Fire disaster in Israel (you can watch a video in English at the bottom of the link):
At least 40 people were killed and dozens were injured as the deadliest forest fire in Israel's history swept through the north of the country.
A large number of the dead were Israeli Police officers and firefighters, who were on their way to assist.
Among the injured, is Ahuva Tomer, first woman to command major police station.
Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu called it as a National Disaster, and asked help from the international community. The authorities in Israel are expecting to receive some 20 firefighting aircraft from Greece, France, Cyprus Spain, Croatia, Italy, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Jordan, Turkey and Russia.
More than 12,000 northern Israel residens were evacuated from their homes. The fire is getting close to Haifa, and the city's large University of Haifa. Officials are fear that some of Haifa neighborhoods will have to be evacuated as well, because of the strong winds that make the situation even worst.
Firefighters are not optimistic, and declared that they lost control