Typhoons

Miracles in the air! In a landmark move, the US plans to wirelessly refuel its next-generation UAVs with laser beams

In recent years, the use of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) on battlefields has increased significantly. First, the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan and then the war between Russia and Ukraine showed that drones will dominate future conflicts. Air operations have traditionally relied on powerful manned combat aircraft to perform critical …

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Dengue cases piling up in Super Typhoon Odette-hit areas alarm civil society groups – Philippines

Humanitarian organizations Monday asked for more help for survivors of Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai) amid a surge in dengue infections in typhoon-hit areas. “We hope that the newly elected Chief Executives can continue their efforts to help homes and communities impacted by Super Typhoon Odette as there is still …

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MUST be responsible for pioneering research into forecasting storms and floods

The President of Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) received MOP 1.14 million (US$140,994) in funding to lead a groundbreaking investigation into severe weather in the SAR. “It is important because of the impact of climate change on extreme weather conditions and flooding in Macau,” Joseph Lee Hun-wei, president …

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USAFE integrates with Arctic fighters during exercise Baltic Operations > Air Force > Article Display

RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany (AFNS) — Exercise Baltic Operations 2022, referred to as BALTOPS, is US-European Commandfrom 5th to 17th June 2018 the most important annual exercise with a maritime focus in the Baltic Sea region. The exercise provides a unique training opportunity to strengthen combined …

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Exposure to natural disasters adds up over time to the mental health burden

Natural disasters accumulate post-traumatic stress (PTSS) symptoms and functional impairment in individuals, whether they are directly affected, indirectly through concern for friends or family, or even through media coverage, a survey-based analysis of two hurricanes found. The strongest association with PTSS after Hurricane Irma in 2017 was from direct loss …

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Sonoma County Legal Counsel Receives a Position on the Global Disaster Board

The catastrophe hits Holly Rickett near her home – professionally and personally. Rickett, an emergency response legal expert in the Sonoma County Counsel’s office, has lived and worked helping wildfire victims. In 2017, it housed 15 evacuees from the devastating October wildfires that killed 24 people, destroyed more than 110,000 …

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Tai O Heritage Hotel celebrates its rich history and culture

In a renewal of the old Tai Po Police Station, built 120 years ago to fight pirates, the Tai O Heritage Hotel celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and looks back on the close relationship it has forged with the local community . The Old Tai O Police Station was …

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Red Arrows and Typhoon confirmed for both days of 2022 Rhyl Air Show

Red Arrows and Typhoon confirmed for both days of 2022 Rhyl Air Show The Rhyl Air Show returns this summer with a spectacular lineup including world-class acts on both days of the August bank holiday. For the first time in Rhyl Air Show history, The Red Arrows and The Typhoon …

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NASA is launching a comprehensive study of unexplained phenomena in the sky

NASA is set to begin a major study of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) and says research is an important part of his work to ensure spacecraft safety Independently reports. The study, expected to take nine months to complete, will examine existing data and determine the best ways to collect data …

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Camryn Bynum is helping organize typhoon relief for the Philippines

When the Minnesota Vikings complete their mandatory mini-camp on Wednesday, the players will have a chance to relax and prepare for training camp to begin in late July. Or, in the case of Camryn Bynum, who is a sophomore in security, he will travel overseas to fulfill a larger calling. …

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Several hundred people of Filipino descent live in the Vernon area – Vernon News

Photo: Gwyn Evans Rosalinda’s Diner at 2810 33rd St. Celebrated in June each year, Filipino Heritage Month celebrates one of Canada’s fastest growing multicultural communities. Unfortunately, Filipino immigration to the Okanagan, and particularly to Vernon, is not as well documented as other cultural groups. However, as of 2016, Vernon had …

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What does it mean to grow up with gun violence?

