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Canary Islands wildfire stable but continues to burn, acting PM says

Reuters Thursday, 22 August 2019
A wildfire in the popular tourist island of Gran Canaria has been stabilised but continues to burn, Spain's acting prime minister said on Thursday, promising that the thousands affected by the fire would get help in rebuilding.
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News video: Firefighters Battle Out-of-Control Wildfire in Gran Canaria

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An out-of-control wildfire continued to rage in the Spanish island of Gran Canaria and had reached over 3,400 hectares in size on Sunday, August 18, local media said, citing officials. Over 5,000 people had been evacuated from 40 towns in the municipalities of Valleseco, Moya, Gáldar, Agaete, San...

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