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Australian Military Reservists To Assist With Bushfires

Newsy Monday, 6 January 2020
Australian Military Reservists To Assist With BushfiresWatch VideoFor the first time ever, Australia will send Australian Defence Force reservists to assist with the country's bush fire crisis.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced 3,000 army, navy and air force reservists will join firefighters currently battling more than 100 fires.

Defence Minister Linda Reynolds says the...
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News video: Bushfires leave forest floor covered in ash and trees burnt to a cinder in New South Wales

Bushfires leave forest floor covered in ash and trees burnt to a cinder in New South Wales 00:16

The Currambene forest near Nowra, NSW was left with a blanket of ash along the ground and tree trunks left completely cindered by the devastating bushfires that have Australia in a chokehold.

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