Thirteen people were confirmed dead and about 70 were still missing on Friday in wildfires that continue to burn in a 70-square-kilometre area in and around Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains National Park, local media reported.
At least three people have died after ravaging wildfires in the US state of Tennessee that threatened the popular Great Smoky Mountain National Park and led to the evacuation of thousands of residents and tourists, officials said Tuesday.
A 27-year-old German man suspected of starting a deadly wildfire still blazing on La Palma, one of Spain's Canary Islands, was ordered held without bail by a Spanish judge, the regional court said Saturday.
Despite heartbreaking scenes of utter destruction, firefighters managed to protect most of the oil town of Fort McMurray in the western Canadian province of Alberta, officials said Monday after touring the devastated town.
Fire crews fighting the massive wildfire in the western Canadian province of Alberta finally got a Mother's Day present from Mother Nature as cooler temperatures slowed down the advance of the conflagration.
The site of the accident was visited by Zagreb Deputy Mayor Vesna Kusin, the head of the city's Crisis Management Office, Pavle Kalinic, and the head of the Zagreb City Roma Minority Council, Muhamed Zahirovic.