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Preventable human causes are being blamed for the landslides and flooding that hit Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, in August 2017, killing around 500 people and destroying dozens of homes.

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The magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Iran on Friday, December 1, injuring 42 people and destroying several homes.

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Rain-triggered landslides and floods have killed 11 people in the east of Indonesia's main island of Java, an official reported on Tuesday.

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About 100,000 residents living near Bali’s Mount Agung volcano were ordered to evacuate, as the first major eruption in 54 years could be “imminent”.

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At least 58 aftershocks have been recorded after the two destructive M5.4 seismic events that struck the southeastern part of the Republic of Korea on September 12 and November 15, 2017, while concerns have been raised about the three nuclear reactors that are located in the vicinity of the Yangsan Fault, responsible for the quakes.

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A total of 210,000 gallons of oil leaked from the Keystone Pipeline in South Dakota, USA, on Thursday November 16, according to TransCanada, the pipeline's operator.

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Flash floods turned roads into torrents of mud and debris on the Western outskirts of Athens on Wednesday, November 15, killing at least 15 people, inundating homes and blocking a section of a major highway.

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