Explosion in North China

The explosion destroyed the buildings in northern China, killing about seven people and injuring dozens, and also shattered windows in all buildings within a radius of 3 kilometers, state media and officials.

Over 3,500 people were killed during anti-government protests in Syria

The representative of the United Nations condemned the "brutal crackdown on dissent," based on reliable sources.

Earthquake in Turkey: Rescue teams search for survivors

Some of the people caught in the trap of Hotel Bayram (Bayram), send messages and tweets from under the rubble.

Environmental disaster because of the oil spill off the coast of New Zealand

New Zealand on Tuesday announced the biggest maritime environmental disaster as a result of the oil spill, which poured into the bay from the ancient reef sat down on a container ship.

The explosion at the nuclear facility "Marcoule" claimed the life of one person

One person was killed and four people seriously injured in an explosion at a nuclear facility "Marcoule" in France.

Water lilies have caused huge floods in the Philippines

More than half a million people in the southern Philippines hit by flooding that occurred as a result of the fact that water lilies have become an obstacle for the flow of the second-largest, longest river in the country, officials said in ponedelnik.Lilii captivated a segment of the Rio Grande River is 320 kilometers (200 miles), preventing the release of water from the Moro Gulf, located in the south-west of the island of Mindanao, which met after the heavy rains last week, as reported by reputable spetsialisty.Rio Grande is known, is the longest river flowing on mainly the southern Philippine island of Mindanao, and the second largest river in the entire river system of the country.

3,500 people were evacuated due to the eruption of a volcano in Chile

On Saturday, June 4, 2011 one of the volcanoes in Cordon Kaulle, in southern Chile began erupting strong billowing smoke and ash high into the sky, forcing organize emergency evacuation of more than 3,500 people who live next door.

The earthquake in Japan has increased the risk of aftershocks throughout the country

Huge earthquake magnitude 9.0 points that devastated Japan in March, are the reason that some areas, including Tokyo, are now, according to scientists, in the risk of aftershocks, and even new major earthquake is expected over the next few years.

Ibiza is struggling with the largest forest fire in the history of

Recently, the authorities of Spain reported that the third day is a struggle, as in heaven, so on earth with large forest fire in the history of Spain, and in particular on the resort island of Ibiza.

Scientists: sea levels rose by one meter

Meteorologists, scientists recently found that sea level has risen up to one meter during this century because of global warming.

U.S. predicts about 10 Atlantic hurricanes this season

Atlantic will face this year with a rather anomalous hurricane season, moving roughly around 10 hurricanes. About this outlook reported Thursday this week, the U.S. Weather Service.

May 21: Another Date of Judgment on Earth?

Ancient prophets announcing the Day of Judgment, is often depicted in cartoons as bearded men in robes who stand on street corners and announce the sign, saying the following phrases: "The end has come!" or "Repent!" It’s a funny cartoon, but it is very relevant.

Wild tornado season heralds about climate change?

Some climate models predict that warming could cause more intense storms like those that occurred in the South East of America on Wednesday night.

What are the differences and similarities of Fukushima and Chernobyl?

Japanese authorities have assigned the accident at the Fukushima-1 seventh highest possible level of danger on a scale INES.

The nuclear crisis in Japan has risen to the level of Chernobyl?

Japanese authorities have raised the severity rating of the nuclear crisis at the highest level - now it is seven.

Scientists: Changing weather conditions will increase the number of natural disasters

Natural disasters - hurricanes, tornadoes and floods - are taking place in the world each year, but geographers argue that in the future their number will increase markedly.

Powerful aftershocks in Japan continue to take their toll

Three people were killed and many people were injured as a result of strong aftershocks in the north-eastern part of Japan. It was the strongest aftershock second power 9 points that triggered a devastating tsunami four weeks ago.

The steam from a nuclear reactor in Japan continues to cause concern

Smoke and steam rose from the two nuclear reactors threatening a nuclear power plant in Japan that were damaged during the earthquake, were the result of attempts to prevent a catastrophic Meltdown and stop the spread of radiation and still continue to cause concern around the world.

Japanese earthquake reduced the length of a day on Earth

The huge earthquake that struck northeastern Japan, reduced the duration of the earth of the day was the reason for the changes in the position and rotation of the globe.

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