Nearly 2 Million Homes, Businesses Still Without Power After East Coast Storm

VOA Nearly 2 million households and businesses remained without power Saturday on the U.S. East Coast after a heavy storm system brought rain, snow and hurricane-force winds to states from Maine, where the governor declared a state of emergency, all the
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Kazakhstan Independence Day: Clashes & Blood

At least 11 dead and more than 70 injured in the western Kazakh town of  Zhanaozen a day after clashes between striking oil workers and police on Friday. The town square has been occupied by oil workers for more than six months in a dispute over better (more...)

Nightmarish Flooding In Pennsylvania

President Obama declared a State of Emergency for Pennsylvania, because of nightmarish flooding in the area. The federal government coordinates disaster relief efforts in Central and Northeastern Pennsylvania, Bucks, Chester, and Montgomery counties. The Pennsylvania Turnpike reopened this morning. Any way motorists were being advised (more...)

Tornadoes Strucked US

Tornadoes Strucked US

At least 44 people died during three days of severe weather across several southern US states. The storms first struck Oklahoma, than Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Virginia. In North Carolina 62 tornadoes left a trail of destruction in the worst storm to hit the state. North Carolina Governor said (more...)


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