Damage from storms across the Kingdom during the first five months of the year increased significantly.
Not only do disasters ignore national borders, but humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR) for the communities affected are increasingly coordinated at the regional level.
Theresa May has earned her defeat in parliament and only has herself to blame. Brexit has developed enormous destructive power. No matter how this British drama ends, the damage will remain.
The death toll from the eruption of Krakatau Child volcano in Indonesia increases.
The Cambodian Red Cross has said that it helped 138,937 families so far this year through disaster relief.
At least 61 people are killed and over 70 others injured in Indian state of Punjab.
As many as 85 villages are flooded in Myanmar after a dam failed.
India’s response to floods in Kerala wins praise.
India’s flood-ravaged Kerala state will seek to finance reconstruction work.
The dam collapse and floods in southern Laos in late July shows that disaster response in Southeast Asia comprises different types of cooperation.
At least 12 people are killed and dozens others injured as two quakes rocked Lombok.
A bleak future combined with barriers to work and education is a recipe for disaster for refugees in Indonesia. But some enterprising souls have found ways out of the doldrums. DW’s Gemima Harvey reports from Jakarta.
Rescuers battle across a swathe of remote southern Laos to find survivors.
Stung Treng provincial authorities evacuate 1,289 families, or roughly 5,000 people.
Japan’s severe heatwave killed at least 15 people and sent more than 12,000 to hospital in the first two weeks of July.
Intense heat and water shortages raise fears of disease outbreaks in flood-hit Japan.
Divers and an underwater drone join a fleet of rescue vessels in Indonesia’s search.
The death toll from an Indonesian ferry disaster could top 180.
Guatemala ends its victim search efforts in the zone that suffered most deaths and injuries from the Fuego volcano eruption.
Nearly 70 people have died and over 70 injured during storms so far this year, including a staggering 65 deaths from lightning.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has urged Cambodian tycoons to purchase helicopters for personal uses to facilitate their business and they also helped the government to rescue people when natural disaster occurred.
The death toll from a plane crash in Cuba last week rose to 111 as one of the three survivors, Grettel Landrove, 23, died in a Havana hospital.
Lightning strikes have killed at least 50 people thus far this year, a government official said on Friday.
The Cambodian Red Cross today dispersed supplies to hundreds of Kratie province villagers who were discharged from hospital after they recovered from poisoning that left 13 dead.
Two people are killed by lightning and six others were injured in storms.
Chemicals from a soda ash factory near a town in northern Bosnia have polluted a river, killing fish and damaging farmland.
Disaster Management says at least four provinces are suffering from flash floods.
Two people were killed while another two were injured by lightning strikes this week in Stung Treng and Battambang provinces.
Two men are killed by lightning in Battambang’s Ek Phnom and Sangke districts.
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