Scientist Police inspects the remains of the car where two women died after a wild fire in Pontevedra, in the northwestern Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, Monday, Oct. 16, 2017. (AP Photo/Lalo R. Villar)
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At least 35 people died in wildfires raging through parched farmlands and forests in Portugal and neighboring Spain Sunday and Monday, officials said.Firefighters were still battling 50 blazes in Portugal and a similar number in Spain.The weekend's fires had also injured 56 people in Portugal, civil protection service spokeswoman Patricia Gaspar said.Portugal's fires burned over 40 percent of the total in all of the European Union this year.At least one person was arrested in Portugal for allegedly starting a fire.
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