Pakistan: Deadly explosion of a bus carrying Chinese workers
© AP After the explosion, the bus paid in a ravine, in the Kohistan district of the Pakistani province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, July 14, 2021. In Pakistan, at least 13 people, including nine Chinese, died in the explosion of a bus that then poured into a ravine. The vehicle was carrying Chinese staff working on the construction of a dam. China denounces an attack and calls the officials severely. The explosion took place on Wednesday around 7am, local time, in the Kohistan district.
© AFP This aerial photo taken on July 5, 2021 WATCH WATER LIBERATED FROM XIAOLANGDI TANK DAMPER IN LUOYANG, IN THE Chinese province of Henan.
The Yihetan Dam in Luoyang, a city of about 7 million people "can yield from one moment to another" as part of the bad weather that strikes China, warned the Chinese army on Tuesday, July 20th .
The Chinese army warned Tuesday against the imminent risk of rupture of a dam in the center of the country, subjected to diluvian rains which have made at least three deaths.
The regional command of the People's Liberation Army explained in a statement that a 20-meter breach had appeared this day in the Yihetan Dam in Luoyang, a city of about 7 million people in the Henan region. .
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© Christof Stache aerial view of relief removing the rubble at the edge of the river Ahr after the floods that ravaged western Germany, in Schuld, near Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler, July 18, 2021 The pipes sink into the darkness of a garage of Ahrweiler, German city affected by floods. Thousands of liters of water are pumped from the basement, while firefighters, outside, apprehend to discover one of the many disappeared desperately sought by their loved ones.
"The dam can give in from one moment to another" , he warns.
Soldiers sent for an emergency action
The army announced having sent soldiers to conduct emergency action including blanking and flood deviation.
Zhengzhou, huge metropolis located about 700 kilometers southwest of Beijing, it was placed on Tuesday on a red alert. This is the highest level of alert for meteorology in China.
CCTV national television has shown streets of the city submerged by a huge muddy water stream, while inhabitants with water to the knees pushed their vehicle in flooded arteries.
Zhengzhou meteorological services mentioned the strongest rainfall in a day since the beginning of the surveys 60 years ago.
According to the daily life of the people, these bad weather has caused the collapse of houses. At least one person has found death and two others are missing. The local media also reported the death of two other people after the collapse of a wall. No official balance sheet was available immediately.
Floods: Belgium collects in tribute to victims
© provided by the point L A Belgium pays tribute on Tuesday to the victims of the floods of unpublished magnitude which devastated the region of Liège (EST) the 14 and July 15, with a day of "national mourning" marked by a minute of silence that the whole country is called to observe at noon. According to an interim assessment, Monday night, strong floods due to diluvian rains, which have caused the collapse of dozens of houses, cost 31 people.
The authorities closed the metro, flooded, and removed hundreds of flights at the city airport.
videos on social networks, whose authenticity has not been verified, have shown passengers in a metro wagon, suspended from the handles, while the water arrives at the shoulders, and Other standing on the seats.
Images broadcast by CCTV public television have also shown water invading the desert wharf of a metro station. The firefighters of Zhengzhou indicated on the Chinese social network Weibo that passengers were rescued for blocked trains.
A passenger also told Weibo that rescuers had opened the roof of his wagon to allow evacuation, one by one, passengers. Other images showed a passenger sitting on the roof of his wagon half overwhelmed by the waters in a tunnel.
10,000 people evacuated
More than 10,000 people have been preparedly evacuated in recent days, Tuesday indicated Tuesday the Henan authorities who felt earlier in the day the damage to several million euros.
Floods occur each summer in China because of seasonal rains.
But the threat has increased in recent years, particularly because of the construction of dams or stream deviations that have sometimes cut the connections existing between the adjacent rivers and lakes, and prevented the trop- Full of water to spread in the plains.
Last year, record floods in the southwestern country had ravaged roads and caused the evacuation of tens of thousands of inhabitants.
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