The central theses Exposure to gun violence can create traumatic disruptions in a child’s life and affect their long-term health and development. Most children with traumatic exposure go unidentified or do not receive appropriate treatment. Community support can aid in the healing process, but resources for individual therapy are limited …

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Sixth-generation European fighter remains stalled amid industrial grudges | news

Ongoing tensions between industry partners involved in a trinational effort to develop a sixth-generation fighter jet appear no closer to resolution as efforts to progress the project have still stalled. Airbus Defense & Space and Dassault Aviation were expected to sign a contract in 2021 to create a New Generation …

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Trend and forecast of the variety market| Key Players – Huayi, Tangren, Gold Typhoon, Sony Music Entertainment China, Johnny & Associates – Industrial IT

New Jersey, USA,- The globe “diversity Market” report provides insights into global trade along with valuable facts and figures. This analysis study examines the worldwide market in detail such as industrial chain structures, material suppliers and production. The Variety Market examines the major segments of the GPS bike computer market. …

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Disaster Relief and PAGCOR – Manila Bulletin

HEARD FROM GRIPE-VINE: OUR NEW ABNORMAL At a time when most government agencies have basically gone on “hold” and are playing a game of “wait and see” in anticipation of the fact that a new government will be inaugurated in about 30 days; It’s good to see PAGCOR still flexing …

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ASEAN and IFRC sign MoU to strengthen community resilience in Southeast Asia – World

JAKARTA, May 25, 2022 – The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) have signed the Memorandum of Understanding between ASEAN and IFRC to strengthen resilience the community in Southeast Asia. The MoU sets out the scope and key …

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RAF provides Typhoons, Chinooks and C-130J Hercules to NATO exercises in North Macedonia

Royal Air Force personnel and aircraft take part in a major NATO exercise in North Macedonia. The annual multinational exercise, known as Exercise Swift Response, includes eight countries in three regions this year. The exercise, which spans the Arctic, Balkans and Baltic States, will involve approximately 9,000 military personnel from …

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Schools in Cebu receive “Siab” packages from PLDT Group, Fiberhome Tech

THE School-in-a-Bag (Siab) by PLDT Inc. and Smart Communications Inc. (Smart) has continued to reach far-flung schools as face-to-face classes resume in Cebu province. In partnership with PLDT and Smart Foundation Inc. (PSF) and FiberHome Technologies, PLDT and Smart recently donated Siab packages to Cabagdalan Elementary School in Balamban, Mahanlud …

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Muography Array Discovers Meteotsunami Waves Under Tokyo Bay

Lights flicker in the darkness in the tunnel under Tokyo Bay. They don’t signal Godzilla’s arrival – they track muons. When high-energy cosmic rays collide with atoms in Earth’s atmosphere, muons are created, and so on a live video shows, the detectors flash continuously when picked up. However, last year …

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Holcim PH, Build Change Partner for Disaster Resilience – Manila Bulletin

From right are Build Change Philippines Program Officer Marvin Daryl Riego, Country Director Arnel Capili, Holcim Philippines Senior Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer Zoe Sibala, and Vice President for Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility Cara Ramirez during the signing of the Partnership for Disaster Preparedness Construction on May 11th. …

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Titusville pilot returning to Ukraine for relief missions

article TITUS VILLE, Fla. – Local pilot Joe Hurston is about to make his third trip to Ukraine to deliver life-saving water purifiers to people trapped in the war zone. Hurston and his wife Cindy prayed at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Titusville before heading back to Ukraine on Monday. Hurston’s …

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OMA’s Taipei Performing Arts Center elevates theater above the busy night market

A glass cube of epic proportions with strange projections has crash-landed on the southern edge of Shilin Night Market, one of Taipei’s busiest commercial and tourist hubs. A sphere floats in space, visibly attached to the fluted glass facade and supported by nothing more than a slender pair of columns …

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Solving the flood problem in Lapu is among Mayor Ahong Chan’s priorities

Mayor-elect Junard ‘Ahong’ Chan of Lapu-Lapu City. CDN digital photo | Futch Anthony Inso LAPU-LAPU CITY, Cebu – Solving the city’s flooding problem is one of the priorities of Lapu-Lapu City Mayor Junard “Ahong” Chan after he announced a fresh term. Chan said flooding is one of the immediate concerns …

