Showing posts with label tsunamis. Show all posts
Showing posts with label tsunamis. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Evacuation ships to wait at sea off Istanbul in case of major quake - Turkey News

With a plan prepared by Interior Ministry in collaboration with several concerned agencies, evacuation ships will stay at sea off Istanbul to take earthquake victims out of the province in case of a possible major earthquake expected in the Marmara region.

Friday, July 21, 2017

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Monday, November 21, 2016

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Alerte au tsunami en Indonésie après un séisme de magnitude 7,9 au large de Sumatra

Un séisme de magnitude 7,9 dans l'océan Indien a secoué mercredi l'île de Sumatra, dans l'ouest de l'Indonésie, selon l'institut américain de géophysique (USGS). Une alerte au tsunami a dans la foulée été lancée par les autorités locales.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Japanese firms raided on suspicion of rigging bids for post-disaster repair contracts

Japanese prosecutors on Wednesday raided the offices of road-paving companies on suspicion they were involved in bid-rigging for road reconstruction projects in regions devastated by the earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Magnitude 6.8 earthquake strikes off Japan's Okinawa, Taiwan, Japan

School children were evacuated to higher ground on some islands and buildings swayed in Taipei after a strong earthquake struck Monday in seas east of Taiwan and south of Okinawa.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Japan marks 4th anniversary of tsunami disaster

Japan marked the fourth anniversary Wednesday of a quake-tsunami disaster that swept away thousands of people and sparked a nuclear crisis, a tragedy that has left visible scars on the landscape and continues to cause misery for many.

Friday, December 26, 2014

World marks 10 years since Asia tsunami. (Memorial services held for 220,000 people killed after underwater earthquake)

Beachside memorials and religious services have been held across Asia to mark the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami that killed 220,000 in one of modern history's worst natural disasters.
The devastating December 26, 2004, tsunami, triggered by a 9.1-magnitude earthquake, struck a dozen countries around the Indian Ocean rim.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

A strong 7.8-magnitude aftershock and an earlier 6.4-magnitude rocked Chile’s northern coast today (April 3)

SANTIAGO — A strong 7.8-magnitude aftershock and an earlier 6.4-magnitude rocked Chile’s northern coast today (April 3) even as Chilean authorities assessed the damage from a massive earthquake that struck off the northern coast on Tuesday. There are no immediate reports of new damage or injuries from today’s aftershocks.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

A strong 8.2-magnitude earthquake has struck off the northwestern coast of Chile...

A strong 8.2-magnitude earthquake has struck off the northwestern coast of Chile, killing at least two people and setting off a small tsunami that prompted evacuations along the country's Pacific coast.

The U.S. Geological Survey says the earthquake was centered about 100 kilometers northwest of Iquique Tuesday evening. It was followed by several aftershocks, including one measuring 6.2-magnitude.

Chilean authorities said waves measuring about two meters were striking cities along the coast. Officials quickly ordered evacuations, warning that larger waves are expected later.

Iquique's governor, Gonzalo Prieto, told a local radio station that two people are confirmed dead and at least three are seriously injured.
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