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SYDNEY: Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited firefighters battling Australia's bushfire crisis on Sunday (Dec 22) as he apologised for a Hawaiian holiday that ended early after public outrage. Morrison toured the headquarters of the New South Wales Rural Fire Service -- whose exhausted volunteers have been struggling to contain deadly, out-of-control-blazes for months.
BARGO (Australia): A scorching heatwave intensified bushfires ravaging parts of Australia on Saturday, and out-of-control blazes surrounding Sydney worsened under "catastrophic" conditions.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison issued a rare public apology on Friday and cut short a Hawaiian vacation in response to mounting public anger after two volunteer firefighters were killed battling bushfires sweeping the country's east coast.
MIRI: A fire at the Petronas Carigali petroleum refinery near Bintulu was swiftly doused before it could spread.
BLANKENBURG, Germany (Reuters) - Gas canisters were found in an apartment where a blast occurred early on Friday in the eastern German city of Blankenburg, killing one person and injuring 11 others, one of them severely, the city's mayor said.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish authorities said on Wednesday they are considering giving residency to an undocumented migrant from Senegal after he rescued a wheelchair-bound man from a burning, second-story apartment.
Fatal fire in Tai Wai high-rise forces about 500 people to leave their homes early on ThursdayEmergency hosepipe failed to work, fire service says, after resident reportedly tried in vain to put out blaze
SIBU: The underground fire at the closed Seng Ling dumpsite shows how important it is for Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) to continue monitoring the place even after its closure.
SINGAPORE: A man and a female infant were taken to hospital after a fire, suspected to have been caused by a personal mobility device (PMD) broke out in his Bukit Batok flat here.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The owners of a dive boat that caught fire and sank off the California coast on Labor Day, killing 34 people, said on Tuesday they had suspended operations indefintely during an investigation of one of the state's worst maritime disasters.