As global terror becomes a much bigger threat, how can you prepare yourself just in case? Don't stick your head in the sand and always remain vigilant.

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Fire safety recalls can become global news (such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 7) or they can fly under the radar. Here are four recent fire safety recalls that you may not have heard about. 

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Moving on to Europe, we take a look at some of the tallest skyscrapers on the continent. Surprisingly, there are no skyscrapers over 400 meters, however, that doesn't mean there's nothing worth talking about.

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Did you know that there are several types of fire extinguishers, each containing a different substance? Knowing which type of fire extinguisher to use is of utmost importance to fire safety in your home.

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Fire is the observable effect of the procedure for combustion - a special kind of chemical reaction. The products from the chemical response are totally distinct from the startintg material. The response will keep going so long as there's enough heat, fuel and oxygen.

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Much can be learned about fire safety from pop culture, including television and video games. Here are some examples.

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As we start a new year, let's take a look at some of the worst fires to happen over 2016. Each one is a tragedy, so here's to 2017 having much fewer.

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While 2016 brought us the second tallest building in the world, 2017 will bring us no shortage of megatall and supertall skyscrapers. Here are some of the most high profile buildings set to be completed next year.

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There were many impressive skyscrapers built in 2016. Here are five that stood above the rest (literally).

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It's December and you know what that means: Winter Holidays. With winter holidays comes cooking, candles, decorations, and (flammable) trees. Here are some fire safety tips for the holidays.

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