Wildfires raze dozens of homes in New Zealand
Wildfires have destroyed up to 50 homes in New Zealand, authorities announced Monday, saying it was a miracle no one was hurt as "a wall of orange" razed most of a remote South Island village.
Sixteen dead in US wildfires as officials say toll could rise
US officials warned Friday of potential "mass" fatalities as more than 20,000 firefighters from across the country battled sprawling deadly wildfires up and down the West Coast.
15 killed, 500,000 evacuated in unprecedented western US bushfires
Firefighters were battling unprecedented wildfires up and down the US West Coast on Friday that killed 15 people and forced more than half a million others to flee their homes, with officials warning of more deaths to come in the days ahead.
US towns destroyed as firefighters battle wildfires under orange skies
Entire communities have been razed by wildfires raging in the western United States, with officials warning of potential mass deaths under apocalyptic orange skies.
Californians airlifted from fires as dangerous winds arrive
Dangerous dry winds whipped up California's record-breaking wildfires and ignited new blazes Tuesday, as hundreds were evacuated by helicopter and tens of thousands were plunged into darkness by power outages across the western United States.
‘World leaders left COP 25 in Madrid with no plan for climate crisis’
Climate Action Network (CAN), a global network of over 1300 Non Governmental organisations (NGOs) in more than 120 countries has taken a comprehensive look at the just concluded United Nations climate
More fires and evacuations in weary California
Firefighters battled several active wildfires on Thursday in California but appeared to make headway against a number of major blazes that have forced mass evacuations and power cuts. Two fast-moving infernos broke out early Thursday in the southern part of the state, burning several homes and forcing people to flee.
Firefighters battle fierce wildfires across California
Wildfires raged across California on Friday, destroying homes and forcing evacuations, as over 1,000 firefighters tackled flames in the southern part of the state alone.
Southern California wildfires burning unchecked
Gusting winds fueling a fast-moving wildfire in southern California showed no signs of abating Saturday as a blaze that forced the evacuation of some 100,000 people kept burning out of control.