Probably most of you know what's happening in Australia these days.
For those of you who don't, here's a summary of an article taken from the website of the CNN:
Deadly bushfires raged on in southeast Australia on Sunday despite cooler temperatures and scores of firefighters trying to control the flames.
By Sunday afternoon, eight major fires were burning through Victoria, destroying hundreds of thousands of acres, said Daniel Connell, spokesman for the state's Country Fire Authority. The largest blaze has centered around Kinglake, where 100,000 hectares (247,000 acres) have burned down.
Another fire ravaged 90,000 hectares in Churchill, about 160 km (100 miles) southeast of Melbourne.
Officials say this year's brush fires in southeast Australia could become the worst since fires in 1983 that killed 75 people.
Video from the scene showed people trying to stamp out fir