8 million hectares of land has been burnt in Australia's deadliest bushfire disaster. Some blazes are so huge that only heavy rainfall could quench them.

Iran (IMNA) - Satellite pictures indicate that Australia's deadly wildfires have blanketed a thick smoke, ash, dust and soot all over the southeast Australia. 

It seems that the massive bush-fires have escalated to an entirely new level as they are showing no signs of stopping and the flames are still spreading through much of the southeastern part.

Thousands of rural people have been left homeless and they have spent days without telecommunications, electricity and even drinking water.Reports estimated that almost half a billion animals are feared to have died by the devastating fires, marking one of the biggest environmental disasters of the century.

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