Wildfires kill dozens in Algeria as president deflects blame

The World

Wildfires in Algeria this week remain largely out of control. At least 69 people have died in numerous blazes across the country that began on Monday. The fires are being driven by extreme temperatures and high winds. Reporter Maher Mezahi spent time in the most impacted region yesterday. He speaks to The World's Marco Werman about what people have been experiencing and the government's response to the fires.