Eric hurricane caused flooding in the western Mexican state

July 10, 2013. Despite the fact that Pacific hurricane Eric the first category of danger after approaching the land was going down and lost its hurricane status, he could cause flooding in the western Mexican state of Nayarit. Flood victim was 44-year-old Mexican, who washed the flow of rainwater into the river flowed near Indio.

The police have information that during the movement of the hurricane on the Mexican coast, in the region of Jalisco lost three travelers. In their quest sent a group of rescuers, the task of verifying the banks of the Indio, where water rose

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Iodine deficiency

According to statistics, the lack of iodine in the body have more than 1.5 billion inhabitants of the planet. And the diseases caused by deficiency of the trace element, are fairly common. They are by no means harmless. Almost 740 million people due to lack of iodine increased thyroid gland (endemic goiter), and 40 million people for the same reason — mental retardation.

In Russia, more than 35% of the population suffer from iodine deficiency, often without knowing it. Hormonal disorders arising because of iodine deficiency, first proceed quickly, and do not bother people. Later begins enlargement of the

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In dehydrated Texas adopted the Water Act

June 2, 2013. Texas Governor Rick Perry signed a bill on the state of water supply. The document provides for the implementation of a wide range of measures to combat the drought. In the coming years, the state government will give favorable loans for all projects related to the production and preservation of water, be it construction of reservoirs, digging wells, and so on. A particular point of law is to create 2-billion state fund for a "rainy day."

At the signing ceremony, the governor of the law, said: "We are making history. We protect the future of our state,

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500 victims of the heat in India

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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Its time to throw? Sweden is waiting for you, revealing to you his strong arms. Letter from Stockholm

The queue at the soup kitchen for the homeless. Stockholm March 25, 2012

Comment on article "Progress in Swedish"

Subscribing … to every word in the article can still add a lot of things about what outside Sweden are not even aware continuing to push out Sweden for some made-up first place in some fictional ratings, apparently someone inside or outside the country's best.

0. There is no presumption of innocence does not exist in Sweden. A person always has to prove that he is not a camel. The fact that a person can claim a camel any

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Letter Jewish immigrant from Germany home to Russia

Hello Mom and Dad. You were, as always smarter than me, and do not leave here as Jewish immigrants. Here we are officially called Kontingentfluchtling. Unofficially, who as you can: the "continent", and the Jews, and Jews simply. But most of all we are called Russian.

For several years pravitelvtvo Germany takes us, the Jewish refugees from the former Soviet Union have, in their harsh hands. In Moscow, Leninsky Prospect at number 95 (the German consulate) is, almost every day, a small collection of candidates. These Jewish citizens have the right to join the ranks of a depleted once

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In Cape Town, the South African state of emergency due to snow

June 3, 2013. Unusually cold weather in the parliamentary capital of South Africa — Cape Town, where for the first time in many years, in early June, the snow fell. Climate Cape Peninsula, where the metropolis is considered subtropical. As a rule, the snow formed there occasionally and then either at the top of Table Mountain or the mountain passes in the area.

According to local media reports, last night speck of snow and hail covered the quays of Cape Town, near the shore in some places there was ice.

In the winter, which is in the southern

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On the U.S. state of Kentucky storm hit

June 11, 2013. In south-central Kentucky recent overnight storm left severe destruction. Several houses of the districts of Franklin and Simpson were seriously damaged roofs and walls after they met with a strong gale. Do not rule out the possibility that such an injury — is the work of a tornado occurred during the storm.

In homes affected by the storm, while there were people, five of them were injured. As stated by the rescue services, to fear for the lives of the victims is not worth their wounds after proper medical treatment in hospitals exerted Russevillya of Springfield

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Prison Valley. American Gulag

U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, at the presentation of the report of the State Department "The modern slave trade in 2013"(2013 Trafficking in Persons):

The report is based on facts and common sense. The scale of modern slavery — it's tens of millions of people living in conditions … People with no voice and no names — they do not know anybody, except for those close to them — look at us, hoping that we will help them find freedom. The problem of modern slavery exists in all countries of the world … States,

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12,000 homes were left without electricity due to tornadoes in the U.S.

June 1, 2013. More than 12,000 homes in the U.S. state of Oklahoma were de-energized because of the powerful tornado, said Saturday TV CNN.

On the way the tornado that hit the state on Saturday night, and was the capital of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. According to U.S. media, the authorities carried out the evacuation of an international airport located in the city. Element led to the closure of several major highways in the state.

Local media reported about the destruction and casualties, mostly among motorists on the road was blocked. More accurate data is not received.

Last week, a powerful

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