Extreme winds hit the Canadian province of Ontario to plunge more than 280,000 homes and businesses into darkness, utility Hydro One said on Saturday, although power supplies were later restored to some.
Dozens of devastating tornadoes roared through five US states overnight, leaving more than 80 people dead Saturday in what President Joe Biden said was “one of the largest” storm outbreaks in history.
At least 100 people are feared dead after a string of powerful tornadoes obliterated buildings, homes and anything else in their way in Kentucky on Friday night and Saturday.
Kentucky residents, many without power, gas or even a roof over their heads, woke on Sunday to a landscape scarred by a string of powerful tornadoes that officials fear killed at least 100 people while obliterating homes, businesses and anything else in their way.
Businesswoman Marie-Hélène Stavelot has taken a teenage hobby and turned it into a Dubai-based sustainable fashion technology business.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Saturday called on members of his Social Democratic party (SPD) to back the country’s new ruling coalition.
The broad Republican victories in last month’s elections have fed expectations for more GOP gains in 2022.
Russia covers over 40% of Greece’s demand for natural gas and has even increased gas supplies recently, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in an English-language interview with Greece’s Antenna TV channel.
Pressure is growing on Eamon Ryan, the Minister for the Environment, Communications and Climate Action, to order an investigation into surging electricity prices.
The number of patients with the new Omicron coronavirus strain in Russia is higher than the currently known two infections, founder and general director of the DNKOM research center for molecular and genetic studies Andrei Isaev thinks.