Tourists Flee as Wildfires Threaten Turkish Resorts

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More than 100 wildfires have been brought under control in Turkey, according to officials Sunday, as firefighters worked to battle blazes that continued in popular seaside destinations.

Authorities said five fires were continuing in the tourist destinations of Antalya and Mugla, while 107 fires were “under control.”

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