Wildfires in Canada and Tenerife have forced thousands to evacuate their homes.
A state of emergency has been declared in Canada as more than 1,000 wildfires are raging across the country, destroying an area about the size of Greece.
Around 30,000 households have been ordered to evacuate the province of British Columbia and another 36,000 are on alert.
In Tenerife, helicopters were used to drop water over a huge forest fire that has been raging in the forests near the Teide Volcano Natural Park for five days.
Good weather conditions have prevented the fire from destroying homes in the holiday hotspot.
But the fire, the largest in the Canary Islands to date, has still destroyed over 6% of the area and forced more than 12,000 people to flee their homes.
Canada is experiencing its worst wildfire season on record – with at least 1,000 fires burning across the country.
There were more than 5,700 fires across Canada that summer.
It comes after a terrible fire in Maui, in the American island nation of Hawaii, killed at least 110 people – although the number is still expected to rise.