Dozens of people suffering from hypothermia and respiratory illnesses were taken to hospitals Monday as rain and snow lashed Pakistan's quake-stricken part of Kashmir, blocking roads and grounding helicopters used to ferry aid to remote areas. Since the 7.6-magnitude quake struck Pakistan on Oct. 8, killing more than 87,000 people, aid agencies have been warning of another disaster among the 3.5 million people who lost their homes as the scenic Himalayan region's harsh winter settles in
Dear readers! Please observe community rules and respect each other. We do not practice censorship. However, all offensive comments will be deleted, and their posters will be blocked.
Forest fires in Siberia have been raging for three months already. They have become a disaster not only of Russian, but of global scale. The fires have already scorched 12 million hectares of land