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Flood situation worsens in Assam, India - 1 dead, nearly 300,000 affected

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The flood situation in Assam worsened on Wednesday with one person losing his life and nearly three lakh people suffering in the deluge across 11 districts.

According to the daily flood report of the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), one person was killed at Rongjuli in Goalpara district.

At present, around 2.72 lakh persons are affected due to flood in Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Nagaon, Hojai, Darrang, Barpeta, Nalbari, Goalpara, West Karbi Anglong, Dibrugarh and Tinsukia districts, it said.

Goalpara is the worst-hit district with 2.15 lakh people affected, followed by Nalbari with over 22,000 people hit and Nagaon with nearly 11,000 persons.


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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Above the ecliptic energetic changes are now visible

Above the ecliptic
© YouTube/Adapt 2030 (screen capture)
It's as if governments around the planet know that the energetic changes sweeping our solar system and the spiral arm of our galaxy will usher in changes that will naturally reset humanity. This explains the unbelievably reckless money printing and ripping apart of the global economy unchecked. The Hollywood-esque headlines need to become more and more distracting to keep the populace unaware until they are not.


Comment: For more information on this and much more read, Earth Changes and the Human-Cosmic Connection by Pierre Lescaudron and Laura Knight-Jadczyk.


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Spectacular 'underwater tornado' captured near Australian reef

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© Twitter/Schmidt Ocean
A team of ocean researchers stumbled across what appeared to be some type of 'underwater tornado' (pictured) while conducting a study near Moore Reef, off the coast of Cairns
A team of researchers conducting a study near an Australian reef stumbled across an amazing sight when their cameras picked up an 'underwater tornado'.

Schmidt Ocean Institute researchers were performing a remote expedition on Moore Reef, off the coast of Cairns in Queensland, when they made the discovery on May 22.

'That's amazing. It's like it's created an underwater tornado, I've never seen that before,' one of the researchers is heard saying.

Australian marine geologist Dr Robin Beaman watched the live feed and explained how unusual the sighting was.

'There is such a thing called benthic storms, this is kind of at a broader level, this is like a benthic tornado,' the researcher said.

'It is actually leaving a trail on the sea floor, that was so strange.'


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Meili Mountain Park in China closes after heavy snowfall, rain

Meili Snow Mountains in Deqen County, southwest China's Yunnan Province.

Meili Snow Mountains in Deqen County, southwest China's Yunnan Province.
On Tuesday May 26th southwest China's Yunnan Province bad weather forced authorities to lock Meili Snow Mountain National Park in Deqin County.

On Wednesday May 27th local authorities stated that the park's inside and outside roads suffered damage due to the continuous rain and heavy snow, and to guarantee the security of tourists and pilgrims, publicity department mentioned that the company operating the park carried out urgent situation effort.


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Ice Age Farmer Report: FOOD - What's in it? Who knows! FDA drops labels as "Fake Food" rolls out

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The FDA has waived labeling requirements, allowing producers to change ingredients WITHOUT updating the label -- WHY? Christian explores this loss in fidelity of information on your food, and how it enables the masking of underlying food shortages AND the rollout of "Fake Food" as we witness the total technocratic takeover of food.


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Severe flood hits Estelí, Nicaragua

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Severe flash flood hit Estelí, NICARAGUA - May 26,2020


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Lightning strike kills 2 teenagers in Pangasinan, Philippines

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Two teenagers, stranded due to the pandemic, died Tuesday after being struck by lightning while playing and taking a shower in the rain, authorities said.

Maria Veronica Ligtasy, 16 years old, resident of Barangay 149 Raxa Bago Street, Tondo, Manila and Marilyn Rutur, 15 years old, resident of Block 96, Lot 6 Kawal Purok 4, Dagatdagatan, Caloocan City were pronounced dead on arrival when rushed to the Mapandan Community Hospital in Mapandan, Pangasinan.

Both were reportedly staying with relatives in Barangay Aseda as they were stranded during the lockdown. Being minors, the two were not allowed to travel during the duration of the lockdown.

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Blanket of snow covers northern Greece in late May

The scene at Zogori on May 26.
© AMNA
The scene at Zogori on May 26.
Areas of north-western Greece were covered in snow on Tuesday, as severe weather, bringing thunder, lightning and heavy rain slammed into several other regions of the country.

Heavy snowfall at the the region of Zagori, near Ioannina, turned the landscape wintery. According to residents of the area, the snow reached 10cm while temperatures dropped to 2°C.

Roads were covered in snow and driving conditions were particularly difficult.


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Snow shuts down major roads in Eastern Cape, South Africa

Matroosberg area
© Matroosberg Reserve, Facebook
Matroosberg area
Dangerous driving conditions due to consistent snowfall in the Eastern Cape has forced provincial transport authorities to close parts of major roads in the province.

Transport department spokesperson Khusela Rantjie announced on Tuesday night that the N9 between Graaff-Reinet and Middelburg, and the R61 between Cradock and the N9 would be closed off with immediate effect.

This comes as the SA Weather Service in Port Elizabeth warned of disruptive snowfalls on high grounds of the Eastern Cape on Tuesday night.


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Lightning kills woman on Skopelos, Greece

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A woman died on the western Aegean island of Skopelos after being struck by lightning during a thunderstorm early on Tuesday afternoon.

The woman was struck by a bolt of lightning while working on a farm with her husband, who subsequently alerted the authorities.

The development came as a wet front swept across much of the country, bringing heavy rainfall and hailstorms in parts.