At least 21 people have been killed and a thousand others affected by floods and storm due to heavy rains pounding parts of the Horn of Africa nation, the UN relief agency said on Friday night.
Twenty-three people were killed in a landslide triggered by heavy rains in central Ethiopia, local media reported on Sunday.
The cost of flooding will be felt for a long time to come as rains continue in different parts of the country.
The maximum temperature in the State capital touched 41.7 degrees Celsius, with Jhansi being the hottest place in Uttar Pradesh at 46.6 degrees C.
Ongoing heavy rains in mountainous eastern Uganda have left over 150,000 people homeless, a top government official said on Friday.
The Government of Nigeria has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the African Risk Capacity to work together to address the impact of extreme weather events in Nigeria, including training sup
Two were killed, and more than 100 families displaced after three dams burst.
The 5.0-magnitude earthquake that struck Namibia on Thursday morning comes as the country’s Ministry of Mines and Energy has been trying to dispel rumors of a predicted “big earthquake” that were p
Hundreds of residents in different sub-counties in Butaleja District have been displaced by floods from River Manafwa.
Nairobi — The Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) says the number of deaths resulting from the ongoing heavy rains has risen to slightly over 200.
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