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Australia on standby for fire threat as heat, winds return

Reuters Friday, 31 January 2020
Australian authorities warned on Friday of severe fire danger in densely populated areas this weekend, declaring a state of emergency in the capital, Canberra, as soaring temperatures and strong whipped up huge, unpredictable blazes.
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