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PM Shehbaz orders to send emergency relief goods for flood-hit Afghans

2022-05-05T12:33+0200thenews-pk (en)

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Thursday announced to dispatch emergency relief goods to the victims affected by the severe floods in Afghanistan . Expressing solidarity with the people facing devastation, PM Shehbaz said: “We are with the Afghan people in this difficult hour and will provide them every possible assistance.

Pakistan to dispatch emergency relief goods for flood-hit Afghans

2022-05-05T11:43+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Floods wreak havoc in Afghanistan . PM Shehbaz Sharif orders dispatch of emergency relief goods for flood-hit Afghans. PM urges international community to help Afghans. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday announced to send emergency relief goods to the victims affected by the severe floods in Afghanistan.

Pakistan to dispatch emergency relief goods for flood-hit Afghans

2022-05-05T10:39+0200geo-tv (en)

Floods wreak havoc in Afghanistan . PM Shehbaz Sharif orders dispatch of emergency relief goods for flood-hit Afghans. PM urges international community to help Afghans. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday announced to send emergency relief goods to the victims affected by the severe floods in Afghanistan.

Flash flood kills 20 in Afghanistan

2022-05-05T05:49+0200radio-pk (en)

In Afghanistan , at least 20 people died and 30 others were injured in flash flood caused by heavy rains in more than 10 provinces of the country. The Afghan Acting Deputy Minister of Natural Disaster Management, Mawlawi Sharfuddin Muslim, said the flood left dozens of houses destroyed and caused losses to around 100 livestock.

Flash floods

2022-05-04T15:48+0200wn (en)

floods and storms killed at least 18 people after ravaging several provinces of Afghanistan over the past five days, an official said on Wednesday This year's flooding also came as the country observed Eid al-Fitr holidays after the fasting month of Ramadan ended on ... AREAL FLOOD WATCH. ...

Flash flood kills 2, damages countless homes in Afghanistan's Faryab

2022-05-04T11:27+0200aninews (en)

Faryab, [ Afghanistan ], May 4 (ANI): Due to heavy rain and flooding two persons were confirmed dead and scores were left homeless in Afghanistan's northern Faryab province, nearly 500 houses have been badly damaged or washed away informed a villager Azizullah on Wednesday.

Flash flood kills 2, damages countless homes in Afghanistan's Faryab

2022-05-04T11:15+0200timesofoman (en)

Faryab: Due to heavy rain and flooding two persons were confirmed dead and scores were left homeless in Afghanistan 's northern Faryab province, nearly 500 houses have been badly damaged or washed away informed a villager Azizullah on Wednesday. Two children died and several houses were washed away....

Flash flood kills 2, damages countless homes in Afghanistan's Faryab

2022-05-04T09:40+0200xinhuanet-english (en)

MAIMANA, Afghanistan , May 4 (Xinhua) -- At least two persons were confirmed dead and scores left homeless as some 500 houses have been badly damaged or washed away in Afghanistan's northern Faryab province, a villager Azizullah said Wednesday. Heavy rain and flooding late Tuesday claimed the lives....

Cred Crunch Newsletter, Issue No. 66 (April 2022) - Disasters1 Year in Review 2021

2022-04-27T15:20+0200reliefWeb (en)

In 2021, the Emergency Event Database (EM-DAT) recorded 432 disastrous events related to natural hazards worldwide. Overall, these accounted for 10,492 deaths, affected 101.8 million people and caused approximately 252.1 billion US$ of economic losses2 .

‘Un reportero de guerra es un historiador que aún está vivo’

2022-04-25T07:21+0200eltiempo-CO (es)

Plàcid Garcia-Planas (Sabadell, 1962) puede cubrir los mapas con chinchetas marcando cada país al que ha acudido como reportero de guerra: la antigua Yugoslavia, Líbano, Afganistán, Israel, Irak o Palestina. En sus distintos textos –habitual-mente marcados por la violencia de los conflictos– destaca....

May 2014 (1)

2022-04-08T12:32+0200unccd-int (en)

Bonn, Germany, 20 May 2014 – The 14 semi-finalists for this year's Land for Life Award unveiled today are from Afghanistan , Canada, Eritrea, Ethiopia, India, Republic of Korea, Pakistan, Peru, Togo, Turkey, United Kingdom and Zimbabwe. Their work ranges from scientific breakthroughs on reversing....

Xinhua Asia-Pacific news summary at 1000 GMT, April 7

2022-04-07T12:45+0200china.org.cn (en)

MANILA -- Around 3.5 million people in the Western Pacific die each year as a result of environmental causes, according to World Health Organization (WHO) data released on Thursday. In a virtual press conference, Takeshi Kasai, WHO regional director for the Western Pacific, said extreme weather....

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