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September 3. California resident Joey Chestnut, nicknamed Jaws regained the title of the champion on eating chicken wings, absorbing 12 minutes 191 wing.

September 3. At least 26 police officers injured in clashes between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland's capital Belfast

September 4. In the center of Helsinki, the man opened fire at the restaurant and killed a man.

September 4. In Germany: flight attendants went on strike in hopes of raising salaries because of what canceled hundreds of flights and Lufthansa has lost millions of euros.

September 4. Forest fires raging in the Los Angeles area, have

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The search for victims of a landslide in Colombia continues

The search for victims of a landslide in Colombia continues to Natural Disasters

Mud landslide occurred near the two Colombian villages Villas de Prado and Remolinos, located in one of the municipalities in the southwestern department of Huila. According to preliminary reports, a landslide killed four people, five were injured, 11 are included in the list of the missing. The initial number of the missing was 27 people.

Landslide was preceded by a flood on the river La Correr. Spilled after prolonged rains, the river flooded about 20 houses located on its banks. The soil around the river

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Just a couple of words on Britain

It is unlikely that I'm wrong, if I write that the British Empire was the most bloodthirsty public education in the history of mankind. Even Hitler conquistadors her not hold a candle.

The slave trade (including trade and its own citizens), the genocide of millions of people in the colonies (one of India guys starved tens of millions of people), wild industrialization (500 thousand victims), the drug trade at the national level, the first concentration camps, endless war.

It certainly is not that it is any British blood-thirsty savages. Just the guys took the path of capitalist accumulation ahead

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24 people were victims of flooding in the capital of Mali

August 29, 2013. Twenty-four people were victims of flooding in the capital of Mali — Bamako — last Wednesday. Streams of water literally washed away several houses in which at the time were men.

Floods occurred in the following areas of the city: Bankoni, Lafiabugou, Dzhikorini Voyovayanko, Lafiabugou Bugouba and Bugoudani. Only in one area Taliko Nineteen people were killed, Reuters reported.

Floods — a fairly common phenomenon in Bamako during the rainy season, which lasts from June to October. Typically, during the revelry of elements, people are dying.

According to eyewitnesses, the most significant damage this year was

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The silence of Easter Island

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 Easter Island, occupying 117 square meters. km. — One of the most secluded habitat: it is located in the Pacific Ocean at a distance of over 3700 km. from the nearest continent (South America) and 2600 km from the nearest inhabited island (Pitcairn).

Generally in History of Easter Island many secrets. Its discoverer —

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Astronauts see creatures from parallel worlds

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Another 10-I2 years ago, our Soviet cosmonauts and American astronauts were assured that with nothing supernatural there they never met. Only in recent years have become closer to the secret quite incredible events that took place in the cosmos … 1985 Space station "Salyut-7" with six astronauts

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Floods in Nigeria

Floods in Nigeria Natural Disasters

The floods that swept West African country, have killed at least 148 people. Another 64 thousand Nigerians were forced to evacuate water away from the waxing, fraught with danger of cholera and other dangerous diseases. During the rainy season in the two northern states already observed an outbreak of cholera that affected at least 135 people. In the past year from diseases transmitted through water in the rainy season in Nigeria killed more than 200 people.

According to the Red Cross, the seasonal floods affected 18 of the 36 states of Nigeria. If

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Dam threatens the integrity of the ecosystem of the Mekong

Dam threatens the integrity of the ecosystem of the Mekong Facts

On the Mekong River in China was recently built and modern hydroelectric dam Niozhadu, fifth in the province of Yunnan. Experts believe that such construction irreparable damage to the ecosystem of the river.

River hydrological system are enough to change the previous four dams considerably slowed down the process of reproduction and movement of nutrients to the river people, changed the order of formation of river sediments. Significantly changed the Mekong Delta, the longest waterway in Southeast Asia (~ 4500 km), where more than 700 species of

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The water in Khabarovsk can not leave before the onset of winter

August 30, 2013. Property damage from flooding in the Far East may exceed 30 billion rubles. Russian President Vladimir Putin calls on local authorities to take urgent measures to assist the victims. Because of the disaster, thousands of people have been evacuated. Element has destroyed agricultural fields and devastated the city. Details in the report of Paul Scott.

Source: RT

 

The water level in the Amur River near Khabarovsk reached 790 centimeters

September 1, 2013. The water level in the Amur River near Khabarovsk over the past day rose by 8 cm and was 790 centimeters.

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About 30 people were injured in Japan as a result of a tornado strike

September 2, 2013. At least 27 people were injured today in Japan's Saitama Prefecture as a result of the tornado that struck the eastern part of the central Japanese island of Honshu. According to local law enforcement agencies, more than 65 thousand homes were left without power.

According to the information received, the tornado tore roofs of dozens of homes in the prefectures of Saitama and Chiba.

The tornado came in around 14:00 local time.

Source: ITAR-TASS

 

On a powerful tornado struck Japan: Hundreds of houses have been destroyed, dozens injured

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