Daily Archives: July 3, 2011

Green Peace sound alarms about contamination dangers of crippled Fukushima plant

(c) RT News 2011

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Suicide vortex: 4 missing after police interrupt group suicide attempt

July 3, 2011 – SOUTH KOREA – South Korean police say they’ve rescued one person from a group of five who jumped into a rain-swollen river in an apparent suicide attempt. Police in Gapyeong say two men and three women … Continue reading

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Tropical storm Arlene slams into Mexico leaving 11 dead

July 3, 2011 – MEXICO – At least 11 people were confirmed dead in Mexico after Tropical Storm Arlene drenched much of the country with heavy rains and left hundreds of thousands homeless, officials said. The first named storm of … Continue reading

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Indonesia’s Mount Soputan erupts with 6 km ash cloud

July 3, 2011 – INDONESIA – A volcano on Indonesia’s Sulawesi island has erupted, spewing ash and smoke 6 kilometers into the air. Mount Soputan in North Sulawesi province erupted about 6am on Sunday (8am AEST) but people living in the sparsely populated … Continue reading

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Oil spill on Montanta’s Yellowstone River forces evacuations

July 3, 2011 – LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – An undetermined amount of crude oil spilled from an ExxonMobil pipeline into the Yellowstone River in Montana, prompting evacuations of nearby residents on Saturday, authorities said. The spill that was detected early … Continue reading

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Death toll from landslides in Bangladesh reaches 17

July 3, 2011 – CHITTAGONG: The death toll from a rain-triggered landslide in the Bangladesh port city of Chittagong has risen to 17, police said Saturday, as five more bodies were pulled from the mud. The victims were buried while … Continue reading

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Huge swath of south Georgia and north Florida continues to burn

July 3, 2011 – GEORGIA – All entrances to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge are closed through the holiday weekend as firefighters continue to battle a 10-week-old blaze that has burned well over half the 400,000-acre preserve. Jason Curry, a … Continue reading

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