Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Natural Disaster

Climate forecast – more than three degrees by 2080

Climate change is one of the biggest challenges of the present day. At the beginning the question: What do we actually know about the change? A few weeks later, shortly after the Climate Summit in Madrid at the beginning...

5.7 magnitude earthquake hits Russian administered Shikotan island

An earthquake measuring 5.7 on the Richter scale jolted an area 39 kilometers off the coast of the Russian-administered Shikotan island, the official SPA news agency reported. According to the US Geological Survey, the epicenter of the quake occurred at...

Death toll rises 22 after 5.8 magnitude earthquake hits Pakistan

The number of victims of 5.8 magnitude earthquake in northeastern Pakistan on Tuesday increased to 22 with more than 300 injured, said a senior police official. Television footage shows several vehicles trapped in a large crack in the road as...

Earthquake measuring 5.8 hits the Philippine province of Davao Oriental

An earthquake measuring 5.8 on the Richter scale jolted the Philippine province of Davao on Tuesday. The epicenter was 39 km southwest of Davao Oriental province, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said on its website, adding that it...

Death toll from Hurricane Dorian rises to 50 in Bahamas

The death toll from Hurricane Dorian has risen to at least 50, the health minister of the Bahamas said on Tuesday. More bodies were expected to be found as searches continued under the rubble in cyclone-devastated areas north of the...

Typhoon Faxai enters Japan: One dead, 30 people injured in various areas

Typhoon Faxai entered in Japan, killing one and at least 30 people were reported injured in Chiba, Kanagawa and Shizuoka prefectures. A woman in her 20s was seriously hurt after pillars at a golf practice range fell onto her...

Typhoon Faxai: Japan orders evacuation of about 3,700 people

The Japanese officials on Sunday ordered the evacuation of about 3,700 people from the city of Ebina, Kanagawa Prefecture and Izu Oshima Island, south of Tokyo, as Typhoon Faxai approaches. The officials raised the level of caution to the fourth...

Japan prepares for Typhoon Faxai

Japanese authorities canceled flights and train service on Sunday in response to Typhoon Faxai arriving with sustained winds of up to 216 kilometers per hour (kph) and heavy rain. According to the Japanese Meteorological Agency, Faxai, meaning Lao's female, is...

3 killed, 20 others injured by typhoon Lingling in South Korea

The powerful typhoon Lingling that hit South Korea recently has left three people dead, at least 20 others injured, several buildings destroyed and tens of thousands of homes without electricity. "The authorities are reviewing the damage caused by typhoon Lingling,...

Hurricane Dorian arrives in North Carolina

Hurricane Dorian of Category 2 has finally arrived in the US, but weakened and been relegated to low category storm, as it moved along the coast of several states in southern and north Carolina, according to US weather experts. According...

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Britain invests $ 400 million in Africa

The British government-owned Development Finance Agency (CDC Group) said it has signed investment deals in Africa worth $ 400...

Trump miscalculates trade war, bad news for his supporters

American trade policy since taking office by Donald Trump aligned as president in January 2017 confrontation. His intention was to conclude new "deals" with...

China : Corona virus spreads from person to person

Corona virus in China can also be transmitted from person to person. In addition, infections among medical personnel have been confirmed, a team from...

UNWTO: Global tourism rate fell 4 percent, slowest since 2016

UNWTO report said that the international tourism rates fell four percent last year, the slowest growth since 2016, according to the World Tourism Organization. The...

Malaysia ships back 150 containers of plastic waste to the exporting countries

Malaysia has shipped 150 containers of plastic waste estimated at 3,737 tonnes, to its exporting country since the third quarter last year. Minister of Energy,...