Turkey Wildfires: Tourists evacuated by boat from Bodrum

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Turkey Wildfires: Tourists evacuated by boat from Bodrum” – below is their description.

Wildfires have continued to rage near popular tourist destinations in Turkey, leading to some hotel guests being evacuated.

Wildfires are common in Turkey’s Mediterranean and Aegean regions, but recent blazes have been the worst in years.

A heat wave across southern Europe has led to wildfires across the Mediterranean, including in Italy and Greece.

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