Six children were killed in Indonesia under the rubble of the earthquake

July 2, 2013. Six children were killed in Indonesia under the rubble of the mosque collapsed in the earthquake, another 14 children are still under the rubble, said on Tuesday, Agence France Presse, citing local authorities.

"Six children were found dead under the ruins of a mosque destroyed by the earthquake. Search and rescue teams are trying to extract from the wreckage still about 14 children "- said the head of the AFP District Branch Emergency Management Agency in Aceh Sahara Subhan (Subhan Sahara).

Thus, according to the latest data, the total number of victims of the earthquake was

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South-east Africa are still threatened by cyclone

South-east Africa are still threatened by the cyclone weather and climate

Rampant in the Mozambique Channel FANS tropical cyclone hit the south-east coast of Africa and will bring destructive winds and strong rains. The influence of the system, located about 120 km from the coast of Mozambique and 1130 kilometers north-east of the city of Maputo, continue for two weeks. Compact cyclone has a strong area of low pressure with steady winds (speed over 168 km / h). Projected increase in wind speed of 200 km / h The system will move south towards the ocean, and will continue to

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Death of the West

Part 5. New Great Migration

In the Old and New Testaments contain many stories and parables about how the first-born, or "elect", deprived of shelter under her father's roof. Hungry Esau sold his birthright to his brother Jacob for a mess of pottage. In the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus compares heaven to a marriage feast, which the king priugotovil his son. When potential guests rudely rejected the king's invitation, the king sent his servants, saying, "The wedding is ready, but those invited were not worthy so, go to the highways, and as many as you find, bid to the

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Its time to throw out Britashki.

One in five British with accumulations of more than 250,000 pounds (398,000 dollars) reflects on life abroad as tired of crime, bad weather and high cost, from the data survey Lloyds Banking Group, reports Reuters.

According to the report, 19% of wealthy Britons are thinking about moving to eurozone countries, such as France and Spain, or even further — to the United States, Australia, New Zealand or Canada. According to one working on the report, the international director of Lloyds TSB on the welfare of Nicholas Boyce Smith, the number of wealthy people leaving Britain to increase in the

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More than two million people have been affected by torrential rains in China

June 30, 2013. Around 2.1 million people have been affected by heavy rains have been going on for three weeks in the east of China.

The agency "Xinhua" referring to the local authorities, the disaster has affected the two eastern provinces of Hunan and Jiangxi.

In Hunan by the landslide killed two people. There are about 26,000 people have been evacuated from the disaster zone.

Earlier, it was reported that as a result of flooding caused by rains in the southern and eastern provinces of China killed 15 people.

In early June, rains hit the nine regions of

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In Nevada again raging forest fires

In Nevada again raging forest fires Natural Disasters

Governor of Reno, Nev., Michael Ernandes imposed emergency rule in connection with forest fires, which began January 20, 2012. He also said that the rapid scooping flame was destroyed 20 homes, and one person died. However, to determine the cause of death will have to open. Governor not taken a final judgment on damages caused by fires.

More than 250 firefighters and rescue workers worked to hold the flame. For security reasons, more than 10 thousand people have been forced from their homes. By the evening of 20 January, more than two

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Across America, the once great city turned into festering wounds.

Once upon a time the people of the United States built a beautiful glittering city from coast to coast the envy of the world. We had the largest and most prosperous middle class, which has not been anywhere else in the world, and life in America was very good. But now our prosperity with a bang collapsing, and our once great cities turn into open festering wounds. Unfortunately, we are drowning in debt, such that we can not even slow down the shocking extinction of our cities. In the last decade, thousands of manufacturing facilities and millions

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Flooding in central China: evacuated more than 5,000 people

June 28, 2013. More than 5,000 people were evacuated in Hunan Province in central China due to flooding caused by the continued heavy rains Monday. ITAR-TASS quoted the Xinhua news agency.

According to the information of all of the elements affected about 310,000 people in 173 villages.

According to the local emergency flood control and drought caused serious damage to irrigation facilities, transport infrastructure and energy supply system. The most affected city of Huaihua in the western part of the province. In the area of Hechen rainfall over the past day has exceeded 250 mm.

Forecasters, meanwhile, predict a continuation

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Chronicle wreck in peacetime

Chronicle wreck in peacetime Facts

April 15, 1912

Titanic

Passenger liner "Titanic" sank during its maiden voyage off the coast of. Newfoundland, faced with an iceberg. Of the 2228 passengers and crew of "unsinkable", as previously thought, the ship was lost in 1523 people.

May 29, 1914

The Empress of Ireland

At least 1,012 people died when the liner "Empress of Ireland" collided with a Norwegian freighter on the St. Lawrence River in Canada. On board was 1057 passengers and 420 crew members.

October 25, 1927

Principessa Mafalda

Italian luxury liner "Princess Mafalda" was going to Rio de Janeiro from

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Death of the West

Part 7. The war against the past

How can you separate the people from their roots? The answer is simple — destroy the memory. Deprive people of knowledge of who they are or where you come.

If we forget that we managed to do that, we will not know who we are — Ronald Reagan said in his farewell address to the American people. — I caution you from oblivion … our glorious past, which could lead, eventually, to the disappearance of the very spirit of America. "

In the Middle Ages, the Ottoman Empire was introduced to Christian

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