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Agricultural production in Q1 flat after typhoon damage, ASF

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION in the fThe first quarter of the year is estimated to have been little changed due to typhoon damage and the ongoing impact of the African swine fever (ASF) outbreak, analysts said. Roy S. Kempis, a professor at Pampanga State Agricultural University, said “not much” is expected from …

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A Filipino investigation finds that big polluters are ‘morally and legally liable’ for climate damage | Philippines

The world’s most polluting companies have a moral and legal obligation to address the harms of climate change because of their role in spreading misinformation, according to a study by Filipino typhoon survivors. Experts say the long-awaited report released on Friday, which concludes that coal, oil, mining and cement companies …

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Pagcor inaugurates 3 more MPECs in CamSur

Alfredo Lim, President and COO of Pagcor (sixth from left) and Ocampo Mayor Ronald Allan Go (fifth from left) conduct the dedication ceremony of the emergency room. They are joined by Alberto Regino Jr. of Pagcor, Vice President for Human Resource and Development Group (fourth from right), Ramon Stephen Villaflor, …

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UH Manoa Campus Calendar of Events

Atmospheric Sciences Seminar May 4, 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m Mānoa Campus, Virtual Meeting 1. Change in translational velocity of tropical cyclones (TC) in the South China Sea and impact on TC intensity change2. The Explosive Intensification of Super Typhoon Hagibis (2019) Professor II LinInstitute for Atmospheric Sciencesnational taiwanese university …

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TYPE-W vs SCO-W Dream11 Prediction Fantasy Cricket Tips Dream11 Team Playing XI Pitch Report Injury Update- Ireland Women’s ODD

TYPE-W vs SCO-W Dream11 Prediction Fantasy Cricket Tips Dream11 Team Playing XI Pitch Report Injury Update of Ireland Women’s ODD match between Typhoon Women and Scorchers Women. DC vs LSG Dream11 Prediction TYP-W vs SCO-W Ireland Women’s ODD Match 1 Details: The 1St Match of Ireland Women’s ODD will be …

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Cool rendering sees GMC SVE Syclone reinterpreted as a typhoon

An Instagram digital artist played with his creativity to turn the pickup truck into a cool and clearly souped-up SUV. Via: Instagram @jlord8 That GMC Syclone offers the purpose of being a pickup truck. However, @jlord8 on Instagram set about turning an SVE Syclone into a Typhoon, which is a …

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Police shame a messy car filled with McDonald’s, bags of chips and cans of fizzy drinks

Police shamed what may be Britain’s messiest car – stuffed with fast food wrappers, packets of crisps and fizzy drink cans. Officials shared a photo showing what the inside of the vehicle looked like after it was stopped. Items strewn across the front passenger seat and footwell of the Ford …

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Italy’s F-35A in support of NATO’s enhanced Air Policing Mission in Iceland

The Italian Air Force’s F-35A fighter will fly NATO Air Policing missions over Iceland in May and June 2022. Photo credit: Italian Air Force/NATO. It was chosen by the Italian Air Force (Aeronautica Militare). insert an F-35A unit in support of NATO’s Enhanced Air Policing Mission in Iceland. The department …

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WeLoveU supports the future of young prospects

The WeLoveU Foundation aims to improve the educational facility at Engracio M. Castañeda Central Elementary School in La Paz, Tarlac. INVOLVED PHOTO THE International WeLoveU Foundation, a global charity led by Honorary Chairman Zahng Gij-jah, aims to improve the educational facility at Engracio M. Castañeda Central Elementary School in La …

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Houston Latin Fest, Wands and Wizards are top picks for family fun

Houston Latin Fest at Midtown Park. Photo: Melissa Phillip, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Breakfast with an astronaut Get an insight into the space program from an astronaut’s perspective while enjoying a delicious breakfast served by Wolfgang Puck. After the presentation, participate in a Q&A with the experienced space explorer. …

