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Don't look up! Apocalypse-level asteroid to fly past Earth this month

Dubbed 7482 (1994 PC1), this asteroid has an estimated diameter of 1-1.3 kilometers. That's over 4 times the size of the Eiffel Tower.

03/01/2022

Dozens feared to be missing after landslide at Myanmar jade mine

Jade miners reported to be missing after deadly landslide in Hpakant, the center of Myanmar's secretive jade industry.

By REUTERS
22/12/2021

Kentucky rabbi says Jewish communities donating to victims of deadly tornadoes

At least 100 people are feared dead in Kentucky after a swarm of tornadoes tore a 200-mile path through the US Midwest and South.

Night of devastating tornadoes likely kills more than 100 in Kentucky

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said the collection of tornadoes was the most destructive in the state's history.

By REUTERS
11/12/2021

IDF commander of Surfside rescue unit plays 'Hallelujah' tribute to victims

98 people died in the collapse of a residential building earlier this year in Surfside, Florida.

Indonesia Semeru volcanic eruption kills 14; dozens injured

In a barren landscape covered in ash, homes were almost completely submerged, and a truck had only the top of the driver's cab visible.

By REUTERS
05/12/2021

IsraAID celebrates 20 years

Over those past 20 years, IsraAID has responded to a range of crises, including earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, and refugees in more than 50 countries.

Police chief met with Travis Scott before stampede that killed 8 at Houston concert

Scott said on Monday he would cover all funeral costs and offer aid to those affected.

By REUTERS
09/11/2021

Astroworld: 8 dead, many injured at Travis Scott Houston music festival

Houston: At least eight people were crushed to death and many more injured after fans surged toward the stage during the opening night of the Astroworld music festival on Friday.

By REUTERS
06/11/2021

Japanese volcano spews plumes of ash, people warned away

Mount Aso, a tourist destination on the main southern island of Kyushu, sent plumes of ash 3.5 km (2.2 miles) high when it erupted at about 11:43 a.m. (0243 GMT).

By REUTERS
20/10/2021
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