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Recent Natural Disasters List April 29, 2020

Recent Natural Disasters 2020: This natural disaster list covers important natural disasters in the world with detail update report.

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Major Natural Disasters Today
  • Flash flood in Morocco
    -Seven people watching a football match in Morocco have been killed in a flash flood that swept across the pitch.
    -Heavy rainfall caused the nearby river to swell which flooded the football field in Tizert, in the Taroudant region of Morocco. Click for detail report on Morocco flood

Recent Earthquakes
  • Magnitude 4.8 moderate earthquake in Iran-Iraq border region (@ 10 km depth) with epicenter located 34 km SW of As Sulaymānīyah, Iraq.
    17:01 UTC (local time: 20:01; 2020-04-29 @ epicenter)
  • Magnitude 3.8 weak earthquake in Greece (@ 10 km depth) with epicenter located 13 km S of Vouliagméni, Greece.
    10:28 UTC (local time: 13:28; 2020-04-29 @ epicenter)
  • Magnitude 4.5 moderate earthquake in Cuba Region (@ 10 km depth) with epicenter located 40 km SE of Baracoa, Cuba.
    10:22 UTC (local time: 06:22; 2020-04-29 @ epicenter)
  • Magnitude 3.1 weak earthquake in Utah (@ 10 km depth) with epicenter located 21 km SE of Manti, United States.
    09:58 UTC ( local time: 03:58; 2020-04-29 @ epicenter)
  • Magnitude 5.4 moderate earthquake in Argentina (@ 148 km depth) with epicenter located 82 km W of San Antonio de los Cobres, Argentina.
    05:37 UTC (local time: 02:37; 2020-04-29 @ epicenter)
  • Magnitude 3.2 weak earthquake in Puerto Rico (@ 11 km depth) with epicenter located just 2 km SW of Palomas, Puerto Rico.
    02:15 UTC (local time: 22:15; 2020-04-28 @ epicenter)

Recent Flash Floods
  • Flooding in Morocco
    -Seven people watching a football match in Morocco have been killed in a flash flood that swept across the pitch.
    -Heavy rainfall caused the nearby river to swell which flooded the football field in Tizert, in the Taroudant region of Morocco. Click for detail report on Morocco flood

Recent Volcanic Activity
  • No major volcanic activity recorded today.

Recent Tropical Cyclones
  • No new tropical cyclone formed today.

Natural Disaster News

Useful information to read this Recent Natural Disasters List April 29, 2020

This natural disaster list contains daily list of natural disasters around the world. The page is break down into various parts as Major Natural Disasters Today (real time update report on rolling major natural disaster around the world), Recent Earthquakes (only earthquakes which are felt by people), Recent Volcanic Activity (erupting volcanoes), Recent Flash Floods (ongoing flood information), Recent Tropical Cyclones (active cyclones) and Natural Disaster News (facts and news about natural/environmental disasters and hazards on various topics like Tornado, Tsunami, Wildfire, Drought, Hailstorm, Heat Wave, Hurricane, Epidemic, Famine, Lahar, Limnic Eruption, Mudflow, Solar Flare and other disasters).

The major natural disasters and catastrophes are linked to definite page containing update report on that disaster and also provides early disaster emergency notification if available.

The global natural disaster data and natural calamities statistics are collected from different sources like USGS, EMSC, GDACS, EDIS and others.


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