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Floods kill 3 in Turkey’s Black Sea region

2022-06-27T08:08+0200turkishpress (en)

By Gultekin Yetgin and Tugba Yardimci. GIRESUN, Turkey . At least three people lost their lives, including one gendarmerie officer, in floods triggered by heavy rain in Turkey’s Black Sea province, according to officials on Sunday. Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said 11 more people were reported missing in the northeastern province of Giresun.

Greece's fire-ravaged Evia will take decades to heal

2022-06-23T13:14+0200terradaily (en)

Nearly a year after Greece's second-largest island of Evia was devastated by some of the worst wildfires in the country's history, nature is making a slow comeback. Grass is growing on blackened mountainsides under the carcasses of burnt trees and birds are singing again.

Greece’s fire-ravaged Evia will take decades to heal

2022-06-23T11:07+0200techcodex (en)

And while the woods and meadows that once produced some of Greece’s best honey will likely need two decades to recover, experts say the best method is to let nature do the heavy lifting itself. “There is rebirth, in some places better than others,” Nikos Georgiadis of the World Wildlife Fund Greece told AFP.

Greece’s fire-ravaged Evia will take decades to heal

2022-06-23T10:42+0200whatsnew2day (en)

Nearly a year after Greece’s second largest island, Evia, was devastated by some of the worst wildfires in the country’s history, nature is making a slow comeback. Grass grows on blackened mountain slopes under the carcasses of burnt trees and birds sing again.

Greece’s fire-ravaged Evia will take decades to heal

2022-06-23T10:08+0200thesundaily (en)

LIMNI : Nearly a year after Greece's second-largest island of Evia was devastated by some of the worst wildfires in the country's history, nature is making a slow comeback. Grass is growing on blackened mountainsides under the carcasses of burnt trees and birds are singing again.

Greece’s fire-ravaged Evia will take decades to heal

2022-06-23T09:43+0200inquirer (en)

In two weeks last August, more than 46,000 hectares went up in smoke on Evia — 80 kilometers (50 miles) east of Athens — laying waste to homes, pine forests, olive groves, beehives and livestock after a prolonged heatwave. Apocalyptic. Thousands of locals and tourists fled from the north of the....

Greece's fire-ravaged Evia will take decades to heal

2022-06-23T08:43+0200bssnews (en)

LIMNI, Greece, June 23, 2022 (BSS/AFP) - Nearly a year after Greece's second-largest island of Evia was devastated by some of the worst wildfires in the country's history, nature is making a slow comeback. Grass is growing on blackened mountainsides under the carcasses of burnt trees and birds are singing again.

23/06/2022 Greece's fire-ravaged Evia will take decades to heal

2022-06-23T08:11+0200rfi-en (en)

Grass is growing on blackened mountainsides under the carcasses of burnt trees and birds are singing again. And while the woods and meadows that once produced some of Greece's best honey will likely need two decades to recover, experts say the best method is to let nature do the heavy lifting itself.

Greece's Fire-ravaged Evia Will Take Decades To Heal

2022-06-23T08:09+0200barrons (en)

And while the woods and meadows that once produced some of Greece's best honey will likely need two decades to recover, experts say the best method is to let nature do the heavy lifting itself. "There is rebirth, in some places better than others," Nikos Georgiadis of the World Wildlife Fund Greece told AFP.

Meteo cronaca diretta: (video) Turchia, improvvisa inondazione manda sott'acqua la città di Amasya, leggi articolo completo

2022-06-14T19:59+0200ilmeteo (it)

Meteo cronaca diretta: (video) Turchia, improvvisa inondazione manda sott'acqua la città di Amasya. Meteo cronaca diretta: (video) Turchia, improvvisa inondazione manda sott'acqua la città di Amasya. Il 10 Giugno, una violenta tempesta di pioggia, vento, grandine, ha colpito la città turca di Amasya , paralizzandola.

Arcobacter abundant in Hurricane Florence floodwaters

2022-06-13T09:26+0200qnewshub (en)

A North Carolina State University research team’s search for Campylobacter in the floodwaters from Hurricane Florence instead uncovered an abundance of a related emerging pathogen: Arcobacter. The study raises questions about the prevalence of these understudied bacteria and demonstrates the ways in....

Man's body found after flooding in Turkey's capital

2022-06-12T08:33+0200thenational (en)

Almost 50 personnel and crews from Ankara’s fire service were sent to the area. The man’s body was found near a river, among tree branches. Ankara Mayor Mansur Yavas said the man was Ilkay Yigit. "We lost our party's Mamak Youth Branch vice president Ilkay Yigit in the flood disaster in our city," he wrote on Twitter.

Safe Transportation Provided Between İkisu Bridge and Türkeli Ayancık

2022-06-04T17:11+0200raillynews (en)

The İkisu Bridge, which provides transportation between Sinop's Ayancık and Türkeli districts, and the Şevki Şentürk Bridges in the city center of Ayancık, within the scope of the works initiated for the improvement and construction of the bridges that were destroyed and damaged by the disaster that....

Weather Alert and Warning Systems Market Size Reach USD 3.35 Billion in 2030 | Comapnies Eton, Sangean, Midland Radio

2022-06-02T16:21+0200einnews (en)

/ -- The global weather alert/warning systems market size reached USD 1.74 Billion in 2021 and is expected to register a revenue CAGR of 7.5% during the forecast period, according to latest analysis by Emergen Research. Initiatives being undertaken by international bodies such as the United Nations....

PM urges to tap huge potential, opportunities to promote trade ties b/w Pakistan, Turkey

2022-06-01T10:09+0200radio-pk (en)

Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif has stressed the need to tap the huge potential and opportunities to promote trade relation between Pakistan and Turkey . Addressing the Turkey-Pakistan Business Council in Ankara on Wednesday, he said that both the countries have also immense opportunities of....

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