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Dry winds fan wildfires in Argentina

Firefighters work to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22, 2020. In the grasslands and mountainous terrain of Argentina's Cordoba province, dry weather and strong winds are fanning blazes that are on track to outpace previous years as firefighters battle to bring the flames under control. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22, 2020. In the grasslands and mountainous terrain of Argentina's Cordoba province, dry weather and strong winds are fanning blazes that are on...more

Firefighters work to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22, 2020. In the grasslands and mountainous terrain of Argentina's Cordoba province, dry weather and strong winds are fanning blazes that are on track to outpace previous years as firefighters battle to bring the flames under control. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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A man is seen as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. The fires so far this year have scorched at least 48,000 hectares in the central province, according to the national fire management service, causing damage to property and almost engulfing a space observation center. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A man is seen as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. The fires so far this year have scorched at least 48,000 hectares in the central province, according to the national fire management service,...more

A man is seen as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. The fires so far this year have scorched at least 48,000 hectares in the central province, according to the national fire management service, causing damage to property and almost engulfing a space observation center. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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Fire burns in a mountain in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 21. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Fire burns in a mountain in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 21. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Fire burns in a mountain in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 21. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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Firefighters work as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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Firefighters work to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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A man covers his face as smoke rises in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A man covers his face as smoke rises in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A man covers his face as smoke rises in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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A helicopter throws water over a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A helicopter throws water over a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A helicopter throws water over a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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Fire burns next to a house in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Fire burns next to a house in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Fire burns next to a house in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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Fire burns next to a house in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Fire burns next to a house in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Fire burns next to a house in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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A helicopter throws water over a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A helicopter throws water over a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A helicopter throws water over a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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Fire burns next to a children's playground in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Fire burns next to a children's playground in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Fire burns next to a children's playground in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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Firefighters work as smoke rises in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work as smoke rises in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work as smoke rises in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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A firefighter works to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A firefighter works to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A firefighter works to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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A firefighter works to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A firefighter works to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A firefighter works to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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Firefighters work as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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Police and firefighters cars are seen as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 21. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Police and firefighters cars are seen as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 21. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Police and firefighters cars are seen as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 21. REUTERS/Charly Soto
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