Europe joins fight against Canada wildfire smoke
09 June 2023 | 3:02 pm
France, Portugal and Spain, as well as the US, are joining the fight to put out hundreds of active wildfires in Canada. Heavy smoke from wildfires has traveled thousands of miles and shrouded many US cityscapes.
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