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California residents allowed to return to paradise almost one month after deadly wildfire

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Almost a month after the deadliest wildfires in California's history, residents have been given the green light to enter parts of the devastated town of Paradise. The fires killed at least 85 people and destroyed some 14,000 homes.

Added on the 06/12/2018 16:05:17 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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