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Highest bidder has been awarded the contract to generate electricity for Bohol

NOTE: THIS STORY WAS FIRST PUBLISHED IN THE SUNDAY EDITION OF THE BOHOL CHRONICLE. One of the six bidders for the construction of an independent power plant in Bohol expressed serious concerns about awarding the project to a bidder that had submitted the highest price proposal and was declared by …

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How a typhoon on the other side of the world will affect Jax

A Category 4 storm south of Japan will affect the weather for the First Coast and the entire southeastern US. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – When looking at long-term forecasts, weather forecasters not only look at what’s happening locally, they also need to look at what’s happening around the world. Similar to …

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Gig Review: Royal Blood at First Direct Arena, Leeds

royal blood. Image: Joeseth Carter Last year’s Typhoons added a welcome touch of synthesizer sheen to the mix, moving more into modern-day muse territory and reinvigorating and reinventing the band once more. On record, Royal Blood albums are sturdy but polished jewels that blur the lines between pedalboard mastery and …

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Floods and landslides kill at least 25 people in the Philippines

MANILA, Philippines — Heavy rains caused by a summer tropical depression killed at least 25 people in the central and southern Philippines, mostly due to landslides, officials said Monday. Twenty-two villagers died in landslides in four villages in the city of Baybay in central Leyte province on Sunday and Monday, …

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Floating restaurants: rebuilding, trying to stay afloat again in Olango

This is a photo of Topie and Dinah’s floating restaurant before Typhoon Odette. | Contributed photo OLANGO ISLAND, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu – Olango Island in Lapu-Lapu City is known for its bird sanctuary and marine sanctuary. While some island residents worked in mainland Lapu-Lapu City and other cities in Cebu, …

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Cagayan conducts “Rescue Olympiad” | The Manila Times

RESCUELYMPICS Various Disaster Risk Reduction Management Offices (DRRMOs) in Cagayan participated in the Rescuelympics organized by the provincial PDRRMO on Thursday, April 7, 2022. PHOTO CONTRIBUTION TUGUEGARAO CITY: The Cagayan Provincial Government, through the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (PDRRMO), held its annual Rescue Olympics in Bangag, Lal-lo on …

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Sheriff’s house damaged under dozens of tornadoes in Houston County; no injuries reported

HOUSTON COUNTY, Ga. (CBS46) — A tornado likely caused a line of destruction at Stratham’s Landing near Warner Robins on Tuesday. Amid the roar of chainsaws and heavy equipment, Larry Smith sat in silence on Wednesday as crews removed four trees from his home, which he has shared with him …

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Israel donates water filtration systems to typhoon-hit Philippines

(April 4, 2022 / JNS) The Israeli Embassy in the Philippines facilitated the transfer of Israeli-made water filtration systems to typhoon-stricken regions of the Philippines. The Manila Times reported on Monday. The systems embarked on March 29 for “Del Carmen and San Isidro on Siargao Island, and Cagdianao and Basilisa …

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REVIEW: Sugary birthday cake sundae in souvenir 50th anniversary sand bucket floats at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is serving up a new 50th Anniversary treat: ice cream dream Sundae with sand bucket. This 50th Anniversary souvenir bucket filled with ice cream and cupcakes can be found at Happy Landings Ice Cream next to Castaway Creek. Ice Cream Dream Sand Bucket Sundae – …

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Vietnam offers rice aid to help Philippines deal with typhoon aftermath | politics

Assistant to Foreign Minister Nguyen Minh Hang (R) symbolically hands over the rice aid to Philippine Ambassador Meynardo Montealegre on April 1. (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – On behalf of the Prime Minister, on April 1, Assistant Secretary of State Nguyen Minh Hang symbolically presented 200 tons of rice worth …

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Grounded holistic arts and culture studio is back with States of Cadence II at Art Fair Philippines 2022 – Manila Bulletin

