7 of 10 SINKING & S American Roll; Vietnam: Landslide kills 1, Five missing! Colombia: During the winter - Flood & landsildes left 14 dead, 21 wounded and 3 missing!


In this photo taken Sunday, April 15, 2012, rescuers search for victims of a landslide from a strip coal mine in Thai Nguyen province, Vietnam.

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Vietnam SINKING:

No words about rain!

/ A landslide at a strip coal mine's dump has killed one person and left five others missing and presumed dead in northern Vietnam. Authorities are investigating the cause of the landslide. /

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Paraguay:

/ Thousands of flood victims in Paraguay.

The Minister of National Emergency Secretariat (SEN), Gladys Cardozo, confirmed that the evacuation tasks completed on the eve started in the town of General Diaz, the most affected by flooding, on the banks of the Pilcomayo and 450 kilometers northwest of Asuncion. /

/ Flood situation worsens in the Paraguayan Chaco
The situation in the Paraguayan Chaco, in the east, worsened significantly in the last hours for the danger of the Pilcomayo river flow exceeds the retaining wall that protects the city of General Diaz.
The President of Paraguay declared a state of emergency in the province of Chaco, where more than 20 communities in which they live about 25 thousand people remain isolated by the destruction of roads by floodwaters. /

Colombia:

/ Floods and landslides left 14 dead, 21 wounded and 3 missing, more than 100 000 injured and 10 000 homes damaged.

In Bogota, winter weekend caused a landslide in the neighborhood of Bridges, Rafael Uribe in the town, which caused one death and forced to relocate 9 families comprising 15 children and 31 adults. - During the winter /

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Rwanda:

/ Floods in Rwanda, one of the East African nation, killing eight people. Department of Disaster East Africa reported on Monday (16/4), but fell victims of the flood, hundreds of houses were also destroyed. The announcement was made at a press conference after a cabinet of five ministers, led by Premier Pierre Habumuremyi on Sunday, visited the victims of floods in the northern provinces of the country. /



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Paraguay:

Thousands of flood victims in Paraguay

Reuters - The Minister of National Emergency Secretariat (SEN), Gladys Cardozo, confirmed that the evacuation tasks completed on the eve started in the town of General Diaz, the most affected by flooding, on the banks of the Pilcomayo and 450 kilometers northwest of Asuncion.

People are already assisted in camps have electricity and medical care, explained the official, who said that while the situation is serious, there is some relief that "today there were no rainfall."

He explained that in the coming hours also moved to a group of five families from different communities in the Chaco, which also delimits with Bolivia and Brazil, north and east, respectively, and where there were heavy rains since last March have led to the isolation of communities, livestock and agriculture.

"The assistance has already reached more than 40 percent of affected families. We see that there is a certain stability of the Pilcomayo River and that gives us some time to work and coordinate structural issues," said Cardozo.

He said they distributed more than 5,000 kilos of food and during Sunday a plane of the Air Force will deliver food containers in several villages.

"We act in time to rescue families evacuate, serve them, bring medical care, tents, food. This is a process that will last a long time," said the official.

Media reports indicated that this catastrophe Asuncion, which affects about 8,000 families according to official figures, has claimed three lives, the latest being a woman who had peritonitis and died today, presumably to delay his transfer to a health post.

Some 400 soldiers, two helicopters, trucks, boats and equipment and health logistics on Friday joined the tasks undertaken by the SEN, which also has the support of officials from the ministries of Health, Public Works and Red Cross, among others.

The Executive declared an emergency last Friday in the Western Region (Chaco) in for more monetary resources to assist victims, while it is pending in Congress another aid project.

http://www.info7.com.mx/a/noticia/326242/normal/ultimo/24

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Flood situation worsens in the Paraguayan Chaco

Asuncion, Mar 14 (Prensa Latina) The situation in the Paraguayan Chaco, in the east, worsened significantly in the last hours for the danger of the Pilcomayo river flow exceeds the retaining wall that protects the city of General Diaz.

  
The alert was made not only by the Paraguayan authorities but by the Argentine and Bolivian prefectures located in the border area, which recorded more rain that reached 150 millimeters.

The President of Paraguay declared a state of emergency in the province of Chaco, where more than 20 communities in which they live about 25 thousand people remain isolated by the destruction of roads by floodwaters.

The Minister of National Emergency, Gladys Cardozo, reiterated the need for evacuation of General Diaz and announced the departure of a delegation from the nearby town of Fernández Irala to rescue more than a thousand families homeless in that place.

Cardozo noted that the output of the villagers could do for 22 days, but they refused to leave their homes and now the situation became very critical and affected many began sending requests for help to authorities.

The output of a rescue helicopter from the base of Fernández Irala was delayed on Saturday because of the storm was felt in the area, but will leave today to perform such urgent tasks.

By boat, the residents and are transferred to a military post near where a makeshift camp with tents to house them.

Our responsibility is to evacuate, if there are people who want to stay is at your sole responsibility, but it would be a suicide, said the minister told reporters Paraguay IP agency, the refusal of some families to flee their homes.

