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Greece Suffers from Wildfires

It is not just the United States that is burning up.

Wildfires and the pandemic dominate the news here in the United States, but these two stories are also news around the world. Mostly, we hear about fires in Australia, but other parts of the world also have out-of-control wildfires fueled by heat and storms: “Greece wildfires rip through towns as residents watch in horror.”

In Europe, fire mutual aid also comes from other nations, as reported in the above story.
Disaster Zone by Eric Holdeman is dedicated to sharing information about the world of emergency management and homeland security.
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