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Millions of Italians do not have the financial capacity to adequately heat their homes and forced to give up meat on a background of recession and rising unemployment. This is the conclusion reached by experts from the National Institute of Statistics of the country ISTAT, analyzed the data in terms of life of the Italian population. In the study, ISTAT found out that the number of people living at risk of poverty over the past two years has doubled.
Recession is going on in the Italian economy for the past two years, has hit the population: the Italians
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June 2, 2013. After a series of tornadoes in the U.S. state of Oklahoma the floods came.
Accompanied by a powerful cyclone rains. Not far from Oklahoma City went under the water several major highways, the traffic there is almost blocked. In some places the roadbed collapsed. According to some quarters are not at risk to drive even huge trucks.
Earlier in Oklahoma were reported new tornadoes. Their victims were 9 people, including two children. Wounded more than a hundred. The devastating tornadoes smashed trees, overturned cars and tore roofs off houses. Without light were about 200,000 people. Meteorologists
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In Washington, the evening of May 23 four-lane bridge collapsed I-5 through the Skagit River in Mount Vernon. In the water were people trapped in cars, reports Associated Press.
The incident occurred around 7 pm local 100 km to the north of Seattle, have specified the local police. While the security forces did not have the information of how many people were in the river.
According to witnesses, the water has dropped at least two cars. Near the site of the accident gathered onlookers. It is unknown what caused the accident.
More about the deteriorating infrastructure of the
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May 29, 2013. According to the Indian Department for Disaster Management, 524 people died of sunstroke from April 1 to the last day. However, according to unofficial sources, the heat has killed more than six people in the last four days.
Indian weather bureau yesterday issued a weather forecast for the day. "The heat will continue tomorrow, and the sky will be sunny", — said the representative of the India Meteorological Department. The maximum and minimum temperatures will be between 28 and 43 degrees.
On Tuesday, the heat has risen to the level of 43 degrees Celsius. The
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June 3, 2013. Central Europe goes under the water. Torrential rains in several countries have caused severe flooding. It is already known about the 3 dead, 8 people are reported missing.
In Prague, closed the central metro station, is the evacuation of residents. Almost throughout the Czech Republic declared a state of emergency. In Austria, fled their homes, hundreds of people have closed railway stations and highways were deserted.
But the brunt of the disaster has had on Germany. There downpours do not cease for the third week.
Television viewers in a prosperous German province used to see
Continue reading Powerful cyclone Frederick German streets turned into canals
Until now it was thought that the Netherlands overcome the storm of the financial crisis relatively unscathed.
But on Monday, the government led by Mark Rutte resigned due to disagreements within the ruling coalition on measures to reduce the budget deficit, and the Dutch are increasingly beginning to feel the effects of the economic downturn.
One manifestation of this is the growing demand for free food.
On one of the streets in the subtle edge of Amsterdam's going to turn at the door of the social center. People wait for
Continue reading Hidden poverty in the Netherlands: how to survive in a crisis
Stonehenge is in English Wiltshire and is an impressive stone structure built in the Neolithic Age. Medieval Legends called builders Stonehenge magician Merlin (character legends of King Arthur), and even the devil himself. In modern times, there were versions that builders Stonehenge were the Romans or Celts. But modern scholars have found that construction of Stonehenge was over 1500 years before the Celts came to Britain.
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Robert Peter George — Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, a visiting professor at Harvard Law School, a member of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. This man is named by the newspaper The New York Times «the most influential conservative Christian thinker" and "one of the most respected theoreticians of law in the United States." Political analysts and commentators see the United States and Britain in RP George one of the key figures for the understanding of the recent decades, "the conservative counter-revolution" in America.
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Monsoon rains have been on the southern shores of Sri Lanka, Natural disasters
The monsoon rains that hit 25 October 2011 on the southern coast of Sri Lanka, were devastating. According to estimates of the Centre for Management in critical situations on the date of November 27 killed 19 people, 43 fishermen were missing, more than 53 thousand people have fled their destroyed homes.
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May 28, 2013. The authorities of Chile and Argentina were evacuated about 3 million people living in the vicinity of the volcano Kopaue. In the vicinity of canceled classes in schools and children's activities.
The eruption of giant height of 2997 meters can begin at any time. Kopaue volcano is near the border with the Argentine province of Neuquen. Experts tracking the activity of the volcano, reported that the eruption may begin at any time, the Minister of the Interior of Chile Andres Chadwick.
In the case of a volcanic eruption effects can be felt within a radius of
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