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Fire Officials Say All New South Wales Bushfires Contained

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Fire Officials Say All New South Wales Bushfires ContainedWatch VideoFire officials in Australia say all the bush and grass fires in New South Wales are officially contained for the first time this season.

Thursday's announcement follows months of deadly fires across the continent, which have claimed dozens of lives, destroyed thousands of homes and affected an estimated 1 billion...
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All the fires in New South Wales, Australia, are contained for the first time this fire season.

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