the past two weeks are under control. The fires have been particularly devastating in the provinces of Antalya and Mugla, which are very popular holiday destinations. It is estimated a total of 150,000 hectares have been destroyed, and authorities are probing the possible cause of the fires.

Fires also tore through forested areas of northern Algeria, killing
at least 65 people, state television reported. Algeria’s President Abdelmadjid Tebboune declared three days of national mourning. Authorities say they suspect widespread arson after so many fires erupted in such a short space of time.

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Algeria fires kill at least 42, including soldiers

Forest fires in Algeria killed 42 people, including 25 soldiers deployed to help put out the blaze, as thick clouds of smoke covered much of the mountainous Kabylie region east of the capital.

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