An exhibition of photos and portraits taken by Camille Robiou du Pont after Typhoon Odette. Artist network and wellness lifestyle brand Grounded launch the second part of their exhibition series, titled States of Cadence II. In collaboration with Art Fair Philippines, States of Cadence II is a multi-sensory exhibition about …

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Philippines: Super Typhoon Rai (Odette) – Situation Report #7 (as of March 25, 2022) – Philippines

This report is produced by OCHA Philippines in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It covers the period from March 11 to March 21, 2022. HIGHLIGHTS • The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) reports that 5,102 families (or 21,051 individuals) have been displaced in Regions VI, VII, VIII, X, MIMAROPA …

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P2-M “Negosyo-Kits” to restart MSME’s businesses

CEBU CITY – A total of PHP 2 million in support in the form of “Negosyo Kits” will help restart the businesses of the 2,500 micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in Cebu province affected by Typhoon Odette start, an official said on Wednesday. Rose Mae Quiñanola, director of the …

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Arcade Fire, Valerie June, The Smile, Andrew Bird, More: All Songs Considered: NPR

Clockwise from top left: The Smile, Brittany Davis, Arcade Fire, Andrew Bird, Valerie June Courtesy of the artists Hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of the artists As artists have huddled at home in recent years, so many have written music about their time alone and the importance of reconnecting. The …

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Throwback: Royal Blood rocks Swansea as the first official music act to play in a new arena – Robert Dalling

The Swansea Arena has only just opened but is already in need of refurbishment. Royal Blood really blew the brand new venue off the roof on Saturday March 19th when it became the first official music act to ever play there. Rocking duo Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher arrived at …

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DOST and DILG join forces for the “Maghanda” disaster control project

MANILA — The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and the Department of Home and Local Government (DILG) on Wednesday signed an agreement for a project called “Maghanda,” which aims to increase information pressure and provide better disaster risk warnings. “It aims to enable LGUs (local government units), Disaster Risk …

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Japan receives first of three Global Hawk surveillance drones at Misawa Air Base

An RQ-4B Global Hawk surveillance drone lands March 12, 2022 at Misawa Air Base, Japan. It is the first of three drones operated by the Japan Air Self-Defense Force. (Antwain Hanks/US Air Force) An RQ-4B Global Hawk surveillance drone that landed at Misawa Air Base in northeast Japan on Saturday …

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Cebu BPOs are requesting an exemption from on-site work rules, citing continued typhoon impact

Through Arjay L Balinbin, Elderly reporter CEBU’s IT and Business Process Management (IT-BPM) branch is seeking an exemption from a government order to returnfice work as of April 1st and notes that the region continues to be afinfected by Typhoon Odette in December. “If they really want to make it …

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171,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses wasted in Central Visayas

PHARMACY VACCINATION A local health official vaccinates a man at a pharmacy in Cebu City as officials from the national pandemic task force look on in this February 2022 photo. – NESTLE SEMILLA CEBU CITY — At least 170,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines in Central Visayas have been wasted after …

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Cebu City Council for the Private Sector: Help rebuild public schools

Inquirer.net file photo CEBU CITY, Philippines — Cebu City Councilman Joel Garganera has called on the private sector to help clean up public schools damaged by Typhoon Odette preparing for classroom instruction. Garganera said even if there were already 13 identified schools in the mountain barangays that would be allowed …

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What the military jets heard circling loudly over Swansea were and where they are coming from

Loud jet planes could be heard in the air over Swansea at lunchtime on Tuesday 8 March. Residents across the city and county stared skyward at the recurring sound of roaring jet engines. according to a Flight tracker website It appears that at least one of the US Air Force …

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East Japan Railway hosts 1st anniversary events. the complete restoration of the line hit by the typhoon

An artist rendering provided by East Japan Railway Co. shows the Yellow Happy Train carriage that will run on the Suigun Line on March 28. MITO — The Mito branch of East Japan Railway Co. (JR East) will hold special events on March …

