WILDFIRES RAGE ON UNTAMED IN GREECE, PORTUGAL AND CORSICA

Hot and dry weather stoked another round of wildfires burning across southern Europe on Sunday as firefighters in Greece, Portugal and the French island of Corsica struggled to corral the flames.

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