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welcome to bbc news, broadcasting to viewers in north america and around the globe. my name is mike embley. our top stories: one of the worst firestorms in california's history is tearing its way through parts of the state's wine region, killing at least ten people. could president trump set america on a path to world war three? a top republican claims white house staff are trying to contain the commander—in—chief. increased pressure on the catalan leader not to declare independence when he addresses the catalan parliament later on tuesday. africa's first female head of state prepares to step down and calls for peaceful campaigning ahead of liberia's presidential election. go to the polls peacefully. respecting every liberian‘s right to vote with dignity and pride. and the brazilian grandmother with the heart of an olympian, how a tragic death gave her a new lease of life. some of the worst wildfires the state of california has ever
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seen have killed at least ten people and forced around 20,000 from their homes. at least 1,500 properties have been destroyed as the flames spread in hot weather, whipped up by strong winds. governorjerry brown has declared a state of emergency in the wine counties of napa, sonoma and yuba. the bbc‘s dave lee reports from san francisco. fierce winds and low humidity — the perfect conditions for a raging blaze to spread across california's famous wine region, north of san francisco. late sunday night, dramatic videos posted to social media
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