The second flooding peak in Riverland arrives at Christmas with 185 gigaliters flowing into the Murray River each day

South Australia will see a second, higher flooding peak for the Murray River as authorities say they now expect an influx of 185 gigalitres per day in the second surge in late December. the main points: Southern Africa is expected to have two flood peaks, one in early December and the other around Christmas The … Read more

Kim’s sister warns US of ‘more deadly security crisis’

The influential sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un warned the United States on Tuesday that it would face an “even deadlier security crisis” as Washington pushes for a United Nations condemnation of North Korea’s latest ballistic missile test. Kim Yo Jong’s warning came hours after US Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield told an emergency … Read more

Who will be held responsible for the loss of climate change and damage to the planet?

by DW Written by Louise Osborne Eric Ngojuna is angry. The 20-year-old environmental activist witnesses the devastating changes the planet is bringing in rising temperatures in Kenya. People are losing their livelihoods, homes and many, even their lives, to the worst drought the region has experienced in the past 40 years. “The influences make us … Read more

Halloween crush in Seoul: South Korean authorities say they have no guidelines for Halloween crowds

Seoul, South Korea CNN – South Korean authorities said on Monday they had no guidelines for dealing with the huge crowds that gathered to celebrate Halloween in Seoul, as families in the country and around the world mourned the 156 people. Saturday night crowd crush victims. The explosion occurred in the narrow, neon-lit alleys of … Read more

Mass rally in South Korea leaves country reeling, as death toll rises to 154

CNN – South Korean authorities are investigating Crowds that killed at least 154 Partygoers in Seoul, as a troubled nation tries to come to terms with one of its worst disasters ever. The country has begun a week-long mourning period as officials try to understand how it happened devastating crush takes place. Among the dead … Read more

After Ian, river flooding threatens the inner cities of Florida

Northport, Florida – When Hurricane Ian devastated coastal cities in southwest Florida, residents of this sleepy suburb thought they would be safe, have no beach and live outside areas under evacuation orders. But then the water continued to flow. Since Ian’s passage, the water level has risen dramatically, turning roads into canals, accessing mailboxes, flooding … Read more