34 people die from forest fires in Algeria | News

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Forest fires have claimed at least 34 lives in Algeria, while dozens have been injured.

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Of the total deaths, at least 10 are soldiers who were fighting the flames that are affecting 16 cities in the northeastern region of the African country.

According to the note from the Ministry of the Interior, at least a dozen fires spread, especially in the Kabylia region, specifically in the city of Yiyel.

In the cities of Fenaya and Zbarbar, at least 1,500 people were evacuated, while the emergency services have detailed that they will increase their interventions, as an increase in temperature is expected.

In the cities of Bumerdes, Buira, Tizi Uzu and Bejaia in the Kabylia region, about 7,500 troops, 350 trucks and at least 12 aircraft are working.

Algeria is experiencing an unprecedented heat wave, in which up to 50 degrees have been recorded in the shade, both in the capital, Algiers, and in several coastal regions.

A new heat wave is expected this week, in which thermometers are expected to reach 48 degrees in the shade and should affect almost the entire country.

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