Foreign Affairs
Sydney covered in a thick haze of toxic smoke

Strong winds have added to the prevailing fire scourge in Australia, which have resulted in Sydney being completely obscured by dangerous fumes.

In fact, warnings had to be issued about the health of its local citizens.

It was reported that in Australia these types of fires are common in the summer, however, this year the fires started early due to the heat that has gripped this continent. This month alone, four people were killed and over 300 homes burned.

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