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Queensland Is Sizzling in a Heatwave

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A HEATWAVE in Queensland has put 21 people in hospital.

Ambulances were called to homes across the state's southeast as temperatures rose to 40C yesterday, an Emergency Management Queensland spokesman said. Queensland sizzles

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KENYA - rangers and residents are struggling to control bush fires that have engulfed a third of one of the nation's best-known wildlife parks. The fire was accidentally started in a nearby village and has already destroyed large patches of the 188 sq km Lake Nakuru National Park. When the fire began, grass parched from a recent lack of rain made fertile fuel. Most famous for the hordes of flamingos that gather on its lake shore, the park in central Kenya is home to 450 species including white rhinos, giraffes and lions. Game wardens said the fire appeared to have largely spared the wildlife, although a reporter saw a charred turtle.
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