Temperatures top 45°C across Turkey, Greece and Italy as heatwave fuels deadly wildfires | ITV News

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A heatwave across southern Europe has fuelled deadly wildfires in Turkey and threatened the under-pressure national grid in Greece.

At least eight people have died as wildfires raged along Turkey’s coast for a sixth day while tourists were evacuated from coastal resorts.

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