Daily Archives: January 18, 2011

7.2 earthquake strikes SW Pakistan

January 18, 2011 – “An earthquake has hit southwest Pakistan with a magnitude of 7.2. Twitter lit up with the news that people felt the earth move from Dubai to the outskirts of Delhi. Reuters reports the quake struck 34 … Continue reading

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Bulusan volcano blows her top

January 18, 2011 – “Restive Bulusan Volcano in Sorsogon acted up again on Tuesday, spewing ash in a predawn explosion before dawn, state volcanologists said. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Philvolcs) said the quake occurred at 2:58 a.m., … Continue reading

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Red quiver: sinkholes and seismic anomalies across China

January 18, 2011 – “A Chinese family had to leave their home after a giant sinkhole suddenly opened up in their backyard overnight. The hole is nearly 70 ft wide and nobody has so far even been able to measure … Continue reading

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Nightmare in the Philippines- The rain that won’t go away- 60 dead

January 18, 2011 – MANILA: The death toll from floods and landslides caused by more than three weeks of heavy monsoon rains in wide areas of the Philippines climbed to 60, a disaster control official (DCO) reported on Monday. In … Continue reading

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China gyrates between extremes- drought and snow

January 18, 2011 – BEIJING (Reuters) – “Around 2.2 million people are facing a shortage of drinking water due to a severe drought in parts of central, southern and eastern China, with some cities starting to run low on supplies, … Continue reading

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Wind, waves, quakes rock Indonesia

January 18, 2011 – “Jakarta – Although Tropical Cyclone Vince has lost much of its strength, strong swells are still expected off Java’s southern coast and across the eastern islands, state weather forecasters have said. Despite the storm weakening to … Continue reading

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