The La Tuna fire, one of the largest wildfires in Los Angeles' history, burns 5,800 acres as firefighters brace for more extreme heat and dangerous winds.
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- The La Tuna Canyon fire continues to burn in Los Angeles, California, becoming the largest fire in the city's history. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declares a state of emergency for the city.
- The La Tuna Fire continues to burn in Los Angeles, California, becoming the largest fire in the city's history at around 5,800 acres. Mayor Eric Garcetti declares a state of emergency.
- Ecuador declares a state of emergency over increases in migrant entry from Venezuela.
- Wildfires in east and west Attica, Greece, kill at least 76 people, leave another 172 injured, and burn hundreds of houses and vehicles, prompting a state of emergency. The Greek government requests help from European Union countries.
- Fana Broadcasting reports that the Parliament of Ethiopia approves a bill and lifts the state of emergency, two months earlier than planned.
- Latvia opts to describe an ongoing drought as "a natural disaster of a national scale" that can be dealt with using normal laws, in preference over declaring a state of emergency.
- The government of Papua New Guinea declares a state of emergency and suspends the government of Southern Highlands Province following post-election riots in the provincial capital of Mendi.