ERFTSTADT, Germany: The death toll in devastating flooding in western Germany and Belgium rose to at least 170 on Saturday after burst rivers and flash floods this week collapsed houses and ripped up roads and power lines. Some 143 people died in the flooding in Germany’s worst natural disaster in more than half a century.
Rescue workers searched flood-ravaged parts of Germany and Belgium for survivors on Saturday after burst rivers and flash floods this week collapsed houses and claimed at least 157 lives. “We mourn with those that have lost friends, acquaintances, family members,” German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier said during a visit to Erftstadt in the state of North
SCHULD/ERFTSTADT, Germany: German officials feared more deaths on Friday after “catastrophic” floods swept through western regions, demolishing streets and houses, killing more than 100 people and leaving hundreds more missing and homeless. Communications were cut in many areas and entire communities lay in ruins after swollen rivers tore through towns and villages in the western
Pakistan’s daily Coronavirus caseload has dropped slightly for the second consecutive day and has claimed 21 more lives in Pakistan, taking the country’s virus tally to 976,867. According to the latest figures released by the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), the nationwide death toll currently stands at 22,618 after the freshest addition of the casualties.
SURFSIDE: The confirmed death toll in the collapse of a Miami-area condominium tower rose to 64 on Thursday after crews recovered the remains of 10 more people from the concrete and steel ruins of the building. A total of 76 people remain missing and feared dead in the mountain of rubble, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella
During the third wave of coronavirus, Pakistan ranks 29th in the list of covid-19 infected patients. The country has seen a dramatic reduction of deaths from the coronavirus. The National Command and Control Center (NCOC) says at least 27 deaths from the coronavirus have been reported yesterday since March 21 this year, compared to 20