Inside Edition

Inside Edition 6 Jan 2020

Man Watches as Neighbors Homes Explode in Australia


The bushfires in Australia have killed at least 23 people and more than half a billion wild animals. About 12.35 million acres have been scorched and more than 1,400 homes have been destroyed in the fires as well. As the sky turned blood-red and the air filled with smoke, entire communities were forced to flee and seek safety on the shore. "We evacuated to the beach and looked back, and watched a number of our neighbors' houses explode," Australian Tim Brown told Inside Edition.

Many Killed as Bus Crashes With Truck in India

Caption: A bus crashed head-on with a truck in southern India, Thursday, February 20, killing at least 19 people and injuring 23 others.

The accident occurred near Avanashi, a town in the Tamil Nadu state.

More than 110,000 people are killed every year in road accidents in India, according to police. (AP)
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Dino Impagliazzo has dedicated his retirement to feeding the homeless in Rome. It all started about 15 years ago, when one man asked him for money to buy food. Now, the 90-year-old and his group of volunteers deliver about 32,000 free meals a year.

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