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Post by Lobo on Thu 18 May 2017, 8:39 am


Weather madness! Nearly 1 million children affected by a chronic drought in south Angola while heavy rains in the north have seen the spread of cholera
Posted: 17 May 2017 11:55 PM PDT
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More than 1.4 million people in Angola, including many children, have been affected by a "chronic drought" that has increased the risk of disease, a UN report said Wednesday.
Seven southern regions of Angola are affected, with the three border provinces of Cunene, Namibe and Huila hit the hardest.
The UNICEF report said severe acute malnutrition rates in Cunene were at 3.6 percent, higher than the national average of one percent.
The report said the El Nino weather phenomenon had resulted in "significant food production losses of almost 90 percent" in some areas.
"The nutrition response remains critically underfunded," it added.
About 1.42 million people, including 756,000 children, have been affected nationwide by the shortage of rainfall.
As the dry conditions batter the southern parts of the country, recent heavy rains in the north have seen the spread of cholera that has killed 18 people.
"The cumulative number of suspected cholera cases stands at 392...
In total 18 deaths have been reported," the report said.
Drought has been ravaging large parts of southern Africa in recent years, decimating crops and water resources, leaving millions dependent on aid. Zambia, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and South Africa have been among the worst affected countries.

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Bogoslof volcano Alaska spews ash and steam 34,000 feet into the sky bringing threat to airliners operating between North America and Asia
Posted: 17 May 2017 11:44 PM PDT
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An Alaska volcano erupted Tuesday night and spewed ash for more than an hour.
The Alaska Volcano Observatory says Bogoslof (BOH-gohs-lawf) Volcano erupted at 10:32 p.m. and continued for 73 minutes. A pilot reported the eruption produced an ash cloud that reached 34,000  feet and the observatory issued a warning to pilots.
Wind pushed the cloud southwest.
Ash from southwest Alaska volcanos is a threat to airliners operating between North America and Asia when a cloud rises above 20,000 feet.
Ash can harm and stop jet engines.
Bogoslof has been erupting periodically since mid-December.
The observatory says additional explosions producing high-altitude ash could occur at any time.
The volcano is 850 miles southwest of Anchorage in the Aleutian Islands.

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Photo's of the week! A selection of photo's from beautiful North Holland this week
Posted: 17 May 2017 09:40 AM PDT
Beautiful spring weather bringing out the beauty of nature!

Some trees still in bloom

Geese with chicks

The wonderful Dutch coastline!

The North Holland sand dunes

And waterways

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It's the kind of temperature humans shouldn't have to endure: Parts of India expected to hit 50 C (122F) as heatwave continues
Posted: 17 May 2017 07:10 AM PDT
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The Indian Meteorological Department (IMT), are predicting further intensification of heat wave conditions in Odisha issued orange alert on Tuesday.
The orange alert a warning for severe heat wave is issued across Odisha for next few days.
As the temperature rose above 45 degrees Celsius, (113F) in five towns and 40 degrees in other 16 places on Monday, the office issued the alert.
It is expected that the temperature may reach the 50 degree Celsius (122F) mark today; however, thundershowers may be experienced by some parts of the state.
Last summer these sort of temperatures killed thousands in India and Pakistan.

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