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June 23, 2017
Heavy rains have killed 15 in Ivory Coast
Abidjan (AFP) June 21, 2017
The heavy rains drenching Ivory Coast since May have killed at least 15 people in the economic capital Abidjan and injured over two dozen, the government said on Wednesday. West Africa's rainy season, which lasts three to four months, regularly causes fatalities and damage across Abidjan's hillside shack communities, with 16 people killed last year and 39 in 2014. "We are today at 15 dead and 25 hurt in total," said Communications Minister Bruno Kone. Most of the victims lived in the shack ... read more

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Greek island picks up the pieces after 6.3-magnitude quake
The Greek island of Lesbos on Tuesday laboured to pick up the pieces after a 6.3-magnitude earthquake gutted a village, killing a woman and leaving over 15 injured. ... more
Volcanoes, referees for the life on Earth
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Sediment from Himalayas may have made 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake more severe
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Sri Lanka appeals for help as floods foul water supply
Sri Lanka appealed Tuesday for volunteers to help with a massive clean-up after landslides and floods left at least 193 dead and tens of thousands without safe drinking water. ... more
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Thousands of Sri Lankan troops battled Monday to get relief supplies to nearly half a million people displaced by the island's worst flooding in well over a decade, which has killed 169 people. ... more
Study explains severity of 9.2 magnitude Sumatra earthquake
New research suggests ancient Himalayan sediments account for the severity of the 2004 earthquake in Sumatra. ... more
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