The Chaco Central is hit by heavy rains for more than 20 days, accumulating double the average annual water falls in the area, which have left some 10 000 families affected so far, according to National Emergency.

http://www.prensa-latina.cu/index.php?option=com_content&task=v...

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Colombia:


Winter in Colombia leaves 14 dead and over 100 thousand victims

As the winter season intensifies in the country, the number of emergencies. According to the latest report on relief agencies and emergency prevention and care, floods and landslides and left 14 dead, 21 wounded and 3 missing, more than 100 000 injured and 10 000 homes damaged.

According to the director of Risk Management, Carlos Ivan Marquez, 148 municipalities in 27 departments of the country, are affected by the rains.

The departments most affected are Amazon, Cauca, Tolima, Antioquia and Cundinamarca.

In Bogota, winter weekend caused a landslide in the neighborhood of Bridges, Rafael Uribe in the town, which caused one death and forced to relocate 9 families comprising 15 children and 31 adults.

In Corner Valley neighborhood also ordered the relocation of 9 families, consisting of 25 adults and 17 children.

In areas of Suba, Bosa and Kennedy, were affected by flooding about 30 homes.

Meanwhile, the road remains closed Cota-Suba. The situation worsened in the sector because it broke a jarillón Bogota River.

Circunvalar Avenue is blocked by a landslide at the height of 13th Street, southbound north.

http://www.radiosantafe.com/2012/04/16/invierno-en-colombia-deja-ya...

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Vietnam:

Landslide at Vietnam mine kills 1, leaves 5 missing and presumed dead

A landslide at a strip coal mine's dump has killed one person and left five others missing and presumed dead in northern Vietnam.

Thai Nguyen province Vice Governor Dang Viet Thuan says several hundred soldiers, policemen and workers have been mobilized to search for the missing following Sunday's incident.

He said Monday that the missing includes three members of a family. He said an elderly man was also injured in the slide.

The Tuoi Tre newspaper said seven people managed to escape unharmed.

Authorities are investigating the cause of the landslide.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/landslide-at-vietnam-mine...

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Rwanda:

Flood lunge Rwanda, Eight People Killed

Liputan6.com, Kigali: Floods in Rwanda, one of the East African nation, killing eight people. Department of Disaster East Africa reported on Monday (16/4), but fell victims of the flood, hundreds of houses were also destroyed. The announcement was made at a press conference after a cabinet of five ministers, led by Premier Pierre Habumuremyi on Sunday, visited the victims of floods in the northern provinces of the country.

Minister for Disaster Preparedness and Refugees Marcel Gatsinzi also said more than 400 people homeless. Most of them are now forced to ride with a neighbor, to take shelter from heavy rain that is still affecting the country.

"It happened after water burst from a nearby mountain that changed the way water and flood water channel and the four worst-hit areas in the northern provinces," the minister said.

In addition, Gatsinzi said the government would provide direct assistance to families of victims such as food, clean water, shelter, sanitation facilities while waiting for a long term solution. All flood victims will also be compensated and assisted in building a new home with the help of other partners such as Red Cross and the Agency or the UNFPA World Population. "

In addition to destroying homes, flooding is also reported to soak more than 870 hectares of crops including potatoes, beans, and corn. This has sparked fears of residents on food security in the province. (TNT / ANS / Xinhua)

http://berita.liputan6.com/read/389049/banjir-terjang-rwanda-delapa...

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Comment by Andrey Eroshin on April 16, 2012 at 5:49pm

Flooding in Paraguay (in english)

Nearly 25 thousands people have been affected by flooding in the northwestern province of Chaco, Paraguay. The senate yesterday called a state of emergency due to the growing number of victims.
http://www.argentinaindependent.com/currentaffairs/newsfromlatiname...

Comment by Andrey Eroshin on April 16, 2012 at 5:45pm

Dominican Republic

12.04.12. SD. Civil Defense authorities in the province of Santiago reported last night flooding in Villa Gonzalez, with the overflow of the Arrenquillo River, and in the Hoyo de Caimito where 500 homes were flooded.

Dozens of families were waiting in the Hoyo de Caimito for the waters to go down in order to get into their houses again and rescue some of their belongings.

The rise of the Yaque River has frightened many of the inhabitants of the lower parts of the city of Santiago.

Nonetheless, the head of the local Civil Defense, Francisco Arias, said that there is no risk whatsoever since the river is only releasing energy, and its waters were being increased by the waters from the rivers and streams that flow into it.

In sectors of Santiago and Espaillat provinces, some 259 houses were affected due to the rains that fell yesterday over a large part of the Northeast, according to the Center for Emergency Operations (COE).

The housing affected in Santiago numbers 194, and of these, 131 were located in the barrios of La Gloria, La Cacata, Monterico and La Otra Banda. Another 63 homes were flooded by the rising waters of the Licey River in the sectors of Arenoso and Batey.

In the meantime, 65 houses were affected by the intense precipitation and the drainage problems in the barrios of La Soledad, El Rosario and Calat Number 1 and Number 2 in the province of Espaillat.
http://www.diariolibre.com/movil/noticias_det.php?id=331890

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