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UAE mourns Algerian wildfire deaths

UAE extends condolences for the tragic Algerian wildfires that claimed 34 lives, including 10 soldiers. Fires continue to ravage residential areas in Bejaia, Bouira, and Jijel provinces.

Efforts to combat the flames involve 7,500 firefighters and 350 firetrucks with aerial support. Citizens are urged to stay away from affected areas and report new fires.

Tunisia is also grappling with soaring temperatures and forest fires near the Algerian border, resulting in evacuations.

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