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Philippines – Typhoon Rai (Odette) – ETC Situation Report No. 8 (Reporting period: 02/23/2022 to 03/04/2022) – Philippines

Since Super Typhoon Rai (Odette) struck the central Philippine islands on December 16, 2021, the Global ETC has coordinated with its global and local partners to manage government response efforts and humanitarian needs through the Philippines-led National ETC to support Institute for Information and Communication Technology (DICT). highlights On February …

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Cortes asks council for P165M budget for typhoon victims

Mandaue City Administrator Jamaal James Calipayan. Mandaue Municipality will allocate an additional budget of 165 million pesetas to provide financial support to families affected by Typhoon Odette whose homes were damaged last December. Attorney Jamaal James Calipayan, Mandaue City Manager, noted that the national government gave just 52 million pesos, …

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Thanks to the benefactors of Mission Typhoon Odette

Typhoon Odette, which hit the northern part of the island of Mindanao on December 16-17, 2021, claimed many lives. Volunteers from the Rosa Mystica Medical Mission visited the site seven days later, two days before Christmas. The damage was extensive with power and communications cuts, landslides, many fallen trees and …

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Legarda vows to improve livelihoods for Cebu’s fishermen and families

Legarda receives a warm welcome upon arrival in Lilo-an, Cebu, one of the areas hit hard by Typhoon Odette last year. MANILA, Philippines — Providing more livelihood programs for families of fishermen in Cebu to feed them while typhoons increase in intensity and frequency is among the priority tasks of …

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BFAR launches recovery program for typhoon-hit seaweed farmers

ALGAE CULTURE. A farmer shows an algae farm damaged by Typhoon Odette in this January 7, 2022 file photo. The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) intends to restore seaweed production on 100 hectares of farms on typhoon-ravaged Dawahon Island in Bato, Leyte. (Photo courtesy of BFAR Region 8) …

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Reopening of the Aguinid Falls in Samboan

Tourists enjoy a swim at Aguinid Falls in Samboan (CDN FILE PHOTO) CEBU CITY, Philippines — Two months after Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai) devastated the island, more tourist destinations are reopening in Cebu province. The local government of the city of Samboan in southwestern Cebu announced that the famous …

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Visayan Electric Power Recovery Reaches 98%

Typhoon Odette (Rai) as it struck Cebu City on December 16, 2022 damaged or destroyed power and telecommunications lines. / AMPER CAMPAÑA” title=”ATTACHMENT LINES. A lineman from a telecommunications company repairs lines at the Barangay Capitol site in Cebu City on Sunday, February 20, 2022. Typhoon Odette (Rai) as it …

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Typhoon Network (TYPH) has a bullish sentiment score, falls and underperforms the crypto market Friday: What Next?

Typhoon Network (TYPH) receives a positive review from InvestorsObserver Friday. The crypto is down 0.26% to $0.0233115109, while the broader crypto market is down 2.35%. Typhoon Network has a bullish sentiment reading. Find out what this means for you and get the rest of the rankings on Typhoon Network! bullish …

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Not only Lambug Beach, but also canyoning in Badian is to be reopened

2019 File Photo: Sunsets at Lambug Beach in Badian, Cebu | CDN digital photo of Morexette Marie Erram CEBU CITY, Philippines — More tourist attractions in Cebu province are reopening after the devastation caused by Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai). Badian local government recently announced that they will reopen two …

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204 reservists of the NegOcc army were celebrated for the ‘Odette’ relief efforts

PRAISE. Brig. Gen. Inocencio Pasaporte (left), commander of the 303rd Infantry Brigade, pins the military commendation medal to a Philippine Army reservist who contributed to the relief and rescue efforts after Typhoon Odette, during rites in Sipalay City, Negros Occidental Sunday. “We recognize their efforts and commitment in assisting the …

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SSS extends dues payment deadline in typhoon areas

