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'We’ve never dealt with fires like that': Veteran French firefighters shocked by Australia’s bushfires

SBS Wednesday, 15 January 2020
A team of five French firefighting experts are in Australia to provide support in the bushfire crisis. But the experienced team say they've never seen fires like this before.
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