Photos from natural disasters

View Mingxia County in Gansu Province after the earthquake a magnitude of 6.6 points, 22 July 2013. (Reuters / Stringer)


Soldiers apart the rubble after the earthquake a magnitude of 6.1 points in Chamdo County in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, Aug. 13, 2013. The earthquake damaged 45,000 houses, as well as roads, bridges and water conservancy facilities. (Reuters / China Daily)


Nineteen-year girl is in the hospital after the quake a magnitude of 6.6 points in the county Mingxia in Gansu Province, July 23, 2013. (Reuters / Stringer)


Lifeguard helicopter drops a box with bottles of drinking water in the flooded city of Shantou in Guangdong Province, Aug. 21, 2013. (Reuters / China Daily)


A woman walks on a snow-covered field along the highway to La Cumbre mountain on the outskirts of La Paz, Bolivia, August 25, 2013. (AP / Juan Karita)


A man clears snow from the road near La Cumbre mountain near La Paz, Bolivia, on August 25. (Juan Karita / Associated Press)


Flooding in Khabarovsk. Park Stadium. Lenin September 3. (Alexander Kolbin)


A man stands in a flooded building in the city of Veracruz, Mexico. (STRINGER / MEXICO / REUTERS)


Soldiers and villagers strengthen bank to prevent flooding in Heihe, China. (CHINA DAILY / REUTERS)


The eruption of the volcano Sakurajima in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. (KYODO / REUTERS)


Flooded homes in Shantou, China. (CHINA STRINGER NETWORK / REUTERS)


Firefighters extinguish a forest fire in Tondela near Viseu, Portugal. (RAFAEL MARCHANTE / REUTERS)


Fire helicopter extinguishes a forest fire, "Beaver Creek" near Hailey, state Yadaho. (JIM URQUHART / REUTERS)


Because of a record heavy rains that flooded the Philippines a few days, the roads in the capital of Manila was similar to the river. Tens of thousands of people have been cut off from the outside world in their homes and temporary shelters. August 20, 2013. (AP / Philippine Air Force)


Local residents evacuated from their flooded homes in Marikina, east of Manila, August 20, 2013. (AP / Aaron Favila)


Marko Korosec photographed a series of super-cells during an expedition along the Walk of tornadoes in the United States: Texas, Kansas and Colorado.




Flooding in Colorado. More than 500 people are reported missing. Five people were killed. September 15, 2013.

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