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Welcome to Recent Natural Disasters -Reporting natural disasters news 24 hours a day


Ashish Khanal
Natural Disaster news writer and founder of disaster-report.com

I launched this blog in November 2011. I was much inspired when I started to work with www.earthquake-report.com (the best earthquake reporting website in the world) from May 2011. After six months, I came with my own blog. Idea of natural disaster blog came to my mind mainly because I wanted to deliver what I learned (it was easy being a student of environmental science). I am completed my masters degree in Environment Education and Sustainable Development from Kathmandu University.

Update 2012/07/12: Recent Natural Disasters has been continuously growing because of your co-operation . This  helped to go a step ahead and host its own domain www.recentnaturaldisasters.com. Really grateful to all those people who visited the site from all over the World (190 +) with top five countries as United States, India, United Kingdom, Canada and Philippines. We thank them for visiting the site.

Recent Natural Disasters reports natural disaster news 24 hours a day. A daily list (published everyday) includes details of all (almost) natural disasters occurred worldwide. The major natural disasters are linked to definite page containing update report on that disaster.

Thanks to news reporters (volunteers) from all over the world who helps in gathering and writing natural disaster related news and articles. Special thanks to Bivek Bhattarai (Nepal), Akriti Pahari (USA), Pierre Amuri (DR Congo) and Awadesh Kumar Sinha (India) for their continuous help.
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Magnitude 3.8 earthquake shakes Pokhara, Nepal

Update 10:15 pm
According to the Nepal Seismological Center, an earthquake of magnitude 3.8 has been recorded in Kaski with epicenter in Ghachok.
The tremor was well felt in Pokhara valley.
No preliminary damage or injuries have been reported.
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January 2, 2020: We have received unconfirmed report of earthquake tremor felt in Pokhara, Nepal. Did you feel it?
This news is developing. We will update soon!

Extremely Dangerous Earthquake In Negros - Cebu Region, Philippines

Disaster Report:Very Strong Extremely Dangerous Earthquake Recorded In Philippines (Ayungon) Today. The epicenter is just  8 km E Malusay. Heavy Damage Confirmed.

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Global Natural Disasters Map 2020

Map of Major Natural Disasters 2020
Above is the major natural disasters occurred in 2020 so far. The natural disaster map shows the occurrences of recent natural disasters 2020 including earthquake, floods, tsunami, wildfire, tornado, hurricane etc. The information in the map (google map) is manually entered by Recent Natural Disasters. It includes facts, statistics, photos, videos and links to detail report on particular natural disasters.
Click on the icon above and a message will pop up with data about the particular natural disasters. Use the magnifying glass with the plus sign (+) to zoom in, and the minus sign (-) to zoom out. Do you want this natural disaster map? Just paste HTML below to embed in your website. You can adjust width and height according to your site layout. All global natural disasters of 2018 will be shown automatically once the code is added.
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Taal volcano eruption 2020 prompts evacuation, ashfall reaches Manila

January 12, 2020: The Taal volcano eruption in Philippines has spewed ash and prompted evacuations in nearby communities on Sunday.
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) raised its alert level for Taal Volcano to four out of five. The alert system has five levels with Alert Level 5 meaning a hazardous eruption is in progress.
CNN Philippines reported from its twitter handle (@cnnphilippines) that the ashfall was reported in metro Manila, located about 101 km north of the Taal volcano.
All the flights, both arrival and departures, at Ninoy Aquino International Airport are temporarily suspended.
Two volcanic earthquakes of magnitudes 2.5 and 3.9 were felt in Tagaytay City and Alitagtag, Batangas.
All classes within the provinces of Cavite, Batangas and Rizal has been canceled for Monday, January 13, 2020. due to heavy ashfall. Manila City Mayor Isko Moreno has also ordered the suspension of classes in all levels of public and private schools for tomorrow.
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