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An exhausted firefighter rests on debris as they battle to extinguish a huge fire in a paint factory in Howrah, 30 km west of Calcutta, Eastern India, 12 March 2014. A major fire broke out at a factory of Shalimar Paints Limited in Howrah early morning. According to police and media reports, 25 fire engines fought for close to six hours to extinguish the blaze. Noboby was injured.

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An exhausted firefighter rests while his colleagues continue to extinguish a huge fire in the Shalimar Paints factory in Howrah, 30km west of Kolkata, India, on Wednesday morning

A firefighter fights a forest fire at Ferreira de Aves, in Satao, Portugal on Friday. Some 247 firemen, using 67 land vehicles, and four airplanes, are trying to extinguish the fire.

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A firefighter fights a forest fire at Ferreira de Aves, in Satao, Portugal on Friday. Some 247 firemen, using 67 land vehicles and four airplanes, are trying to extinguish the fire.

A pig passes a site where firemen try to...A pig passes a site where firemen try to extinguish a fire on a farm in Bad Duerheim, southern Germany. AFP PHOTO / DPA/ MARC EICH    GERMANY OUTMARC EICH/AFP/Getty Images

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A pig passes a group of firemen attempting to extinguish a fire on a farm in Bad Duerrheim, southern Germany Read more

Firefighter Jesus Acosta holds a candle during a vigil and memorial gathering at the Prescott High School in Prescott, Arizona on July 2, 2013. Acosta is a volunteer firefighter with the Ash Fork fire department, which is located in Yavapai County, Arizona. The Yarnell Hill fire, which killed all but one member of a 20-strong 'hotshot' team, was the biggest loss of firefighters' lives since the September 11 attacks, and the most from a US wildfire in 80 years.

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Firefighter Jesus Acosta holds a candle during a vigil and memorial gathering in Prescott, Arizona, US, for 19 colleagues who died in the Yarnell Hill fire, a wildfire caused by record heat and erratic winds. The victims were members of an elite “hotshot” unit and was the biggest loss of firefighters’ lives since the September 11 attacks and the most from a US wildfire in 80 years