Turkey wildfires: One dead and many injured as blaze rages across south of country

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Wildfires have ravaged communities across southern Turkey and threatened the popular resort city of Antalya.

A number of people have been injured and buildings have been destroyed. Hundreds of firefighters, a plane and 19 helicopters have been sent to tackle the fires.

The fire started in the Manavgat district and spread to other areas following strong winds.

Read the full story here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2021/07/29/one-dead-ten-stranded-wildfire-rages-across-southern-turkey/

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