California Mudslides Death Toll Rises With 13 Still Missing

California Mudslides

Hundreds of rescuers are combing wreckage in Southern California for more than a dozen people missing after mudslides that have killed 17 people. Another 28 injuries have been reported in Santa Barbara County following the deluge that overwhelmed an area scorched by wildfires last month. More than 100 homes were destroyed, and another 300 have been More...

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By Jennifer Lewis On Saturday, December 30th, 2017
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North Korea: We’re Not Backing Down On Nuclear Development

North Korea will remain committed to the country’s nuclear development in 2018, according to a report released Saturday by state-run news agency KCNA. “Do not expect any change in its policy,” More...

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By Sam Felton On Saturday, December 23rd, 2017
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Russian Submarines Are Prowling Around Vital Undersea Cables.

Russian submarines have dramatically stepped up activity around undersea data cables in the North Atlantic, part of a more aggressive naval posture that has driven NATO to revive a Cold War-era command, according More...

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By Jennifer Lewis On Thursday, December 14th, 2017
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Alabama Election: Trump Says Senate Loss Proves Him Right

US President Donald Trump has distanced himself from Roy Moore after the Republican suffered a historic defeat for the party in conservative Alabama. The victory for Democrat Doug Jones narrows the Republican majority More...

Iraq Excluded from Altered Travelling Order of U.S
By Jennifer Lewis On Tuesday, March 7th, 2017
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Iraq Excluded from Altered Travelling Order of U.S

President Donald Trump has revived his executive travelling Order. New travelling law excluded the Iraq from banning countries. New order came after almost one and half month. In January, President Donald Trump More...

China Will Raise its Defense Budget Next Month
By Jennifer Lewis On Sunday, February 26th, 2017
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China Will Raise its Defense Budget Next Month

It is most likely to expect that China will raise its defense budget for the year in next month annual meeting of Parliament. China surprised last year with its lowest increase in six years, 7.6 percent, the first More...

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By Jennifer Lewis On Monday, July 13th, 2015
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Satoru Iwata Ninetendo’s CEO Has Passed Away At Age Of 55

Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata has passed away at age 55. “Nintendo Co., Ltd. deeply regrets to announce that President Satoru Iwata passed away on July 11, 2015 due to a bile duct growth”. Iwata-san had More...

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By Jennifer Lewis On Monday, June 29th, 2015
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Explosion At Taiwan Water Park, Around 500 Peoples Got Injured

Taiwan’s Ministry of Health and Welfare put out a call for medical supplies and skin grafts for the hundreds injured after flammable powder exploded in midair at a recreational water park, Taiwanese media More...

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By Jennifer Lewis On Tuesday, June 16th, 2015
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MERS Outbreaks In South Korea Death Toll Rises To 19.

The government of South Korea has authorized the use of over $45 million in reserve funds to support the nation’s struggle with an outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), which took three more lives More...

An Indonesian volcano, closely monitored by alarmed authorities, has unleashed a new powerful plume of smoke and ash into the air. The status of Mount Sinabung, located close to a deadly ancient volcano, was recently raised to the highest alert level. Indonesian authorities have recorded another powerful burst from Sinabung on Saturday. The latest eruption however caused no injuries as over 2,700 people living in the immediate danger zone had already been evacuated earlier this week. On Saturday hot ash tumbled down the slopes of the 2,460-meter-high mountain as far as 3 km, Wendy Cahya, an official monitoring the eruption, told AP. So far, the authorities have recorded 11 releases of volcanic ash. Sinabung volcano in Northern Sumatra, Indonesia, is located only 35 km from the Toba volcano whose super-eruption, according to scientists, put mankind on the brink of extinction almost 70,000 years ago. Sinabung’s growing lava dome, “is very unstable,” volcanologists warned this week, urging locals to stay away from the mountain. Sinabung has been erupting from time to time since 2010, after more than 400 years of being dormant. In 2014, at least 17 people were killed by eruptions from Sinabung.
By Jennifer Lewis On Sunday, June 14th, 2015
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Volcano Eruption In Indonesia Sinabung, Dark Ash Clouds Covers Indonesian Skies.

An Indonesian volcano, closely monitored by alarmed authorities, has unleashed a new powerful plume of smoke and ash into the air. The status of Mount Sinabung, located close to a deadly ancient volcano, was recently More...