A scorched southwestern France braces itself for fires to come


HOSTENS, France, March 25 (Reuters) – As France frets about an extended drought and prospects for more wildfires in another long summer, one blaze that erupted eight months ago in the southwest of the country still smoulders away underground. Columns of white, acrid smoke rise from a forest floor outside the town of Hostens in…

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