The Rammasun typhoon kills 12 peoples in Philippines

Typhoon Rammasun in Philippines, yesterday left at least 12 dead, several areas whithout electricity and caused damages to a parked airplane, as reported by authorities. The winds of 150 km / h and gusts up to 185 km / h brought down trees and electricity poles, in addition to...
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The Philippines in critical condition after typhoon

The urgent need for food and water led thousands of people to assault a store in Alangalang near Tacloban, from which they took 100,000 sacks of rice leaving eight people death when the wall they were attempting to climb collapsed, despite police protection. Tacloban is the most...
Some regions of the Philippines are still unreachable due to floods

Philippines suffers terrible consequences for the typhoon

Philippines was declared yesterday under a state of calamity after Typhoon Haiyan which has caused thousands of deaths,approximately,  very difficult to count yet, but preliminary figures are more than 10.000 casualties, the displacement of 673.000 people who are now homeless and...
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Typhoon in the Philippines leaves 10.000 deaths

The Haiyan Typhoon that struck the eastern coast of the Philippines on Friday has left more than 10.000 deaths only in the city of Tacloban. Officials predicted that this number could increase when emergency crews gain access to the areas isolated by floods. This typhoon has been...

Eastern China, Shanghai Assaulted by Typhoon

This Wednesday, a typhoon slammed China’s eastern coast, flooding its out roads and knocked out power and disrupted transportation and disrupted one of the nations most populous regions. According to Xinhua News Agency the heavy rains damaged bridges and houses of many people,...

Shanghai on High Alert Due to Haikui Typhoon

This Tuesday Shanghai could be facing one of the worst typhoons produced in previous years. The weather observatory of Zhejiang confirmed that the winds of the typhoon will have a strength of 144 kph according to a report of the Xinhua news agency. The agency informed that the...
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China on Red Alert

The China Meteorological Administration has declared red alert for the first time this year because of the strong typhoons, Damrey and Saola, that are currently experiencing. According to the South China Morning Post, the two typhoons caused strong winds and rain storms resulting...
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Saola Typhoon Falls in Taiwan With Fury

Around 3:20 am the Saola typhoon struck Taiwan with fierce winds and torrential claiming the lives of four people. Almost the entire island was shut down and over 200 international and domestic flights were cancelled. The slow-pace typhoon, which has killed 23 people in the...
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