The death toll from a forest fire in the North African country of Algeria has risen to 65.
Algeria’s interior minister has ruled out the possibility of criminal action behind 50 simultaneous fires.
According to the news agency, 28 soldiers were among those killed in the fire, who died while trying to control the fire, most of the deaths took place in the Algerian district of Tzi Ozo.
People are evacuating from the fire-affected areas.
Firefighters are working together to contain the blaze, which has been raging in about 50 places in Algeria since Monday night.