More than 40 people have died in Europe’s forest fires

Due to climate change, the forests of 9 European countries are under fire, which has killed more than 40 people.

More than 40 people have been killed in forest fires in the Mediterranean region due to hot weather and heatwaves, the highest number of 34 deaths occurred in Algeria, where 10 military personnel were also killed.

Fires are burning in the forests of Syria, Algeria, Tunisia, Greece and Italy and other places due to hot weather and heatwaves, thousands of people have been displaced from the affected areas.

More than 8,000 firefighters are engaged in extinguishing the fire in the affected areas, however, the heat and strong winds are hindering the extinguishing of the fire in the affected areas.

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It should be noted that due to climate change, the earth and the people living on it are having to endure extreme heat, heavy rains, floods and storms, and these disasters are spreading destruction not only in one region of the earth, but all over the world. This disaster has become so terrible that somewhere in the same country, it is raining, and somewhere else, fire is pouring from the sky in the form of heat.

At this time, Europe and America are in the grip of extreme heat. The fires in the forests of Greece, Canada and Washington have taken a terrible shape, on the other hand, floods have also caused havoc in eastern China and many people have lost their lives.

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Stormy rains are also raging in Afghanistan and India. In Pakistan this year too, more than 131 people have died due to rains and floods.

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