President Joe Biden Visits Hurricane Idalia-Damaged Southern Florida: Tour, Damage Inspection, and Comforting Victims

2023-09-03 22:03:00 U.S. President Joe Biden travels to southern Florida on Sept. 2 to inspect the damage caused by Hurricane Idalia and comfort the victims of the disaster (Reuters/Evelyn Hockstein) [フロリダ州ライブ・オーク 2日 ロイター] – US President Biden visited southern Florida on the 2nd, inspected the damage caused by Hurricane Idalia, and comforted the victims. Republican … Read more

Russia’s Attack on Chornomorsk Port in Ukraine: Severe Damage to Grain Export Facilities and Global Food Security

2023-07-19 13:45:00 Ukraine’s Agriculture and Food Minister Sorsky said on the 19th that the port of Chornomorsk in the southern Odesa province on the coast of the Black Sea was attacked by Russia at night, and grain export facilities were severely damaged, and a large amount of stored grain was destroyed. revealed to be lost. … Read more

Uttar Pradesh Heat Wave: Investigating the Cause of 54 Deaths in Baria District

2023-06-19 07:33:00 At least 54 people have died in the past few days in the Baria district of the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, which has been hit by a heat wave, the Times of India reported on June 19. The government is investigating the cause of death. Workers rest under a tree in New … Read more

Southern California wildfire spreads as blazes hit parched states

(Reuters) – A wildfire fed by parched land and high winds spread in southern California on Saturday, forcing hundreds of people to leave their homes as the blaze formed destructive columns of flames known as fire tornadoes. The so-called Sherpa Fire in Santa Barbara County, about 90 miles (145 km) northwest of Los Angeles, had … Read more

Angle: European warm winter “like summer”, salvation for energy crisis | Reuters

LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Europe continues to experience record warmth through the end of the year and into the new year. Environmental activists have called for more urgent action to tackle climate change, a relief for governments struggling with rising natural gas prices. From Switzerland to Poland to Hungary, temperatures have hit record highs in the … Read more

Angle: Pakistan floods, hardships in reconstruction push homes and jobs | Reuters

CHALSADA, Pakistan (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – In late August, the swollen Swat River in northwestern Pakistani province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa turned and rushed into the village of Naeem Ullah, 40, plunging into Ula. 14 houses of Mr. and his relatives were swept away. In Pakistan, months of rainfall and unusually hot spring temperatures accelerated the … Read more