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More evidence of terror in fires

Police investigate arson in San Bernardino, summer blazes in France linked to gas bombs. While Southern California law enforcement authorities investigate an eyewitness report of arson in at least one of the major wildfires that have killed at least 16 people, destroyed 567,000 acres and more than 1,600 homes, there is new evidence terrorism was behind other recent wildfires in Europe and Australia. The San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department reported it was seeking two men, both around 20, who were seen in a van on a road north of the city of San Bernardino last weekend. A witness saw one occupant throw something on to the roadside brush that started a fire. The witness said the van made a U-turn and fled the scene. Meanwhile, in devastating forest fires that swept through the Maures mountains near the French Riviera in late July, investigators found Molotov cocktails, or gasoline bombs, were used to ignite the blazes that killed at least four and destroyed 50 homes. Full Story

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