エディション:
日本
写真 | 2020年 09月 26日 03:07 JST

Dry winds fan wildfires in Argentina

Firefighters work to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22, 2020. In the grasslands and mountainous terrain of Argentina's Cordoba province, dry weather and strong winds are fanning blazes that are on track to outpace previous years as firefighters battle to bring the flames under control. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22, more

Firefighters work to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22, 2020. In the grasslands and mountainous terrain of Argentina's Cordoba province, dry weather and strong winds are fanning blazes that are on track to outpace previous years as firefighters battle to bring the flames under control. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
1 / 16
A man is seen as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. The fires so far this year have scorched at least 48,000 hectares in the central province, according to the national fire management service, causing damage to property and almost engulfing a space observation center. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A man is seen as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. The firemore

A man is seen as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. The fires so far this year have scorched at least 48,000 hectares in the central province, according to the national fire management service, causing damage to property and almost engulfing a space observation center. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
2 / 16
Fire burns in a mountain in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 21. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Fire burns in a mountain in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 21. REUTERS/Chamore

Fire burns in a mountain in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 21. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
3 / 16
Firefighters work as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTmore

Firefighters work as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
4 / 16
Firefighters work to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. more

Firefighters work to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
5 / 16
A man covers his face as smoke rises in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A man covers his face as smoke rises in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22.more

A man covers his face as smoke rises in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
6 / 16
A helicopter throws water over a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A helicopter throws water over a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22more

A helicopter throws water over a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
7 / 16
Fire burns next to a house in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Fire burns next to a house in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Cmore

Fire burns next to a house in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
8 / 16
Fire burns next to a house in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Fire burns next to a house in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Cmore

Fire burns next to a house in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
9 / 16
A helicopter throws water over a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A helicopter throws water over a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22more

A helicopter throws water over a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
10 / 16
Fire burns next to a children's playground in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Fire burns next to a children's playground in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina Septembmore

Fire burns next to a children's playground in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
11 / 16
Firefighters work as smoke rises in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work as smoke rises in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUmore

Firefighters work as smoke rises in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
12 / 16
A firefighter works to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A firefighter works to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22more

A firefighter works to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
13 / 16
A firefighter works to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

A firefighter works to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22more

A firefighter works to put out a fire in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
14 / 16
Firefighters work as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Firefighters work as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTmore

Firefighters work as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 22. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
15 / 16
Police and firefighters cars are seen as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 21. REUTERS/Charly Soto

Police and firefighters cars are seen as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentinmore

Police and firefighters cars are seen as fire burns in San Antonio de Arredondo, in Cordoba province, Argentina September 21. REUTERS/Charly Soto
Close
16 / 16

次のスライドショー

Youth stage global climate strike

United under Swedish activist Greta Thunberg, young people rallied worldwide to demand urgent action to halt catastrophic climate change, in their first global...

2020年 09月 26日

Photos of the week

Our top photos from the past week.

2020年 09月 25日

Essential workers in the nation's capital share their coronavirus anxieties

Healthcare professionals, grocery store clerks, truck drivers, cleaners and postal workers in the Washington area share their thoughts on working in a pandemic.

2020年 09月 25日

Kenya's Maasai gather for ceremony to turn warriors into elders

Around 15,000 men congregated to feast on an estimated 3,000 bulls and 30,000 goats and sheep, in a once-in-a-decade ceremony that transforms them from Moran...

2020年 09月 24日

その他のスライドショー

Photos of the week

Photos of the week

Our top photos from the past week.

Key events in North Korea-U.S. ties during the Trump presidency

Key events in North Korea-U.S. ties during the Trump presidency

North Korea's Kim Jong Un awaits the winner of next week's U.S. presidential election armed with greater leverage in their high-stakes nuclear diplomacy thanks to a more powerful and versatile arsenal of weapons than at the start of the Trump presidency.

Civilians in crossfire as Nagorno-Karabakh conflict deepens

Civilians in crossfire as Nagorno-Karabakh conflict deepens

Azerbaijan and Armenia accuse each other of killing civilians by shelling cities in and around Nagorno-Karabakh, in an escalation of a month-long conflict over the mountain enclave.

Tidal wave of new COVID cases crashes across U.S. and Europe

Tidal wave of new COVID cases crashes across U.S. and Europe

The United States, Russia, France and many other countries are setting records for coronavirus infections as a wave of cases forces some countries to impose new curbs.

Inside Trump's packed mega-rallies

Inside Trump's packed mega-rallies

Large crowds, some wearing masks and some not, cheer on President Trump at his recent campaign rallies.

On the frontlines of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

On the frontlines of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Azerbaijan and Armenia accused each other of killing civilians by shelling cities in and around Nagorno-Karabakh on Wednesday, in an escalation of a month-long conflict over the mountain enclave that has defied three ceasefires.

Cabbies and office workers: Meet Singapore's ordinary royals

Cabbies and office workers: Meet Singapore's ordinary royals

In the modern republic of Singapore, several seemingly ordinary people working in offices or driving taxis can claim to be of royal blood, descendants of a 19th-century monarch who ceded control of the Southeast Asian island to the British.

Life and death in COVID units around the world

Life and death in COVID units around the world

Inside hospital wards around the world where medical staff are treating the most severe cases of coronavirus.

Protests as Poland rules almost total ban on abortions

Protests as Poland rules almost total ban on abortions

Days of nationwide protests have followed a ruling by Poland's top court that abortion due to fetal defects is unconstitutional, amounting to a near-total ban on the procedure in the predominantly Catholic country.

スライドショーランキング