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They also are preventing families from fleeing and punishing ones that do.

I wanted to kill that speculation right now, so we didn’t have things running too far out of control.” He said California’s Department of Forestry and Fire Protection is carrying out an investigation to work out how the fires started and it was not clear whether it was even arson. We don’t know if these fires were arson or caused by another source,” he said in a statement.It also has had an extreme cost for families and children, as well. Last December, she lost two of her children in an airstrike in her neighborhood.The United Nations Children’s Fund, or UNICEF, says fighting has displaced more than 1.5 million children in the last three years. An explosive struck her home, leaving it a pile of wreckage. Her four-year-old son and nine-month-old daughter died.At least 42 people have died since a cluster of deadly wildfires devastated northern California and ravaged the state’s celebrated wine country.Tony Lopez, a reporter at CBS news, also weighed in on the furore, saying: “Rumour control: a man arrested for starting a small fire in Sonoma Co is NOT connected to the large deadly wildfires in Wine Country.” The article published in Breitbart, an online news site which has been nicknamed “Trumpbart” for its favourable coverage of President Trump, writes the suspect “was arrested Sunday on suspicion of arson in wine country fires that have killed at least 40 residents.” Although it is accurate that a homeless illegal immigrant was arrested for starting a small fire at a park in Sonoma on Sunday, Sheriff Giordano insisted the suspect had no connection whatsoever to the bigger and of course deadly fires which erupted last Sunday.“It’s too dangerous.” One day before she came to the hospital, she said, militants had heard that her family was planning to run away. She then took her children and fled the neighborhood.

UNICEF and fleeing civilians say militants are killing parents and children.

These are just the ones they know of in Mosul, Iraq, June 21, 2017.

The continuing conflict in Iraq has brought destruction to many areas of the country.

Living conditions in the camps in Iraqi-controlled Mosul are poor, with bad food and dirty water. Major Mohammad Hassan Abdullah is a medical doctor with the Iraqi Army. “We have 500 to 600 people coming every day, mostly babies and elderly people,” he said.

“The problem could nearly be solved with clean water.” Zamin Makhool has one daughter still living. She says they get their food from non-governmental organizations. Makhool’s husband, Ibrahim, says violence against children will continue as long as Islamic State militants hold territory in Iraq.

article claiming an illegal immigrant was arrested in connection with the deadly fires in northern California is “false and misleading”.