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‘All bushfires in hardest-hit Australia state now contained’

WorldNews Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
‘All bushfires in hardest-hit Australia state now contained’All the blazes in Australia’s hard-hit state of New South Wales have been brought under control, firefighters said on Thursday, signaling the end of a months-long crisis that claimed 33 lives nationwide. “As of this afternoon, all fires in New South Wales have now been contained,” a Rural Fire Service spokesman told AFP, as...
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It's the first time this season that firefighters have been able to do so.

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