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22 Aug 2023
Two weeks after blazes killed at least 114 people and left hundreds more missing, the US president traveled to Hawaii to survey the damage caused. Biden has been criticized over a lackluster response to the crisis.
19 Aug 2023
An estimated 96 people died in the Maui wildfires, but that figure could double or even triple in the next 10 days, the governor said. Search crews are going street by street through devastated neighborhoods.
19 Aug 2023
At least 67 people have died in wildfires on Hawaii's Maui island, making it the deadliest natural disaster in the state's history. Residents of the devastated city of Lahain returned home to take stock of the damage.
13 Aug 2023
Dozens have died and many are still missing on the US island of Maui in Hawaii, after it was engulfed by flames earlier this week. Climate change, along with four incendiary factors, led to the disaster.

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