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Australia bushfires send CO2 levels soaring

Deutsche Welle Friday, 24 January 2020
The fires in Australia are a major factor in one of the biggest rises in atmospheric CO2 in 60 years, experts have said. Meanwhile, a team is trying to recover the bodies of three US firefighters killed in a plane crash.
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News video: Australia fires plane crash: Search under way for air tanker jet

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A plane used to water-bomb bushfires in Australia is feared to have crashed in New South Wales.

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