Calamity

Bali braces for eruption of Mount Agung; 'Stay Away' India issues Travel advisory

Consulate General of India, Bali have issued a travel advisory stating a high alert on Mount Agung by Indonesia authorities on Sunday. It is Bali’s biggest mountain and volcanic activities have been seen around...

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#MexicoEarthquake: Death toll reaches to 230; Sushma Swaraj confirms no Indian casualties

The country of Mexico was still arising from the rubble of earthquake last week and one more arrived yesterday to haunt them all life. A violent earthquake of 7.1 magnitude hit Mexico badly by killing at least 230 people across five states. ..

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Typhoon Talim hits southwestern Japan, disrupts transport massively in major areas

Typhoon Talim landed on Japan’s the southern island of Kyushu has disrupted Japan's air and land transport network. It has caused heavy wind and rain. The typhoon which was expected to make landfall around noon (1300 AEST) landed in the city of Minami-Kyushu around local time 11:30 a.m...

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French Prez Macron promises to ‘rebuild’ Caribbean islands by deploying army and supplies

After the Hurricane Irma tore down the lands apart in Europe and U.S; French President Emmanuel Macron yesterday rushed to St. Martin with supplies of food and other necessities. During his visit, macron vowed to quickly rebuild the islands of the French Caribbean. ..

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French President Macron rushes to Irma-torn Saint Martin, gives out food and water to the locals

French President Emmanuel Macron arrives in Guadeloupe on Tuesday before travelling on to Saint Martin and Saint Barthelemy to inspect storm damage and relief operations as his government comes under fire for its handling of Hurricane Irma. ..

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Hurricane Irma leaves 11 dead; tears path through Caribbean and heads Florida

The UK government has increased the relief fund for British overseas territories devastated by Hurricane Irma to £32m, said Prime Minister Theresa May. The announcement - increasing the fund from £12m - was made by the PM as she said the government had responded "swiftly" to the disaster. Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon said the government was doing all it could to help people affected...

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8.1 magnitude of earthquake hits the Southern Mexican coast

The worse natural calamity hits Mexico shaking the capital city, causing people to flee from the swaying buildings and landing up on the streets. Parts of the city have knocked out lights. A tsunami warning has been issued for Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama and Honduras...

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Hurricane Irma makes landfall in Caribbean Islands

Even as the life in Texas is limping to normalcy after the havoc caused by Hurricane Harvey, another dreadful Hurricane Irma has made its first landfall in the northeast Caribbean islands on early Wednesday...

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Sewa volunteers bring smile on the face of Hurricane Harvey victims in USA

The young volunteers of Sewa International, committed as they are to serve the victims of the Hurricane Harvey, exhibited excellent spirit of selfless service and strong determination to help those even risking their own welfare. ..

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NASA releases bone chilling images of Hurricane Harvey captured from space

Hurricane Harvey is a three-headed hurricane which has come upon Texas’s gulf coast last Friday. The storm is expected to be the strongest tempest to hit land in the United States in over a decade. The view of the monster squall from space paints perhaps the best picture of just how large and dangerous it is...

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Hurricane Harvey leaves a trail of destruction in Texas

Widespread devastation was caused in Texas as the Hurricane Harvey, the most powerful storm, stuck the mainland in over a decade on Friday. The hurricane destroyed homes, severed power supplies and forced thousands of residents to take shelter to safer places...

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Landslide, a real killer in African nations takes away 40 lives in Congo

Landslide has become a real killer in African countries. After Sierra Leone, now Congo lost at least 60 people in a landslide. The landslide swept through a fishing village on the banks of Lake Albert in the northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Heavy rain in recent weeks triggered the disaster...

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