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Death Toll from Indonesia Floods and Landslides Climbs to 26

The death toll from a series of recent landslides and flash floods in western Indonesia has reached 26, officials say. ... More

Dozens of Flights Canceled as Typhoon Malakas Hits Southern Japan

A strong typhoon has swept through southern Japan, prompting the cancellation of scores of flights and forcing thousands to evacuate their homes.... More

Dxers Unlimited weekend edition for Sunday 11 September 2016

Hola amigos radioaficionados all around the world now enjoying like I am , the much better propagation conditions prevailing thanks to the proximity of the au... More

Guatemala Mudslide Caused by Heavy Rains Kills at Least 10

At least 10 people have been killed in a mudslide caused by heavy rains in a southern Guatemalan town, emergency officials reported, adding that at least one ot... More

UN Praises Cuba's Mountain Management Program

Rosalaura Romeo, the Secretary of the Rome-based Mountain Partnership, has praised Cuba's mountain management program, known on the island as the Turquino-Manat... More

Hurricane Newton Slams into Mexico's Los Cabos Resort

Hurricane Newton has battered Mexico's northwestern resort of Los Cabos, tearing down trees and blowing away tin roofs.... More

China and the United States Formally Commit to Paris Climate Agreement

The United States and China have formally committed to the Paris climate agreement aimed at slowing climate change, during U.S. President Barack Obama’s trip ... More

Hurricane Hermine Hits Florida with Heavy Rains and Wind

Hurricane Hermine has made landfall in Florida, unleashing torrents of rain, storm surges and up to 80-mile-an-hour winds.... More

Typhoon Lionrock Kills at least Fourteen in Northern Japan

A devastating storm in northern Japan has claimed the lives of at least 14 people and left more than 1,600 others stranded in the affected areas.... More

United Nations Warns 300 Million At Risk of Water Pollution

The United Nations has warned about increasing risks of consuming dirty water in Asia, Africa and Latin America as millions in those areas are exposed to increa... More

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