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Portugal forest fire: Death toll rises to 64, PM Antonio Costa asks emergency services for answers

Zee News Tuesday, 20 June 2017 ()
Data from the European Forest Fire Information System showed that an area of more than 30,000 hectares had burned in the past seven days, making it the largest ever fire in Portugal.  
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A forest fire in central Portugal is still burning out of control after killing at least 25 people on Saturday, most of them were inside their vehicles when they were caught in the blaze. Kate King reports.

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