Enthusiasts: Ouragans: Canada has its wounds after Fiona, Florida and Cuba await Ian

Kenya: Four people, including three police officers, convicted for a triple homicide

 Kenya: Four people, including three police officers, convicted for a triple homicide © Reuters - Baz Ratner Nairobi, July 22, 2022. Three police officers and their informant await the judgment in their trial for the murder of the lawyer Willy Kimani , of his client and their driver in 2016. This is a decision that was eagerly awaited in Kenya. Three police officers and one informant were found guilty on Friday July 22, the murder of three men in 2016 on Friday, July 22 in 2016: a lawyer, his client and their taxi driver. Their sorrows will be pronounced in September.

Une femme est portée disparue à Channel-Port-aux-Basques, dans la province canadienne de Terre-Neuve. REUTERS/John Morris © John Morris A woman is missing in Channel-Port-aux-Basques, in the Canadian province of Newfoundland. Reuters/John Morris Never the authorities of the Canadian provinces of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia had seen such a storm. Canada noted the extent of the devastation after this Sunday, the passage of the Hurricane Fiona , now a post-tropical storm that weakens going up north. The results increased, the province of Prince-Edouard Island announcing a death on Sunday afternoon, while in the province of Newfoundland, the emergency services found floating in the water the body of A 73 -year -old woman, swept away by the ocean on Saturday during the storm which was previously missing. VIDEO. 500,000 households without electricity ... The Fiona storm struck eastern Canada "We have to give us some time. We cannot return to normal in one day, "said Via Facebook Live Brian Button, while his city bears the marks of the passage of Fiona: clusters, metal barriers twisted by the gigantic waves ... Some homes will be deprived of Current "for several days," warned operator director Nova Scotia Power, Peter Gregg. "In the end, it will be the storm that has caused the most damage we have ever seen," said Tim Houston, the Prime Minister of one of the most affected provinces, Nova Scotia, on CBC News . A hundred soldiers will also be deployed in the province of Prince-Edouard Island to participate in the work of clearing and reconstruction, which will take "weeks or even more," warned local authorities. The hurricane had already left at least seven dead last week, including four in Puerto Rico, two in the Dominican Republic and an in Guadeloupe . Another Cuba approach and the American state of Florida was preparing for their side for the arrival of the tropical storm Ian. The National Center for American Hurricane has issued a "hurricane alert" for several regions of Cuba (Isla de Juventud, Pinar del Rio, and Artemisa). The storm was around 6 p.m. GMT 865 km from the west end of the island, according to the same source. The NHC provides that Ian becomes in the coming 24 to 48 hours a "major" hurricane, that is to say, according to his nomenclature, likely to inflict "devastating" damage, to damage houses, Until trees and disrupt the distribution of water and electricity. Ian should go up, via the Gulf of Mexico, to Florida, which has already started to take its precautions. NASA has given up takeoff scheduled for Tuesday of its new Méga Rocket for the Moon, from the Kennedy space center which is in this state of the southern United States. US President Joe Biden has placed Florida under the "state of emergency" regime, which unlocks federal aids, while republican governor Ron Desantis called on Twitter to "take precautions". Joe Biden also gave up a trip that should have taken him to Florida Tuesday. In various localities of the state, the authorities began to distribute sandbags to protect houses in the face of the risk of floods. "It is now that you have to prepare. Do not wait until it is too late, "tweeted Jane Castor, mayor of Tampa, a city according to the NHC on the Ian trajectory.

A shark swimming in the street in Florida .
supplied by Bang Showbiz Sharks A shark was seen swimming in the city of Fort Myers in Florida. The state located in the southeast of the United States has recently been struck by Hurricane Ian and many cities have been flooded. A resident of the city filmed the scene in which we can see the animal stroll through the flooded streets of Fort Myers. The authorities had previously warned the inhabitants that they could meet wild animals that they are not used to seeing as alligators or bears.

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