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Drought takes toll on Australian farmers

The eastern Australian states of Queensland and New South Wales are in the grip of the most severe drought ever recorded. Some farmers in Australia are having to shoot their cattle because they cannot afford to feed them.The financial strain … Continue reading

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Drought-plagued future predicted for Arizona

The American Southwest is being plagued by drought. Climate scientists warn drier-than-normal conditions may be here to stay. In fact, future droughts may be more severe than in the past in Arizona.

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Floods across UK shows no signs of letting up

Flooded homes along England’s River Thames are being evacuated as water levels are expected to keep rising in the next few days.With some homes and businesses underwater for more than a month, its expected to take months for groundwater to … Continue reading

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Ice storm in US causes power outage and flight disruption

More than 93,000 customers from Alabama to North Carolina are without power in the Southeast, power companies tell us. Most of the outages are in metro Atlanta. The storm also is disrupting air travel. As of 10 a.m., Flightaware.com is … Continue reading

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Expert: Sea levels make flooding worse

Meteorologist Bob Henson about why climate change may be a part of England’s recent flooding.  

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Thousands of UK homes under threat by floods

Thousands of homes in the UK are under threat from flooding after the River Thames burst its banks.The river is now at its highest level in years and heavy rains show no sign of relenting.Al Jazeera’s Simon McGregor-Wood reports from … Continue reading

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Bolivia declares emergency over floods

A state of emergency has been declared in Bolivia where devastating floods have affected tens of thousands of people. In central Bolivia, several bodies are still buried beneath a mudslide that swallowed half a village on Saturday. Torrential rain is … Continue reading

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