This week’s Binge Worthy is a bit different from my normal picks. Sometimes it is worth to wait for new episodes of a TV series that only airs weekly. As the context of this show is on climate change, it can be a bit heavy.
At least 22 people have died and a number are missing under flash flooding.
Authorities in Banteay Meanchey province said that recent rainfall has caused flooding along National Road 58 in Svay Chek district.
China has pledged $1 million worth of jasmine rice to Cambodia to help aid flood victims, according to Prime Minister Hun Sen.
The Health Ministry issued safety guidelines for people suffering from floods in order to avoid getting sick.
A bridge collapses in Stung Treng
The National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) and the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) released a joint statement asking banks and microfinance institutions to find ways to help farmers in the flooded areas of the Kingdom.
Water Resources Ministry says that flooding of the Mekong, Sekong and Sesan rivers was caused by tropical storm Bebinca.
Nearly 60,000 are still in Philippines’ evacuation centres after severe flooding.
Authorities have closed the traffic on a flooded section of National Road 4 in Preah Sihanouk province because the water level is rising.
The death toll in ongoing floods in India’s northeastern state of Assam has risen to 32.
Prime Minister Hun Sen asked people to be less critical about the heavy flooding in parts of Phnom Penh following Monday’s torrential rains.
PM appeals to prepare for flooding and rescue villagers when natural disasters occur.
Prime Minister Hun Sen appealed to all authorities to well prepare for flooding to rescue villagers when a natural disaster occurs.
Two more people have been killed by lightning this week as parts of the country continue to be hammered by heavy rains.
Tonga’s neighbours scrambled to deliver emergency relief on after Cyclone Gita.
At least 4 people are killed and 2 missing after severe flooding.
The swollen Seine peaks at more than four metres above its normal level, leaving a lengthy mop-up job for Parisians.
The Houston Astros captures an emotional World Series crown to help uplift the spirit of storm-ravaged residents.
Families living in a commune flooded by the Lower Sesan II dam have set up a new village on their community forest without the permission of local authorities.
The last families refusing to relocate from near the Lower Sesan II dam accuse authorities of being unwilling to settle their case.
Floods inundate swathes of central and southern Vietnam in the wake of a typhoon that left at least 27 dead.
Military forces are deployed to help thousands of displaced people in Malaysia’s northern state of Penang as floodwater rise.
Several provinces are expected to have heavy rain in the wake of a tropical storm which has killed at least 27 people in Vietnam.
Visitors to the Water Festival, beginning today, can expect strong winds and temperatures of about 22 Celsius.
Families refusing to relocate from their homes near the Lower Sesan II dam say they will all leave if they can establish a new village.
More than 20 houses are damaged by rainstorms in Prey Veng province.
Families refusing to relocate are considering asking the authorities to establish a new village.
For the people in Stung Treng province’s Sesan district, the battle to stay on their traditional land has been a long one, and it’s far from over.