The Social Security System (SSS) announced that the contribution payment deadline for select months in 2021 will be extended to February 28, 2022 in areas declared a state of disaster by Presidential Proclamation No. 1267 due to Typhoon Odette. Based on SSS Circular No. 2022-004 of February 9, 2022, contribution …

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Cemex PH gains weighed down by FX losses, ‘Odette’

Cement maker Cemex Holdings Philippines Inc. suffered a 26 percent year-on-year fall in net profit in 2021 to 726 million pesetas on exchange losses, while its fourth quarter became unprofitable due to bad weather, including disruption from Typhoon Odette. ” Cemex reported attributable net income of P726 million last year, …

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The Philippines welcomes foreign travelers back after 2 years

Foreign travelers from 157 countries with visa-free agreements with the Philippines who have been fully vaccinated and tested negative for the virus will be welcomed back and will no longer need to be quarantined upon arrival. The government also ended a risk classification system that banned travelers from the hardest-hit …

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Power Electronics Hardware-in-the-Loop Market Size & Scope (2022-2030) and Analysis by Top Key Players

New Jersey, USA,-The report attempts to offer a high-quality and accurate analysis of the global Power Electronics Hardware-in-the-Loop market keeping in mind the market forecast, competitive intelligence, and technological risks and advancements, among other vital issues. Its carefully crafted market intelligence allows the market players to understand the key developments …

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Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) Simulation Market Trending Marketing Channels, Regional Outlook by – Typhoon HIL, National Instruments, DSpace GmbH, Siemens, MicroNova AG, etc – Cleveland Sports Zone

“ This report on the global hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation market with a comprehensive market study helps the market players to navigate through the uncertainties. In the past two years, the global pandemic has disrupted the global hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation market in all sorts of ways. This global Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) …

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The use of S-400 missiles and F-35 stealth jets as well as Eurofighter Typhoons give a strategic twist to the Ukraine conflict

Amid the Ukraine crisis, Russia’s S-400 missile defense systems have arrived in Belarus, where they will be used in combat missions as part of an integrated air defense plan. “S-400 Triumf anti-aircraft missile systems of the Air Force and Air Defense Army of the Eastern Military District, which participated in …

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Incredible moment RAF Typhoons intercept four Russian “Bear” bombers near British airspace

Dramatic footage shows the moment the RAF escorted two Russian bombers intercepted off northern Britain amid rising tensions in Ukraine. Typhoons have been launched from RAF Lossiemouth in Moray, Scotland, to monitor the fighter jets as fears mount that Vladimir Putin will invade the eastern European nation. The incident happened …

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Varieties market size 2022 and analysis until 2029

New Jersey, USA,-The report attempts to offer a high-quality and accurate analysis of the global Varieties market keeping in mind market forecasts, competitive intelligence, and technological risks and advancements among other important issues. Its carefully crafted market intelligence allows market participants to understand the key developments in the global Strain …

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DENR forms regional task forces to promote rehabilitation in typhoon-hit areas

Philstar.com January 31, 2022 | 12:16 p.m MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Environment and Natural Resources has established regional task forces that will help expedite recovery and rehabilitation programs in typhoon-devastated areas. In a press release, the department said Minister Roy Cimatu had ordered the establishment of regional Build …

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RAF Lossiemouth Typhoons begin exercise Red Flag in the US

A LARGE RAF detachment, including Typhoons from RAF Lossiemouth, began exercise Red Flag in the United States this week. Typhoons land on Nellis AFB. The RAF took 300 personnel for the event at the Test and Training Range in Nevada. The Typhoons will join US and Royal Australian Air Force …

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WATCH: Cebu’s famous Tops Lookout a month after Odette

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Wondering what Cebu the Tops Lookout’s “OG” hangout looks like after Super Typhoon Odette? Ka-Siloy Michael Sagonoy gives us a glimpse of another video showing the typhoon’s devastating impact on Cebu’s OG hangout. In his drone video you can see the before and after effects of …

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Hundreds of NegOr typhoon victims receive transitional aid

