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Australia braces for 'catastrophic fire danger'

Deutsche Welle Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Authorities have warned people to take precautions and evacuate if needed, as weather conditions continue to fuel devastating bushfires in New South Wales. Over 600 schools have been forced to close across the state.
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News video: Intense red skies and smoke from fires in Australia

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Fire officials are warning of “catastrophic fire danger” as firefighters battle dozens of blazes raging across the Australian state of New South Wales.

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