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U.S. Embassy in Australia: Tourists should leave due to wildfires

USATODAY.com Thursday, 2 January 2020
Tourists on Australia's South Coast of New South Wales should leave, U.S. Embassy officials warned Thursday, because of "extreme fire danger."
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News video: Australia Urges Residents And Tourists To Flee As Fire Spreads

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Australians were urged on Friday to evacuate parts of the eastern states of Victoria and New South Wales. The call to action is in an effort to help residents escape bushfires that are expected to burn out of control this weekend. A number of fires are currently burning out of control in South...

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