ACCOMMODATION KITS. Dumaguete Bishop Julito Cortes (left) presents protective gear to Manjuyod parish priest Fr. Hitchon Amahit (third from left) January 15, 2022. The Diocese of Dumaguete, in partnership with donors, continues to provide relief and rehabilitation assistance to victims of Typhoon Odette in Negros Oriental. (Photo from the Diocese …

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Typhoons are threats to ecosystems and wildlife

Typhoon Odette (international codename Rai) devastated parts of Visayas and Mindanao in December last year. The typhoon, which nearly reached the super typhoon category, caused severe and widespread damage, killing at least 409 people and causing at least 39.3 billion pesos, or $794 million, in damage. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical …

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WFP Philippines – Typhoon Odette – Situation Report No. 6 (19 January 2022) – Philippines

In numbers 8 million people affected 11 regions affected 530,000 people in need 198,652 people are still on the run highlights WFP, in collaboration with the Regional Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), is preparing food aid for 115,000 people on the islands of Dinagat and Siargao. The Global …

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Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park will remain closed on January 17th and 18th, 2022

UPDATE – It has now appeared on the Walt Disney World calendar that Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon will be closed today (January 17) and Tuesday, January 18, 2022. We believe this closure is due to the ongoing cold spell in Orlando. As of now, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon is scheduled to reopen …

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Cuba’s Disaster Preparedness as a Model for PH

Whenever a typhoon approaches Philippine territory, it’s only fair to say that Pagasa (Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration), despite budget cuts in recent years, does its job well by providing regular weather reports. The cuts, of course, delayed the modernization of the country’s weather agency. The private sector …

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Sonic boom claimed in East Yorkshire as RAF fighter plane Typhoon ignites loud bang | United Kingdom | Messages

Local residents likened the loud blast, which struck just after 8 a.m. over the Mappleton area, to that of a bomb. RAF fighter planes regularly fly in the area for training purposes and to monitor Russian planes flying near British airspace. This led many to attribute the noise to a …

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Diosdado Macapagal and Typhoon ‘Odette’

SHORTLY before the expected happy festivities at the end of 2021 were celebrated, typhoon “Rai” moved into the Philippine area of ​​responsibility on the night of December 14th. The Filipino Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) named it “Odette” and as it approached land, it unexpectedly quickly developed into …

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The government was “not too late” to respond to Typhoon Odette, says Duterte

Overturned electricity pylons are still blocking a main road in Surigao City, Surigao del Norte Province, in this photo taken on December 19, 2021, four days after the onslaught of Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai). (File photo from Agence France-Presse) MANILA, Philippines – The national government did not respond “too …

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Data collection that is important for disaster risk reduction

On December 16, 2021, the super typhoon “Odette” (international name: Rai) hit land as a category 5 typhoon in the Philippines, causing over 400 deaths and an estimated damage of over half a billion dollars to infrastructure and agricultural production. This is hardly an unprecedented disaster for the Philippines. A …

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Andi Eigenmann talks about “hard times” after Typhoon Odette

Andi Eigenmann (Image: Instagram / @ andieigengirl) Andi Eigenmann has admitted that it is emotionally difficult for her after the super typhoon Odette devastated her family’s home island Siargao. The actress, who was in Manila when Odette landed on Siargao last month, spoke about how her family is coping with …

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Duterte will be visiting the Odette affected areas again to review the government’s efforts to provide relief

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, January 5th) – President Rodrigo Duterte said he will visit areas badly hit by Typhoon Odette later this month to check that government agencies have followed his instructions for assistance and rehabilitation. “Gusto ko tignan, what was the progress of our government intervention there. Bibistahin ko …

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Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park opened on Sunday after being closed for almost 2 years

article Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon reopened on a sunny day on January 2, 2022 during the Walt Disney World Resort’s 50th anniversary celebration in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The water park offers exciting water attractions and tropical family fun for guests of all ages LAKE BUENA VISTA, Florida. – On Sunday, …

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